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The Eastern European Forecourt Retailing Market Outlook: Forecourt Development, Competition and Growth Strategies Product Image

The Eastern European Forecourt Retailing Market Outlook: Forecourt Development, Competition and Growth Strategies

  • ID: 559358
  • September 2007
  • Region: Europe
  • 125 Pages
  • Scripp Business Insights

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Grupa Lotos
  • Lukoil
  • MOL
  • OMV
  • Petrol Bulgaria
  • Petrol Slovenia
  • MORE

High growth, significant changes in forecourt network ownership, retail development and the influence of hypermarkets are making the Eastern European forecourt retailing market extremely dynamic. Recent M&A activity has also served to open markets to competition that were previously dominated by state run companies. ‘The Eastern European Forecourt Retailing Market Outlook: Forecourt development, competition and growth strategies’ is a new report that provides detailed analysis of the top 10 fuel retailers in Eastern Europe and examines their forecourt networks, retail development and growth strategies.

This report provides a comprehensive overview of the Eastern European forecourt market in terms of fuel volumes, non-fuel sales, site dynamics and M&A across nine leading country markets. Assess future revenue opportunities in the Eastern European forecourt retail market using this report’s analysis of each the key countries and their leading players.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Grupa Lotos
  • Lukoil
  • MOL
  • OMV
  • Petrol Bulgaria
  • Petrol Slovenia
  • MORE

Executive summary
Market dynamics
Market developments by country
Poland
Romania
Czech Republic
Lithuania
Hungary
Bulgaria
Slovenia
Slovakia
Estonia
Top 10 company analysis
PKN Orlen
OMV
Royal Dutch Shell plc (Shell)
Lukoil
Petrom
MOL
Petrol Bulgaria
Grupa Lotos
Petrol Slovenia
Statoil

Chapter 1 Introduction
The aim of this report
Chapter structure

Chapter 2 Market dynamics
Summary
Increasing forecourt numbers
Increased saturation in Eastern European markets
Movement towards less mature markets
Convenience retailing growth in Eastern Europe
Retail opportunities for fuel retailers with food wholesalers
Burgeoning market for unmanned forecourt sites

Chapter 3 Country analysis
Summary
Poland
Company market share
Retail activity
Unmanned sites
Romania
Company market share
Retail activity
Czech Republic
Company market share
Retail activity
Lithuania
Company market share
Retail activity
Unmanned sites
Hungary
Company market share
Retail activity
Bulgaria
Company market share
Retail activity
Slovenia
Company market share
Retail activity
Unmanned sites
Slovakia
Company market share
Retail activity
Estonia
Company market share
Unmanned sites

Chapter 4 Top 10 company analysis
Summary
PKN Orlen
Overview
Eastern European growth
Retail activity
Premium fuels
Unmanned sites
Future outlook
OMV
Overview
Eastern European growth
Retail activity
Unmanned sites
Future outlook
Shell
Overview
European growth
Retail activity
Joint ventures
Fuel cards
Premium fuels
Future outlook
Lukoil
Overview
European growth
Retail activity
Joint ventures
Premium fuels
Unmanned sites
Future outlook
Petrom
Overview
European growth
Retail activity
Premium fuels
Future outlook
MOL
Overview
European growth
Retail activity
Future outlook
Petrol Bulgaria
Overview
European growth
Retail activity
Premium fuels
Future outlook
Grupa Lotos
Overview
European growth
Retail activity
Fuel card promotions
Future outlook
Petrol Slovenia
Overview
European growth
Retail activity
Joint ventures
Fuel cards
Premium fuels
Unmanned sites
Future outlook
Statoil
Overview
European growth
Retail activity
Fuel cards
Premium fuels
Unmanned sites
Appendix

List of Figures
Figure 3.1: Forecourt market value v forecourt sites, 2005
Figure 3.2: Number of forecourt sites, 2006 v non-fuel sales per head (€), 2004
Figure 3.3: People per site, 2005 v fuel value sales per head, 2005
Figure 3.4: Market share (by number of sites), 2006 in Poland
Figure 3.5: Fuel volume shares (m liters), 2005 in Poland
Figure 3.6: Market share (by number of sites), 2006 in Romania
Figure 3.7: Fuel volume shares (m liters), 2005 in Romania
Figure 3.8: Market share (by number of sites), 2006 in Czech Republic
Figure 3.9: Fuel volume shares (m liters), 2005 in Czech Republic
Figure 3.10: Market share (by number of sites), 2006 in Lithuania
Figure 3.11: Fuel volume shares (m liters), 2005 in Lithuania
Figure 3.12: Market share (by number of sites), 2006 in Hungary
Figure 3.13: Fuel volume shares (m liters), 2005 in Hungary
Figure 3.14: Market share (by number of sites), 2006 in Bulgaria
Figure 3.15: Fuel volume shares (m liters), 2005 in Bulgaria
Figure 3.16: Market share (by number of sites), 2006 in Slovenia
Figure 3.17: Fuel volume shares (m liters), 2005 in Slovenia
Figure 3.18: Market share (by number of sites), 2006 in Slovakia
Figure 3.19: Fuel volume shares (m liters), 2005 in Slovakia
Figure 3.20: Market share (by number of sites), 2006 in Estonia
Figure 3.21: Fuel volume shares (m liters), 2005 in Estonia
Figure 4.22: PKN Orlen, geographic spread (by number of sites) in Eastern Europe, 2006
Figure 4.23: PKN Orlen, Eastern European forecourt sites, 2003-2006
Figure 4.24: PKN Orlen, market share/percentage point growth on 2005 (based on no of sites) in Eastern Europe
Figure 4.25: PKN Orlen, forecourt site shop fronts
Figure 4.26: PKN Orlen, retail shop penetration (%), 2003-2006
Figure 4.27: OMV, geographic spread (by number of sites) in Eastern Europe, 2006
Figure 4.28: OMV, Eastern European forecourt sites, 2003-2006
Figure 4.29: OMV, market share/percentage point growth on 2005 (based on no of sites) in Eastern Europe
Figure 4.30: OMV, forecourt site shop fronts
Figure 4.31: Shell, geographic spread (by number of sites) in Eastern Europe, 2006
Figure 4.32: Shell, Eastern European forecourt sites, 2003-2006
Figure 4.33: Shell, market share/percentage point growth on 2005 (based on no of sites) in Eastern Europe
Figure 4.34: Shell, forecourt site shop fronts
Figure 4.35: Lukoil, geographic spread (by number of sites) in Eastern Europe, 2006
Figure 4.36: Lukoil, Eastern European forecourt sites, 2003-2006
Figure 4.37: Lukoil, market share/percentage point growth on 2005 (based on no of sites) in Eastern Europe
Figure 4.38: Lukoil, forecourt site shop fronts
Figure 4.39: Petrom, Eastern European forecourt sites, 2003-2006
Figure 4.40: Petrom, forecourt site shop fronts
Figure 4.41: MOL, geographic spread (by number of sites) in Eastern Europe, 2006
Figure 4.42: MOL, Eastern European forecourt sites, 2003-2006
Figure 4.43: MOL, market share/percentage point growth on 2005 (based on no of sites) in Eastern Europe
Figure 4.44: MOL, forecourt site shop fronts
Figure 4.45: Petrol Bulgaria, Eastern European forecourt sites, 2003-2006
Figure 4.46: Petrol Bulgaria, forecourt site shop front
Figure 4.47: Grupa Lotos, Eastern European forecourt sites, 2003-2006
Figure 4.48: Grupa Lotos, forecourt site shop fronts
Figure 4.49: Petrol Slovenia, Eastern European forecourt sites, 2003-2006
Figure 4.50: Petrol Slovenia, forecourt site shop front
Figure 4.51: Statoil, geographic spread (by number of sites) in Eastern Europe, 2006
Figure 4.52: Statoil, Eastern European forecourt sites, 2003-2006
Figure 4.53: Statoil, market share/percentage point growth on 2005 (based on no of sites) in Eastern Europe
Figure 4.54: Statoil, forecourt site shop fronts

List of Tables
Table 1.1: Market value of selected Eastern European forecourt markets (€m), 2005
Table 1.2: Top 10 leaders (by no of forecourt sites) within Eastern Europe, 2005-2006
Table 2.3: Number of forecourt sites in selected countries in Eastern Europe, 2005-2006
Table 2.4: Unmanned forecourts in a selection of CEE countries, 2005-2006
Table 3.5: Fuel volume (sales) in Eastern Europe by country (liters m), 2004-2005
Table 3.6: Fuel sales value in Eastern Europe by country (€ m), 2004-2005
Table 3.7: Company forecourt sites in Poland, 2005-2006
Table 3.8: Forecourt retail shop penetration in Poland, 2005-2006
Table 3.9: Unmanned sites in Poland, 2005-2006
Table 3.10: Company forecourt sites in Romania, 2005-2006
Table 3.11: Forecourt retail shop penetration in Romania, 2005-2006
Table 3.12: Company forecourt sites in the Czech Republic, 2005-2006
Table 3.13: Forecourt shop penetration in the Czech Republic, 2005-2006
Table 3.14: Company forecourt sites in Lithuania, 2005-2006
Table 3.15: Forecourt retail shop penetration in Lithuania, 2005-2006
Table 3.16: Unmanned sites in Lithuania, 2005-2006
Table 3.17: Company forecourt sites in Hungary, 2005-2006
Table 3.18: Forecourt retail shop penetration in Hungary, 2005-2006
Table 3.19: Company forecourt sites in Bulgaria, 2005-2006
Table 3.20: Forecourt retail shop penetration in Bulgaria, 2005-2006
Table 3.21: Company forecourt sites in Slovenia, 2005-2006
Table 3.22: Forecourt retail shop penetration in Slovenia, 2005-2006
Table 3.23: Unmanned sites in Slovenia, 2005-2006
Table 3.24: Company forecourt sites in Slovakia, 2005-2006
Table 3.25: Forecourt retail shop penetration in Slovakia, 2005-2006
Table 3.26: Company forecourt sites in Estonia, 2005-2006
Table 3.27: Forecourt retail shop penetration in Estonia, 2005-2006
Table 3.28: Unmanned sites in Estonia, 2005-2006
Table 4.29: Top 10 leaders (by number of forecourt sites) within Eastern Europe, 2005-2006
Table 4.30: PKN Orlen (no of sites by country), 2003-2006
Table 4.31: OMV (no of sites by country), 2003-2006
Table 4.32: Shell (no of sites by country), 2003-2006
Table 4.33: Lukoil (no of sites by country), 2003-2006
Table 4.34: Petrom (no of sites by country), 2003-2006
Table 4.35: MOL (no of sites by country), 2003-2006
Table 4.36: Petrol Bulgaria (no of sites by country), 2003-2006
Table 4.37: Grupa Lotos (no of sites by country), 2003-2006
Table 4.38: Petrol Slovenia (no of sites by country), 2003-2006
Table 4.39: Statoil (no of sites by country), 2003-2006
Table 4.40: Statoil (unmanned sites by country), 2003-2006
Table 4.41: Increase of sites in selection of CEE countries, 2005-2006
Table 4.42: Increase of sites in selection of CEE countries, 2005-2006 (cont’d)
Table 4.43: Increase of sites in selection of CEE countries, 2005-2006 (cont’d)

PKN Orlen
OMV
Royal Dutch Shell plc (Shell)
Lukoil
Petrom
MOL
Petrol Bulgaria
Grupa Lotos
Petrol Slovenia
Statoil

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