PKN Orlen will expand the capacity of its fuel depots by approx. 100,000. m3 in two years, CEO Daniel Obajtek announced.
“We want to expand fuel bases by approx. 100,000 in two years. m3, especially those located at product pipelines and at the eastern border,” Obajtek told reporters.
As he emphasized, PKN Orlen has already allocated about PLN 500 million for the first stage of the extension of the terminal in Trzebinia to 44,000. m3, and by the end of the year will allocate another PLN 200 million for the second stage of expansion, which will increase the terminal’s capacity to 66,000 m3.
Orlen informed that it is carrying out a number of investments at the terminal, the implementation of which will last until the end of this year; the value of the works performed will exceed PLN 200 million. Among the investments that will be finalized in the coming months are: modernization of existing storage tanks, construction of two new above-ground tanks, each with a capacity of 10,000 m3 m3, as well as the modernization and expansion of the technological infrastructure at the terminal, it was announced.
The PKN Orlen Group manages refineries in Poland, the Czech Republic and Lithuania, conducts retail operations in Central Europe, mining operations in Poland, Norway, Canada and Pakistan, as well as energy production, including renewable energy sources, and natural gas distribution. As part of building a multi-energy concern, the company finalized the acquisitions of Energa, Grupa Lotos and PGNiG. Its consolidated sales revenues reached PLN 131.5 billion in 2021. The company has been listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange since 1999.