MOL Slovakian unit buys 16 Lukoil petrol stations

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Slovnaft, the Slovakian unit of Hungarian oil and gas company MOL, has acquired a 100% stake in Normbenz Slovakia which operates 16 Lukoil petrol stations in the country, MOL said on Wednesday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

The filling stations with national coverage are a good complement to Slovnaft's already existing network of 254 stations, MOL said, adding that the Fresh Corner concept is also planned to be introduced for the stations, with premium gastro products and other services.

The deal is pending regulatory approval by the Slovakian competition authority.

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