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Press release Rompetrol Bulgaria opens new station in Asenovgrad The new site company is presenting the modern HEI Gastro concept

4th December, Rompetrol is opening its newest petrol station in the country. The new station is fully executed within the most modern branding concept of the Group – including quality gastro part in the HEI restaurant. Rompetrol stations are known for quality fuel distribution across the country, but we aim at taking customer experience to the next level.

“Rompetrol Bulgaria has launched in 2017 a strong development program for modernization and expansion of the network. We are growing to give more customers the opportunity to use our high quality fuels and services. The HEI concept is adding more value to our customer offer – we are presenting now much more than quality fuel.” said Mr. Zhanibek Nugertayev, General Manager of Rompetrol Bulgaria EAD.

HEI is the new store-restaurant concept for Rompetrol filling stations, aiming to fulfill shop & gastro needs. Our customers can catch a tasty break in the new HEI restaurant, no matter if they are in hurry or have time to relax.

Rompetrol is progressively rebranding the network in Bulgaria – the process currently covering almost 50% of the fuel stations. The plans for the next years include increasing the number of fuel stations in key cities and locations while rebranding the rest of the sites to offer compelling customer experience.

About Rompetrol Bulgaria EAD

Rompetrol Bulgaria is part of KMG International Group, one of the biggest brands with Romanian roots, placed amongst the true local super-brands in Europe. With around 6,000 employees in 11 countries, KMG International NV is owned by the national oil and gas company of Kazakhstan – KazMunayGas. In Romania, KMG International holds one of the largest and most modern refineries in the Black Sea Region - Petromidia Năvodari, with a refining capacity of 5 million tons of feedstock per year, and also Vega Ploiesti Refinery, producer of special solvents and the country’s sole of N-hexane and Bitum, and also a petrochemical unit, the sole producer of polymers.

The Group’s distribution network comprises of more than 1,000 fuel selling points in Romania, Moldova, Georgia, Bulgaria and also in France and Spain through Dyneff – a partnership with CEFC China Energy Limited 51% / 49%.

Rompetrol Bulgaria EAD has a current network of 54 fuel stations across the country. The company sells to the Bulgarian customers European-standard quality fuels produced at Petromidia refinery – one of the leading refineries in the region. The company is aiming at active development within the next years, including network expansion, constant service quality improvement.