Shell Adria is expected to take over 39 petrol stations from the Hungarian oil and gas company MOL in October. The petrol stations are expected to offer solutions for sustainable mobility, including electric vehicle charging stations.
Shell’s acquisition of the 39 petrol stations was a condition for MOL to complete the acquisition of OMV Slovenia and its 119 petrol stations. Only in this way could MOL obtain the green light from the European Commission. The Competition Protection Agency approved Shell’s takeover of the mentioned services last week.
The Shell Group currently operates a network of nine petrol stations in Slovenia, of which eight are intended for trucks.
After completing all procedures, Shell will have 48 petrol stations, MOL Slovenia will have 133, and the largest supplier will still be Petrol with 318 stations. There are also some smaller private service providers.