Shell intends to significantly expand its chain of petrol stations in the Moscow region.
This is what the deputy president of the regional government, Denis Butsaev, told reporters in Krasnogorsk. He emphasized that the expansion would create several hundred jobs in the region.
The regional authorities are already preparing some dozens of land plots for the construction sites of the petrol stations. This announcement was made by Denis Butsaev after a meeting with the Moscow regional governor, Andrey Vorobiev, with the Dutch ambassador, Ron Van Dartel, in the governmental house in Krasnogorsk.
The parties discussed issues of economic cooperation and interaction in scientific and educational areas with representatives from Dutch businesses.
To remind you, Royal Dutch Shell is an Anglo-Dutch oil and gas company, with headquarters in the Hague (the Netherlands).