MOLʼs retail sales up 16% in Q1-Q3 in Romania

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Retail sales of fuels and lubricants saw a year-on-year rise of 16% in the first three quarters of the year at the Romanian units of Hungary’s oil and gas company MOL, Hungarian news agency MTI reported today citing an announcement by the company.

During the period, sales this year amounted to 433,000 tons as compared to 373,000 in the first nine months of the previous year, MTI said. Diesel sales grew by 14%, reaching 309,000 tons, while vehicle gas sales were up 17%, at 112,000 tons, MTI added.

MOL’s market share in Romania is approximately 15% with a total of 208 gas stations in the country.

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