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In 2011, ORLEN Group used own and leased pipelines of the total length of over 2,000 km to transport raw materials and products in Poland, the Czech Republic and Lithuania.

Poland

In logistics operations in 2011, the Company used 379 km of its own pipelines and 570 km of product pipelines belonging to a state-owned operator, PERN “Przyjaźń”.

At the beginning of 2011 the Company opened a new section of the 105 km-long Ostrów Wielkopolski – Wrocław pipeline for transfer of fuel products.

In 2011, liquid fuel (petrol, diesel, Ekoterm, Jet A-1) was shipped from Płock in the following proportions:

  • Via pipelines – 70%,
  • Via rail – 22°,
  • Via road tankers – 8%.

Logistics infrastructure used by ORLEN Group in Poland

Logistics infrastructure used by ORLEN Group in Poland

The Czech Republic

In 2011, like in previous years, Unipetrol Group used 1,100 km of pipelines belonging to the state-owned operator, CEPRO. Raw material was transported via Druzhba and IKL pipelines, operated in the Czech Republic by a state-owned enterprise – MERO. The length of Druzhba and IKL on the territory of the Czech Republic is 357 km and 169 km, respectively.

Logistics infrastructure used by ORLEN Group in the Czech Republic

Logistics infrastructure used by ORLEN Group in the Czech Republic

Lithuania

The “Friendship” pipeline, which used to deliver crude oil to the refinery in Mažeikiai until 2006, still remains closed. The Samara – Ventspils product pipeline section owned by ORLEN Lietuva goes through the territory of Lithuania. In 2011, about 5.7 mln tonnes of diesel oil from Russia was transported by transit to Ventspils in Latvia.

Logistics infrastructure used by ORLEN Group in Lithuania

Logistics infrastructure used by ORLEN Group in Lithuania


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