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Polski Koncern Naftowy Orlen SA is a Poland-based company active in the oil and gas sector. It specializes in the manufacture, distribution, wholesale and retail sale of refined petrochemical products. The Company’s business is divided into three segments: Refining, including refinery products processing and wholesale, oil productions and sale as well as supporting production; Retail segment, including sales at petrol stations; and Petrochemical segment, including production and wholesale of petrochemicals and production and sale of chemicals. Its product portfolio includes fuel and petrochemical products, as well as oil derivatives, such as petrol, heating oil, aviation fuel and plastics. It also produces and distributes electricity and thermal energy. It operates several refineries located in Poland, Lithuania and the Czech Republic and a number of gasoline stations. It operates Kicking Horse Energy Inc and FX Energy Inc.
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Polish state-run refiner PKN Orlen will build a gas, not a coal-fuelled power plant in Ostroleka by 2025, with capex seen at 2.5 billion zlotys ($661.55 million), the company's Chief Executive Daniel Obajtek said on Friday.
The chief executive of Polish regional newspaper publisher Polska Press has quit following its purchase by state-run oil refiner PKN Orlen, a takeover the opposition sees as part of efforts by the ruling party to assert control over the media.
Poland's top oil refiner PKN Orlen said on Wednesday it plans to invest 25 billion zlotys ($6.6 billion) in green energy projects that will help it become climate neutral by 2050.
Poland laid out plans on Tuesday to merge four of its largest energy groups in a move the government hopes will create a major regional player, with the country's largest refiner PKN Orlen taking on the risk of another large deal.
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