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June 13, 2021

Former Petrotrans and Oil Terminal Constanta managers arrested for influence trafficking

The former managers of SC Petrotrans, Octavian Natu, and SC Oil Terminal Constanta, Stefan Ene were arrested yesterday in a corruption and influence peddling case that has two more suspects, which caused a loss of EUR 50,000 through a contract for oil residual products. The full list of suspects includes Iulian Octavian Natu, former CEO of SC Petrotrans SA, Stefan Ene, former CEO of SC Oil Terminal Constanta, Mihai Moise, representative of SC NAC Industrii SRL of Bucharest, and Marian Toma, COO of the Bucharest-based company. According to prosecutors, in January 2011 Stefan Ene received from Mihai Moise (the brother of a shareholder of NAC Industrii SRL) some EUR 43,000 to use his influence upon the CEO of SC Oil Terminal SA Constanta and convince him to sign a contract under which his company delivers oil residual products to the Bucharest-based firm, in preferential conditions of price, quantity and rhythmicity. The EUR 43,000 were a first installment (about 80 pc) of the EUR 50,000 agreed with Stefan Ene, with the difference due to be paid at a later moment, according to DNA sources.

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