Rosneft starts jet fuel operations in Stuttgart Airport

20 august 2020

Rosneft starts jet fuel operations in Stuttgart Airport

Rosneft Deutschland GmbH, a subsidiary of Rosneft Oil Company, has launched its into‑plane fuelling service in the airport of Stuttgart.

Jet fuel sales in Germany are part of Rosneft’s long‑term development strategy for this business. The Company is consistent in its jet fuel supply expansion across Germany.

Since the start of own marketing transactions in Germany in 2019, Rosneft Deutschland has negotiated a range of contracts for the sale of in-house jet fuel. In particular, an agreement was signed with Aeroflot PJSC for aircraft re-fuelling in the Berlin Schönefeld Airport. Now Rosneft Deutschland re-fuels each third scheduled passenger flight departing from Berlin.

Rosneft Deutschland plans to further boost the production and marketing volumes of jet fuel both in Germany and in the entire Europe.

As a leading supplier of jet fuel on the Russian market, Rosneft is expanding its international network to include airports in Mongolia, Georgia, Germany, China, Spain, and United Arab Emirates.

Note:

Rosneft is the third-largest player on the refining market of Germany. Rosneft is a shareholder in three refineries in Germany, with 54.17% share in the PCK refinery, 24% share in the MiRO refinery, and 28.57% share in the Bayernoil refinery, with total refining capacity in ownership ratios of 12.8 million tonnes per year, which is more than 12% of all refining capacity in Germany. The operations are conducted by the subsidiary of the Company, Rosneft Deutschland GmbH, which was registered in Germany in 2017 and has been operating ever since.

Rosneft Aero is the operator of Rosneft’s aircraft fuelling business in Russia and the CIS countries. Since 2008, the company has been selling aviation fuel, along with providing a full range of services in supplying aviation jet fuel and aircraft refuelling management in the airports.

Rosneft Aero currently provides into-plane refuelling services at 45 Russian and foreign airports, including Sheremetyevo, Vnukovo, and Domodedovo, as well as Berlin and Munich (Germany), Beijing (China), Dubai (UAE), Barcelona (Spain), Tbilisi, Batumi and Kutaisi (Georgia), Ulan Bator (Mongolia), St. Petersburg, Sochi, Krasnodar, Irkutsk, Vladivostok, Anapa, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, etc.