10.02.2021. / 9:45
LJUBLJANA – PKN Orlen, a Polish oil company that owns oil refineries and retail gasoline, plans to analyze the potential acquisition of 120 petrol stations in Slovenia, which Austrian OMV has put up for sale, Polish media reported.
“We analyze all offers that appear in the region. So we will analyze this one as well“, PKN Orlen board member Patrycja Klarecka told the Polish news agency PAP on Monday.
Last week, OMV announced plans to sell its business in Slovenia as part of a 2 billion-euro asset disposal program aimed at reducing the transfer ratio. Thanks to its limited integration in the downstream oil value chain, the spin-off in Slovenia represents a further step in optimizing OMV’s portfolio, the Austrian company explained.
OMV currently operates petrol stations under the OMV, Eurotruck, Avanti and Diskont brands in Slovenia. Indikator.ba
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