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Poland's PKN expects clean Russian oil in Plock refinery within days

June 11/2019

MOSCOW (MRC) -- Polands biggest oil refiner, state-run PKN Orlen, expects clean oil from Russia to reach its refinery in Plock within days, reported Reuters with referrence to the company's statement.

Polish pipeline operator PERN confirmed that clean oil supplies from Russia had been partially restored on Sunday morning after Russias oil export flows to Europe were disrupted in April due to contamination.

PKN Orlen also said that the suspension of Russian oil supplies had no impact on the refinerys output.

As MRC wrote before, in early June 2019, the Czech oil refinery at Litvinov, owned by PKN Orlen unit Unipetrol,  started receiving oil from state emergency reserves due to halt in Russian supplies via the Druzhba pipeline.

PKN Orlen is a major Polish oil refiner and petrol retailer. The company is a significant European publicly traded firm with major operations in Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, and the Baltic States. It currently (2015) ranks 353, with a revenue of over USD33.8 billion.
Author:Margaret Volkova
Tags:crude and gaz condensate, petrochemistry, PKN Orlen, Unipetrol, Poland, Russia, Czech Republic.
Category:General News
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