OMV

OMV entered the Turkish energy market in 2006 as a shareholder of Petrol Ofisi, one of Turkey’s fuel products distribution and lubricants companies. Considering Turkey as a new regional hub, the company operates in fuel products supply & marketing, natural gas & electricity sales and construction & operation of power plants. OMV currently has a workforce of 1.080 employees in Turkey. With group sales of EUR 25.54 billion in 2008 and 41,282 employees, the OMV Aktiengesellschaft is one of the biggest listed industrial companies. What begun in Austria in 1956 as a state owned company has developed into the most successful industrial corporation in Austria and an international flagship. Today OMV is economically stronger than ever before.

Company details

Trabrennstrasse 6-8 , Wien , 1020 Austria

Locations Served

Business Type:
Distributor
Industry Type:
Oil, Gas & Refineries
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Employees:
Over 1000
Turnover:
more than 1,000,000,000 €

Welcome to OMV, an integrated, international oil and gas company

OMV entered the Turkish energy market in 2006 as a shareholder of Petrol Ofisi, one of Turkey’s fuel products distribution and lubricants companies. Considering Turkey as a new regional hub, the company operates in fuel products supply & marketing, natural gas & electricity sales and construction & operation of power plants. OMV currently has a workforce of 1.080 employees in Turkey.
With sales of TRY 20.2 bn in 2012, OMV Petrol Ofisi is the second largest private company of Turkey. The company is Turkey’s leading fuel products distribution and lubricants company with 2.270 filling stations, 1 lubricants plant, 11 fuel and 3 LPG filling terminals, 25 aviation units and over 1.3 million m³ storage capacity.
OMV Gaz ve Enerji Satış (Gas & Power Sales) started supplying natural gas in the scope of the license for natural gas wholesale as of 2012, achieving a delivery of approximately 1000 million m³ natural gas at the end of the year. Additionally OMV conducts LNG (Liquidified Natural Gas) sales operations and aims to grow its business in the natural gas market of Turkey.
OMV’s 890 MW combined cycle power plant in Samsun, meet around 3% of Turkey’s energy need. Becoming one of Turkey’s most efficient power plants, it will generate approximately 6-7 billion kW/h electricity and provide a significant contribution to power supply of the region and the country.