We accompany you on every journey
We operate the biggest network of fuel stations in Central Europe. You can come across our stations in Poland, Germany, Czechia, Slovakia and Lithuania. We provide top-quality fuels, expand the network of fast EV-chargers and develop hydrogen technologies. Whatever you need, can be found at our stations.
Every step you take
The contemporary world could not have existed without modern synthetics. Our petrochemical products can be applied in nearly all areas of daily life: from electronics, through packaging to textiles. We aim to expand their life cycle, so they could be more environmentally-friendly and meet emerging demands. Having in mind our common future, we invest in recycling technologies and modern biomaterials.
Towards clean energy
We create fair, sustainable future. Right now our hydro, onshore wind and solar plants deliver clean energy to millions of households and companies. Soon, our first offshore wind farm at the Baltic Sea will start operating.
We care for the world we live in
We aim to be a leader of fair and sustainable energy transition in Central Europe. We are aware that such goal can be achieved only in partnership with our stakeholders. For this reason, in each and every area of our activity, we are driven by keen concern and accountability for your employees, neighbours, clients, co-operators and suppliers. Our efforts have been recognized in longstanding, acclaimed Ethisphere Institute’s „The Most Ethical Company” and “Top Employer Polska” rankings.
We create one of the strongest enterprises in the region
in Poland, Czechia and Lithuania
>30 million tonnes
of crude oil annual throughput
0,3 million tonnes
of biofuel products
petrochemical products marketed
to over 60 countries
share of specialty products
in the portfolio
Installed capacity, including
0,7 GW in RES and 1,1 GW
in gas-fired sources
of power lines
>3000 fuel stations across 5 markets
Over 15 million
customers of fuel stations in the region
of 2P reserves in Canada, Poland, Norway and Lithuania
of average hydrocarbon production