Binder Groesswang has advised Orlen on its acquisition of the Turmoel filling station network in Austria via the acquisition of Doppler Energie. Oberhammer advised Doppler.
The transaction remains contingent on regulatory approval.
Orlen is a Polish energy company. Doppler Energie is a company of the Doppler Group and is the largest independent and private filling station operator in Austria.
According to Binder Groesswang, “the transaction is part of Orlen’s 2030 strategy and enables the company to develop new market segments.”
Doppler Energie operates, according to Binder Groesswang, the “largest private gas station discounter in Austria under the brand names Turmoel, Turmoel-Quick, and Turmstrom operated by Doppler Beteiligungs.” As part of the transaction, Orlen acquired “a filling station network of 266 Turmoel filling stations based throughout Austria.”
The Binder Groesswang team included Partners Thomas Schirmer, Markus Uitz, Emanuel Welten, Ivo Rungg, Horst Lukanec, Johannes Barbist, Stefan Frank, Christian Klausegger, and Christine Dietz, Counsels Alexander Kramer, Hellmut Buchroithner, and Johannes Bammer, Senior Associate Felix Fuith, Attorneys at Law Roswitha Seekirchner, David Roetzer, Anian Gruber, Adrian Zwettler, and Christoph Raab, and Associates Lisa Jost, Florian Hoellebauer, Christopher Marchel, Constantin Foissner, Florian Defrancesco, Philipp Jaud, Magdalena Schachinger, Raphael Dorda, and Stefanie Syrch.
The Oberhammer team included Partner Christian Pindeus, Fritz Ecker, and Christoph Fritsch, Senior Associates Martin Zikeli and Lydia Kerbler, and Attorney at Law Michael Mayr.