MOL improves Romanian fuel market share to 11%.

By bne IntelliNews February 16, 2011
The Romanian sales of Hungarian oil company MOL decreased by 2% y/y in terms of volume, but its market share improved to over 11% in 2010, according to the groups annual report available on its site. The slight decline reflected the smaller number of filling stations and the shrinking demand, which also raised the sales per filling station by 3.5%, MOL. The fuel card sales volume continued to be affected by the economic downturn and decreased by 7% y/y in 2010. As at end-2010, MOL Romania operated a network of 126 filling stations.

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