Costinela Dragan, Communications and Sustainability Manager at KMG International, the company which is wholly owned by the Kazakh state-owned KazMunayGas and operates the largest Romanian oil refinery Petromidia and the second largest fuel network in the country, said that Rompetrol is planning to build the first “green” petrol station by 2020.
Dragan said that over the next three years, the company will have a sustainable petrol station where sustainable materials will be used, with the aim to capture CO2, LED lighting and electric cars charging points. The investment will be based on the model of the Spanish Repsol, which is planning to build the world’s first BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) certified petrol station.
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