Cardoil Avantaj collaborates with the most important and known fuel suppliers in Romania and Europe

This allows you to choose one or more preferred vendors, still benefiting from the advantages and personalized services for you.

ROMPETROL - 275 stations

Rompetrol brand is associated with its long history for more than 40 years, initially the company representing the Romanian oil and gas industry at international level, and subsequently developing into an international oil company with business in 12 countries.
The company’s retail network operates under the Rompetrol brand and includes over 1,100 fuel distribution points in Romania, Georgia, Bulgaria, the Republic of Moldova, France and Spain.
In 2007, KazMunaiGaz buys 75% and becomes the majority shareholder, and in 2009 it purchases the rest of the shares. KMG International NV (former Rompetrol NV) is a subsidiary of KazMunayGas (KMG), Kazakhstan’s national oil and gas company, a company with operations in areas such as refining, petrochemistry, retail, trading, exploration, production and industrial services.

LUKOIL - 331 stations

Lukoil is a Russian oil company with over 150,000 employees. LukOil is Russia’s largest petroleum company in terms of oil reserves, production and refining, accounting for about 20% of Russian crude oil production, and globally accounting for about 2% of total world production. The network of petroleum products retail outlets includes 4,076 stations in Russia and other countries, including 1,691 stations in Russia and 2,385 stations in Europe and the US.
With 309 fuel distribution stations, over 3000 employees and over 300 partners and collaborators, LUKOIL Romania is one of the significant players in the market.

MOL - 235 stations

MOL Group is an integrated and independent multinational company based in Budapest, Hungary. It has operations in over 40 countries, around 25,000 employees worldwide and more than 100 years of industry experience.
The company has also a network of over 2,000 gas stations in Central and South-Eastern Europe in 10 countries, of which over 200 in Romania, where it has been operating since 1995. In 2003 it acquired 81 Shell Romania gas stations, and in 2006 the figure 80% of the business was the sale of fuels, while the related services at the MOL gas stations held 20%.
In 2014, MOL acquires 42 new gas stations, from the acquisition of the local Eni gas station network.

GAZPROM - 18 stations

Gazprom Petrol Stations is part of NIS Gazprom Neft, one of the largest vertically integrated energy companies in Southeastern Europe.
The company’s headquarters and production base are in Serbia, which, due to its geographical position, has become an important center of commercial and investment operations in the Balkans.
Gazprom Petrol Stations currently operate in Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 2017, Gazprom has 18 petrol stations in Romania.
Gazprom is an energy company in Russia, the world’s largest natural gas producer, controlled by the Russian state. In November 2007, the company’s capitalization reached $ 302 billion, making it the third-largest in the world, after ExxonMobil and General Electric and the first in Europe.

OMV - 153 stations

Former Österreichische Mineralölverwaltung ÖV, OMV is an integrated international oil and gas company based in Vienna. It carries out both upstream and downstream activities. OMV manufactures and markets oil and gas, innovative energy sources and state-of-the-art petrochemical solutions – in a responsible way.
OMV is the main petroleum and natural gas group in Central Europe and currently has an international network of 4,200 filling stations, 153 of which are available to Romanian customers. The first station was opened in 1999.
In 2004, OMV became the market leader in Central and Eastern Europe by acquiring 51% of the Romanian oil and gas group Petrom, which was the largest acquisition in the history of OMV.

PETROM - 393 station

Petrom S.A. is the largest Romanian oil and gas company with activities in Exploration and Production, Refining and Petrochemicals, Marketing, Natural Gas and Energy fields.

The company is part of the OMV Petrom international group, the largest oil group in South Eastern Europe, with activities in the Exploration and Production, Refining and Marketing, Natural Gas and Energy fields.

The Group exploits proven oil and gas reserves in Romania and Kazakhstan. Petrom Group is present in the Republic of Moldova, Bulgaria and Serbia,
through a network of about 800 stations, operated under two brand names, Petrom and OMV.

UTA - 39.000 stations

The German UTA Group (UNION TANK Eckstein GmbH & Co. KG) is one of Europe’s largest fuel cards and service providers.

Established in 1963 in Kleinostheim / Main, Germany, UTA provides full-service cards for freight and passenger carriers. UTA cards provide cashless fuel remittance and services for over 51,000 accepted affiliate points in 40 European countries, as well as road tolling, car repairs, emergency and towing assistance and many other services for commercial vehicles.

In addition, UTA provides essential services such as VAT refunds and diesel excise duties, through which transport companies optimize their cash flow.

UTA cards have a wide network of acceptance, including in Romania, among other 39 European countries. Among the more than 430 affiliated locations in Romania we find OMV, MOL, Lukoil and Gazprom, as well as many independent gas stations.

UTA has approximately 400 employees and processes over 3 million card transactions each month. With an annual turnover of € 3 billion in 2014, the company is owned 51% by founding families, 34% by the Edenred Group and 15% by Daimler AG.

The UTA cards and services are addressed to both large and medium size fleet operators, for which the cards provide full autonomy in refueling and automotive services throughout Europe, eliminating dependence on a single brand of petrol stations.