The energizing center, place where we meet the customers

Our group Retail division manage gas stations network from Romania and other countries in the region. Rompetrol is the first Romanian brand with an international expansion.

All Rompetrol products and services are based on consumers’ needs and expectations, our main goals being to deliver high quality through innovation and personalization for customer satisfaction.
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  a network of over 1100 points of sales in Europe;

Artboard 15 copy 12  a contemporary shop concept, top quality fuel brand;

Artboard 15 copy 12 the largest LPG distribution network in Romania;

Artboard 15 copy 12 the innovative innovative pay-at-the pump card;

Artboard 15 copy 12 an integrated fleet management system.
The retail segment is offering quality products produced exclusively at Petromidia refinery to customers across 4 countries (Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria and Georgia), being an important economical player in the region.

Our owned network gives the advantage of assuring controlled quality from well to wheel, ensuring an engaging and consistent customer journey.


We proudly operate also the largest network of electric charging points among local fuel distribution networks, constantly implementing new ways of reducing the impact over the environment: solar panels, vapor recovery systems, led illuminating systems for energy saving.

We have continued to consolidate the retail activities in the Black Sea region, but also expanding the range of products and services offered.

Our long-term objective is to develop the network of Rompetrol filling stations. This is an important direction for investments of the Kazakh-Romanian Energy Investment Fund, whose mission is to implement energy projects, contribute positively to the development of the Romanian energy sector and create value to its shareholders, KMG International N.V. and Societatea de Administrare a Participaţiilor în Energie (SAPE).
All the new filling stations will be operated under the Rompetrol brand.
The year 2020 brought a significant change, the spread of the Covid-19 virus affecting in the most unexpected ways the social, economic and geopolitical context.

The downstream segment (fuel production and distribution) was affected by limited travel, still our gas stations remained opened and offered the products and fuels necessary in such a challenging context. Our colleagues in Romania, Moldova and Georgia were involved in supporting the authorities' fight against the virus, by donating fuel to local authorities, hospitals, emergency services. 

Our main objective is to take care of our employees and customers, but also to continue our investments, creating new jobs and new sources of financing for local and central budgets.

Rompetrol in Romania

Premium stations, adapted services and certified quality fuels
The development of the distribution network is a priority in our business objectives. In the context of the pandemic, we introduced new services in the gas stations, specific to customer needs and in line with the measures adopted by the authorities.
In 2020, we have launched a new design for some of our Rompetrol stations, characterized by the alignment of external construction elements to current trends and an optimization of the production space for gastro products.
"In 2020, we have launched a new design for some of our Rompetrol stations, characterized by the alignment of external construction elements to current trends and an optimization of the production space for gastro products" , 
Iskander Abdibaitov, Chief Officer Corporate Development
 
The concept was developed internally and our station in Bucharest – Sisesti became the laboratory for testing and observing customers, their feedback and suggestions.

The structural and visual elements of the canopy and the store have a minimalist format and highlight the HEI brand, thus announcing an accentuated focus on the development of the range of fresh products prepared in the station.

The new visual communication elements, the digital displays and the technologies used are of the latest generation and represent Rompetrol’s signature of striving to meet customer needs.
The new design of the stations will be implemented only in future locations, based on complex analysis.
 
Over the years, Rompetrol established partnerships with independent filling stations all over the country to develop the Rompetrol Partner network. 

Due to the investment in the retail visual identity and in equipment, these filling stations operate according to Rompetrol standards and deliver only fuels produced by the Petromidia refinery.
To cover rural areas, the company first designed Expres mobile stations and then the Fill&Go Fixed Unit concept, tanks of 9 cbm and 20 cbm installed on the premises of car-fleet owning companies.

Rompetrol Downstream coordinates the activity of 6 warehouses located strategically in Arad, Craiova, Mogosoaia, Simleu Silvaniei, Vatra Dornei and Zarnesti, ensuring the fuel distribution flow countrywide.

Rompetrol Downstream, the Group distribution company in Romania, operates over 1063 retail distribution points including Rompetrol filling stations, Rompetrol Partner stations, Expres mobile stations and 9 and 20 cubic meters Fill&Go Fixed Units.

The fuel stations include also 143 hei restaurants and shops designed in line with the retail concept.


The largest LPG retail network in Romania and one of the biggest exporters

Rompetrol operates 285 LPG stations in Romania (179 by Rompetrol Gas), 6,000 gas cylinder distribution stations, and 3 filling stations in Pantelimon (LPG production), Arad and Bacău (Gas cylinders and LPG production) with a total capacity of 60,000 tons per year.

The main products of Rompetrol Gas are Cylinders, Auto LPG and Propane.

The LPG produced at  Petromidia is distributed on the Romanian market and neighboring countries, Bulgaria, Serbia, Moldova and other Balkan countries.

Rompetrol Moldova and Rompetrol Bulgaria operate 129 LPG stations.


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Rompetrol in the Black Sea region

Rompetrol brand started the regional journey in 2002 by entering on the Bulgarian and Moldovan markets. From initial wholesale distribution, the company developed the retail distribution supplying the fuels from the Petromidia refinery.

In 2005, the Rompetrol brand began the development plans in Georgia.

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The quality of fuels, the security of stocks supply and also the innovative services consolidated the brand over the years, Rompetrol being perceived as a quality European brand.

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Our local subsidiaries are also reliable companies, contributing to the local budgets and being a valuable employer in each country.

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During the pandemic, all our retail companies have provided fuels and support for the local authorities to help communities where we operate.

Rompetrol Georgia

Rompetrol Georgia is well known on the market as a high-quality fuel distributor and one of the leading fuel companies, providing Euro 5 products from Petromidia refinery.

The company coordinates a network of 85 filling stations and 2 fuel depots. The achievements of the network are based on the quality of the fuels and services introduced by Rompetrol Georgia on the local market in 2013: Efix S, a Euro 5 premium fuel and the Fill & Go pay-at-the-pump system, an innovative solution on the local market. 

Apart from the fuel network, the company carries out wholesale activities through the depot in Batumi port (28,500 cbm), as well as through the Tbilisi depot which has been completely modernized, increasing the storage capacity from 6,500 to 10,000 tons.

Rompetrol Moldova

Rompetrol Moldova operates a network of 95 stations with 73 affiliated shops and two fuel depots, one located in Chisinau.

All fuels sold in the stations are imported exclusively from Petromidia. Rompetrol Moldova has the largest coverage in the city of Chisinau, with half of the total stations located in the capital, being the leader in this area compared to other major players on the petroleum products market in the Republic of Moldova.

In addition to these distribution stations, the company also owns four dedicated LPG filling stations in the north of Moldova, with the warehouse located in Tarnova village, in Donduseni. Rompetrol Moldova is an important local employer,  with  over 1,000 jobs provided. It is also one of the largest importers of fuel in Moldova, with a share of 49.3% in the local fuel market.

Rompetrol Bulgaria

Rompetrol Bulgaria EAD has a current network of 58 fuel stations and one fuel depot.

The subsidiary operates a 5,800 cu.m. storage facility in Ruse, along the Danube river, which uses the latest technologies in the field of oil product management and environmental protection.

A Biodiesel Blending unit was installed within the company depot in Ruse. The purpose of this installation is to blend the diesel with bio components locally. The rail, naval and road loading facilities of the terminal ensure smooth wholesale operations throughout the Bulgarian market.