The first new compact filling station of the Rosneft-operated BP network has been opened on the Federal Highway M5 Moscow-Ryazan.
The new style’s main features are its small size and extended range of cafe products.
The compact filling stations are a promising area of development of the BP network in Russia. New stations are designed for lively highways, comfortable for residents of big cities, and easier to be fitted into the dense urban real-estate development. In the coming three years, the network is intended to expand with the new-style stations – first of all, in big cities, such as Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Samara, and in the Russian South. Also, the BP network development will include targeted construction of multi-purpose highway filling stations.
Round-the-clock Wild Bean Café serves not only snacks for the road but also full-scale breakfast and lunch. The menu respects varying tastes of the customers – there are options for those in a hurry to get their order as soon as possible and for those who want to have a full meal and peacefully rest in the nice environment.
Note for Editors:
BP Retail Network amounts to 122 multi-purpose filling stations in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Tver, Smolensk, Pskov, and Veliky Novgorod. Rosneft owns and runs the BP Retail Network in Russia using BP trademarks under a licence from BP PLC.
In addition to the top-quality fuels, the BP multi-purpose filling stations offer a wide range of goods in 24h BP Connect stores and various food options at Wild Bean Café known for its magnificent coffee and fresh pastries. A part of the BP multi-purpose filling stations is equipped with a car-wash service, flower and lenses machines, and a dry cleaning point. There are ATMs and free-standing payment terminals at every station.
December 18, 2018