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Logistics

A well-functioning logistics infrastructure is a key element of the ORLEN Group's competitive edge.

The Group uses a network of complementary infrastructure components: fuel terminals, on-shore and off-shore handling terminals, a network of product and raw material transmission pipelines, as well as road and railway transport. The ORLEN Group's logistics companies are ORLEN KolTrans Sp. z o.o. and ORLEN Transport S.A. in Poland, and Unipetrol Doprava s.r.o. and Petrotrans s.r.o. in the Czech Republic.

In 2013, the ORLEN Group products were transported by pipelines, railway and road tankers.

Structure of fuel transport in the ORLEN Group in 2013

Unipetrol Group

 Structure of fuel transport in the ORLEN Group in 2013 - Unipetrol Group

In 2013, in the Czech Republic the Group used 1,100 km of pipelines and 12 storage and distribution depots owned by state-owned operator CEPRO, and 2 storage depots leased from third parties.

In 2013, to optimise utilisation of the pipeline network in the Czech Republic, an agreement to connect the Paramo fuel terminal to the CEPRO pipeline network was executed between the Unipetrol Group and CEPRO.

Logistics infrastructure used by the ORLEN Group in the Czech Republic.

 Logistics infrastructure used by the ORLEN Group in the Czech Republic

Mandatory stocks

In accordance with the Czech laws, mandatory stocks of fuel and crude oil are maintained by a dedicated government agency.

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