• Accurate system for accounting of customer fill-ups
  • Protection against unauthorized access
  • Easy to use
  • Long service life

Moreover, favourable pricing terms are proposed for organizations that use Gazprom Neft fuel cards to pay for oil products and liquefied hydrocarbon gas: the price of oil products will be equal to the filling station retail price at the moment of filling-up minus a discount, which depends on the amount of fuel that was actually purchased at the filling station during the previous period. An automated cashless payment system enables the application of an individual approach to each customer and selection of a convenient payment arrangement:

Electronic Wallet (EW)

Work in electronic wallet mode is a standard arrangement when a certain amount of money is placed on a customer’s card (or several cards) according to a Requisition for Preparation, Issue and Modification of Fuel Cards (Appendix No. … to the oil product purchase contract). During servicing at Sales Outlets, the Commodity cost is deducted from the balance of the rouble wallet of the card in line with the filling station price. A customer may be served if there is a plus balance on the card wallet. The wallet of the card can be replenished using the following methods: 1. Card replenishment directly at the Seller’s office within the limits of the balance of the customer’s rouble account; 2. Deferred replenishment: a record is made about the transfer of funds from the customer’s account to his/her card in accordance with a Requisition for Preparation, Issue and Modification of Fuel Cards (Appendix No. … to the oil product purchase contract). During the next collection, this record is passed to the terminals located at the Seller's filling station (in accordance with Appendix No. … to the oil product purchase contract). The customer’s card is automatically replenished when it is exhibited at the terminal for the first time.

Limit Arrangement (LA)

A limit determining a permitted amount of Commodity consumption over a specified period (day or month) is placed on a customer’s card in accordance with the Requisition for Preparation, Issue and Modification of Fuel Cards (Appendix No. … to the oil product purchase contract). The cost of services is deducted from the customer’s rouble account at the moment of processing the service transaction, received during collection from the terminal. The Commodity cost is determined according to a terminal tariff at the moment of service. Customer’s cards are locked when a certain critical value, Signal Threshold (calculated based on the limits of all a customer’s cards), is achieved. A specific feature of this arrangement is that “access” to fuel (i.e. to the corporate account of the organization) is granted for each card.