Service station networks
Artelia manages investment programmes and maintenance activities (new buildings, demolition and reconstruction, major modifications, roll out such as rebranding, tank replacement, preventive and corrective maintenance programmes, etc.) for distribution networks in a large number of countries throughout the world on behalf of international oil companies (Shell, ExxonMobil, Total, etc.), providing services from feasibility studies through to commissioning and maintenance.
Our teams manage purchasing at both international and local levels, keep accounts of investments, and develop technical standards and quality/HSE procedures.
Artelia also conducts site audits and remediation programmes and designs on-site renewable energy production installations.
In rolling out this new format at its 500 service stations across the UK, Shell intends to offer drivers a range of high-quality food on the go.
Modernisation program of shop buildings for the largest network of service stations in Czech Republic.
Certas Energy, an affiliate of DCC Energy, acquired the Esso retail network in France in 2015.
The existing Esso network includes:
- 274 Esso-branded unmanned forecourts,
- 48 Esso-branded motorway concessions.
In 2012, Eni signed the first contract with Artelia for Engineering Design and Construction management (new buildings, demolition and re-builds, major modifications, renovations, compliance up-grades) of its wide service stations network spread all over Italy.
Artelia has become ExxonMobil’s partner of choice for its network of fuel retail outlets. Since 2001, our teams have been helping this leading oil company to adapt to the profound changes taking place in the fuel distribution sector.
Out-sourcing of CAPEX investments (new builds, demolition & re-build and major modifications, renovation, compliance up-grades) on the service station network in 9 countries across Europe, Mid