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AI-92 42.19

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AI-95 45.95

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AI-98 51.74

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TATNEFT filling stations chain has come to Uzbekistan

TATNEFT filling stations chain has come to Uzbekistan TATNEFT filling stations chain has come to Uzbekistan

TATNEFT expanded the list of the Company’s presence regions by opening filling stations in the Republic of Uzbekistan.

The opening ceremony of the TATNEFT’s filling station took place in the Urtachirchik district of the Tashkent region with participation of O.Rustamov, 1st Deputy of the Tashkent Region, N. Maganov, Gen. Director of TATNEFT, and G. Dynnikov, Sales Representative of Russia in Uzbekistan, B.Sidikov, Chairman of the Board of Uzbekneftegaz, R. Shakirov, Representative of Tatarstan in the Uzbekistan.

Addressing the participants of the event, Nail Maganov pointed out that the good partnership between Russia and Uzbekistan was aimed at the mutual strengthening of the scientific, technical, industrial and production potential.

There are many touch points between TATNEFT Company and Uzbekistan in geological exploration, fields development, tire manufacturing business. There are opportunities for cooperation in the field of training and other areas.

The 1st TATNEFT’s multi-fuel filling station has been launched in the Tashkent region. The plans for the future provide for expanding the retail network of TATNEFT Company, which will supply the region with fuel from the leading refineries of Russia, including high-quality gasoline from the TANECO refinery complex.

The filling stations plan to sell gasoline grades AI-95, AI-92 and diesel fuel produced by TANECO, gasoline AI-80 produced by the Uzbek refineries, as well as methane. It is possible to purchase oil products at filling stations both paying cash and using banking and fuel cards of TATNEFT.

Currently, TATNEFT operates over 600 filling stations in Russia. Each of them offers a high level of service and additional services for the convenience of customers. Similar filling stations will now operate in Uzbekistan.