PKN Orlen consistently diversifies its oil supply sources. Angola is the second, after Nigeria, Western African country from which PKN Orlen will import oil. Approximately one million barrels will be delivered to Naftoport in Gdańsk as early as in February 2019.
PKN Orlen, Poland’s largest fuel company has signed an annex to the long-term agreement with the Saudi Aramco oil company, increasing oil supplies by 100,000 metric tonnes per month – informed the Polish company. Under the new conditions, the Orlen Group refineries will receive about 300,000 tonnes of oil every […]
St. Helen, a Greek aframax tanker carrying 600 thousand barrels (approximately 80 thousand tonnes) of Domestic Sweet (DSW) crude oil from the US, arrived November 9, 2017, at the Gdańsk oil terminal Naftoport. This is another purchase made by Lotos, but the first ever imported from the US as part of […]
PKN ORLEN has purchased 1 million barrels of Iranian Light oil – the Polish oil company said in the statement released on 14 December 2016. It will be delivered to Naftoport in Gdańsk in January, to be then transported to the PKN ORLEN refinery in Płock. The newly initiated cooperation […]
PKN Orlen will continue to work with Saudi Aramco as a supplier of crude oil to its refineries in Poland, the Czech Republic, and Lithuania – the Polish refiner informs. According to PKN Orlen, the contract has been extended for another year, until December 31st 2017. As we can learn […]
Atlantas and Calida tankers, together transporting 2m barrels (almost 300,000 tonnes) of Iranian crude oil for Grupa Lotos, reached the Nafroport in Gdańsk on Monday morning, August 15 and started to pump the material. The operation was expected to take about 30 hours. Atlantas sailed 12,000 nautical miles, which is […]
On July 28, 2016 a Polish state-owned Nauta shiprepair yard concluded a cooperation agreement with Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL). The agreement provides for newbuildings and repair of ships operated by the IRISL Group. Details of the agreement are to be discussed and clarified in the coming two […]