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Hydro (fuel station)

TypeFuel station
Area servedSweden
No. of locations500

Hydro is chain of fuel stations throughout Sweden owned by StatoilHydro. The chain has more than 500 station, as well as some unmanned Uno-X stations. The company also retails natural gas, electricity and heating oil.


The Hydro chain was created in the late 1980s when Norsk Hydro bought the Mobil stations in Norway, Sweden and Denmark to transform itself to an integrated petroleum company. The stations were rebranded Hydro in all three countries. In 1995 the Norwegian and Danish stations were converted to Hydro Texaco when Hydro merged its stations in the two countries with Texaco's stations. In 2007 the ownership of Hydro was transferred to StatoilHydro when Norsk Hydro's oil and gas division merged with Statoil. StatoilHydro also owns the Statoil and 1-2-3 fuel stations in Sweden.

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