Polish fuel group PKN Orlen has announced that Slovak Orlen Group facilities with non-fuel sales and self-service stations will be extended by Stop Cafe points in 2020.
Poland's leading fuel company PKN Orlen will start constructing its first hydrogen filling stations by 2021, company board member Jozef Wegrecki told PAP on Friday.
Unipetrol, the Czech subsidiary of Poland's fuel group PKN Orlen, has officially opened its first fuel service station in Slovakia under the Benzina brand.
F1 ace tells fans he is “ready” as Orlen boss says two-year sponsorship deal “makes business sense and will have business effects.”
Dominant Polish fuel firm PKN Orlen is entering the retail market in Slovakia where the company will open fuel service stations under the Benzina brand, the firm announced in a press statement.
Poland treats the issue of electromobility very seriously and is ready to invest at least EUR 3 bln to this purpose over the next ten years, PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Twitter on Monday.
Poland's fuel concern PKN Orlen has decided to earmark PLN 8.3 billion (EUR 1.94 billion) for the development of its petrochemical segment to the year 2023, the company announced on Tuesday.