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Grupa Lotos refining and oil products summary

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Report summary

Majority state-owned Grupa LOTOS is Poland's second largest downstream oil player. Its primary asset is the Gdansk refinery on the Baltic Sea coast - a highly competitive facility which is receiving further investment in its upgrading capacity. On the other hand, LOTOS lacks access to the key inland oil product pipeline infrastructure which puts the company at a relative disadvantage in supplying the Polish market relative to its rival PKN Orlen. The surplus is addressed by export sales to other countries and LOTOS is expanding its fuel sales network in Poland.

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Table of contents

    • Aspires to be a leading integrated player in the Baltic Sea region
    • Leveraging the benefits from the refinery investment programme in downstream
    • Enhancing marketing and trading performance is also a key strategic aim
  • Financials
    • Refining & fuels marketing operations
    • Refining
    • Marketing
    • Supply/Demand
    • Implications & Outlook
  • Mergers and acquisitions

Tables and charts

This report includes 9 images and tables including:


  • Clean EBITDA by business segment
  • Planned 2017 - 2022 CAPEX by business segment
  • Portfolio summary: Image 1
  • Service stations by brand/ownership - 2016
  • Service stations ownership structure
  • Total Company Position


  • Executive summary: Table 1
  • Recent European Acquisition/Divestment
  • Refining and oil products: Table 1

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