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Noerr and CMS Advise on Normeston Group's Sale of Lukoil Service Stations to MOL

Noerr and CMS Advise on Normeston Group's Sale of Lukoil Service Stations to MOL

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Noerr has advised the Normeston Group on the sale of 79 Lukoil-branded service stations in Hungary to MOL, the country's largest oil and gas company. CMS advised MOL on the acquisition.

The 79 service stations were simultaneously traded by MOL to PKN Orlen, as part of a broader asset swap between the two, following Orlen's planned merger with Grupa Lotos.

Noerr's team was led by Counsels Akos Bajorfi and Akos Mates-Lanyi.

CMS' team included Partners Lukasz Szatkowski, Blazej Zagorski, Rafal Zwierz, Piotr Ciolkowski, Malgorzata Urbanska, Agnieszka Skorupinska, and Eva Talmacsi, Prague and Bratislava Managing Partner Helen Rodwell, Senior Associates Rafal Burda, Piotr Prawda, Magdalena Zmyslowska, Grzegorz Paczek, Adam Kedziora, Jagoda Nowakowska, Eliska Copland, Krzysztof Sikora, Wojciech Szopinski, and Maciej Olejnik, and Associates Szymon Klimkowski, Anis Ben Amer, Pawel Ura, Michal Tutaj, Mateusz Mazur, Patrycja Styczynska, and Moritz Kopka.

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