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NNK does not recognize charges of discrimination against independent gas stations in Kamchatka
An independent oil and gas company (NOC) rejected the FAS accusations in the Kamchatka Territory of discrimination in the fuel market and stated that it sets the same prices for its own and independent gas stations in the region.
According to TASS representative of the company, using unfair competition methods for quick and speculative personal enrichment, some private owners of gas stations in Kamchatka began to unreasonably file complaints against the NOC group of companies. In response to these allegations, the company said that the procurement prices for fuel for gas stations of the NOC and third-party gas stations are the same.
According to the representative of NOC, the company has not raised the retail prices for motor fuels in all regions of its presence for more than six months. According to NNK, the owners of some private gas stations use the rush demand against the background of the current shortage of petroleum products in the Far Eastern Federal District and specifically shape the market conditions for an unreasonable overvaluation of prices at their own gas stations.
Previously, the Office of the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia in the Kamchatka Territory filed a case against NNK. She is accused of discriminating against independent gas stations.