SOCAR opens new gas station in Ukraine

SOCAR opens new gas station in Ukraine

10:27 AM, 3rd April 2013
SOCAR opens new gas station in Ukraine

BAKU, AZERBAIJAN/LVIV, UKRAINE: The State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic (SOCAR) has commissioned eighth gas station in Lviv, western Ukraine. This unique filling station with fuel-dispensing unit is designed to quickly serve a large number of customers. The unit allows refuel 4 cars (2 on each side of the unit at the same time). SOCAR Ukraine plans to increase the number of gas stations in Ukraine under SOCAR brand to 100 units in 2013.

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