Transport of crude oil

PERN’s crude oil transport infrastructure is a pipeline network divided into three major sections.

The Eastern Section of the ‘Druzhba’ pipeline connects a tank farm in Adamowo, located on the Belarusian border with a depot in Płock. This section reaches the capacity of 50 million tons of crude oil per year.

The Western Section of the ‘Druzhba’ pipeline connects the Depot in Płock with a crude oil tank farm situated in Schwedt. This section of the network supplies crude oil for two German refineries: PCK Raffinerie GmbH Schwedt and TOTAL Raffinerie Mitteldeutschland GmbH in Spergau. The Western Section of the ‘Druzhba’ pipeline reaches the capacity of 27 million tons of crude oil per year.

The Pomeranian pipeline connects the Depot in Płock with the Handling Depot in Gdańsk. This is where Russian crude oil goes through, destined for the Gdańsk refinery, owned by the LOTOS Group S.A., or for export via Naftoport.

The Pomeranian pipeline makes it possible to transport crude oil in two directions. On the Gdańsk-Płock route its capacity is about 30 million tons of crude oil per year and in the reverse mode its capacity reaches about 27 million tons per year.

With the use of the infrastructure PERN S.A. provides crude oil transport services on the following routes:

Adamowo – Płock – Gdańsk
Adamowo – Płock – Heinersdorf (Germany)
Gdańsk – Płock
Gdańsk – Płock – Heinersdorf (Germany)

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