The prices of petrol and diesel have risen once again above the PLN 6 (EUR 1.24) per litre mark despite reduced taxes as the war in Ukraine pushes oil prices well over USD 110 a barrel and the Polish zloty takes a nosedive.
The prices of petrol and diesel are yet again getting close to the PLN 6 (EUR 1.26) per litre mark despite reduced taxes as the war in Ukraine pushes oil prices well above USD 100 a barrel and the Polish zloty takes a nosedive.
Czechs are piling across the border to buy cheap food and petrol in Poland following VAT cuts on fuel and its elimination entirely on some food products, Czech media have reported.
The prices of diesel and petrol could fall to PLN 5 (EUR 1.10) per litre thanks to the government's decision to temporarily cut VAT on fuels by two-thirds, the head of Poland's biggest fuel company PKN Orlen has said.
By the end of the year, PKN Orlen will have 14 petrol stations in Germany under the Orlen brand, the company's CEO has announced.
Orlen Group, a Polish petroleum giant, closed the second quarter of the year with a record LIFO-based EBITDA of PLN 3.2 billion (EUR 700 million), said Orlen CEO Daniel Obajtek on Thursday.
Polish fuel leader PKN Orlen maintained the number of petrol stations it operates across Poland at 1,798 at the end of the third quarter of 2020, slightly down from 1,800 at end-2019, the Polish Organisation of Oil Industry and Trade (POPiHN) has reported.
Poland's largest oil concern, PKN Orlen, has opened a petrol station in Dunajska Streda in southern Slovakia, the first such facility built by the Orlen Group in this country.
In the second half of 2020, PKN Orlen, Poland's biggest petroleum company, will open Orlen China, in that country, announced PKN Orlen in a press statement.
The extraordinary scene was captured on mobile phone at a petrol station in the town of Garwolin, southeast of Warsaw on Monday.