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Statoil seeks to consolidate its position on Lithuania’s unmanned gas station market

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Lietuva Statoil, the petroleum products trader operating a chain of 75 gas stations in Lithuania, has invested more than 7 million litas (EUR 2m) in the expansion and upgrade of its unmanned gas stations this year as it seeks to consolidate its position in the market.

“We want to provide consumers with a possibility to choose between self-service and full-service gas stations. With this measure, we also hope to attract more price-sensitive consumers and those who are in a hurry,” Lietuva Statoil CEO Giedrius Bandzevičius said at a news conference on Tuesday.

The company had invested more than 7 million litas in the upgrade and expansion of its unmanned gas station chain Statoil 1-2-3 this year, Skirmantas Maciukas, director of gas stations chain at Lietuva Statoil, said.

Lietuva Statoil currently runs 13 unmanned gas stations called Statoil 1-2-3.

Neste Lietuva runs Lithuania’s largest chain of unmanned gas stations, which includes 57 outlets.

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