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“Ukrnafta” plans to open about 100 new stores at its filling stations

10 February , 2023  

PJSC Ukrnafta plans to equip and open about 100 new stores at its filling stations in 2023, the company said in a press release Thursday.
“Among the team’s goals for this year is to equip about 100 new stores at stations and increase the share of non-fuel sales,” the document said.
Ukrnafta said one such store is located at the company’s upgraded station in Kalush, 8a Yevshana St., which was opened by the company.
“At the modernized station expanded the range of services and began work store. Among the assortment: drinks, snacks, accessories for drivers,” – informed in PAO.
The complex is also equipped with an additional generator, a coffee machine and an Internet access point – if necessary, it can operate as an indestructible point.
As we earlier reported, on November 5, 2022, the Supreme Commanders Headquarters decided to confiscate Ukrnafta shares (excluding the controlling interest in Naftohaz Ukrainy) as state property during the martial law period. Before the seizure, the structures of Ihor Kolomoyskyy and Hennadiy Boholyubov owned about 42% of Ukrnafta shares.
“Ukrnafta owns 85 special permits for production of hydrocarbons. On its balance sheet there are 1791 oil and 147 gas wells. The company owns 537 gas stations, of which 449 were operational at the end of December 2022. The rest were either damaged as a result of military operations or were located in the temporarily occupied territories.