Ropa naftowa w gospodarce światowej – znaczenie dla Polski. Popyt i ceny jako wyzwanie przyszłości przemysłu naftowego
Oil in the World Economy – Importance to Poland. Demand and Prices as a Challenge for the Future of the Oil Sector
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In his article, the author presents problems related to the functioning of the oil production sector in the world and in Poland. He also discusses the prospects of national entities of the sector. The two companies – Orlen and Lotos – have modern processing plants at their disposal thanks to which they can have products which allow for obtaining an optimal model margin. The capacity of the refinery in Płock, which is owned by Orlen, stands at over 16 million tons of oil annually. In the case of Lotos, the refinery in Gdańsk can process about 10 million tons of oil a year. The two refineries are favourably located which allows for obtaining raw material through two independent channels – Russian oil through the “Przyjaźń” pipeline, and various types of oil transported by sea by Naftoport and the system of pipelines managed by the PERN company.
- Łapiński K., M. Peterlik, B. Wyżnikiewicz. 2015. Szara strefa w polskiej gospodarce w 2015 r. Warszawa: IBnGR
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