Lukoil Baltija

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Lukoil Baltija
Industry Petrol stations
Founded November 12, 1992 (1992-11-12)
Headquarters Užubaliai, Lithuania
Area served
Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Finland
Revenue 724.05 .mil EUR [1]
Parent Lukoil

Lukoil Baltija is a chain of petrol stations in the Baltic states owned by Russia-based Lukoil.

In 2012, Lukoil Baltija was listed as the 4th largest company in Lithuania by annual revenue.[1]

In 2015, Lukoil signed a deal to sell its 37 stations in Estonia to Aqua Marina, a subsidiary of Olerex.[2] In late 2015 and early 2016, Lukoil announced that its 230 stations are being sold in Latvia, Lithuania and Poland to Austria-based AMIC Energy Management.[3]


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