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Lotos Says PGNiG Unit Becomes Exclusive Recipient Of Gas Produced By Lotos In Norway
Grupa Lotos Says PKN Orlen Completes Company's Due Diligence
Grupa Lotos Q2 Net Profit Down At 500.5 Mln Zlotys
Grupa Lotos SA is a Poland-based company active in the energy sector. The Company’s business consists of the extraction and processing of crude oil, as well as wholesale and retail sale of petroleum products. The Company produces and markets such products as unleaded gasoline, diesel oil, diesel oil for heating purposes, aviation fuel and heavy fuel oil. It also specializes in the production and sale of lubricant oils and bitumens. Through Lotos Petrobaltic SA and Lotos Exploration and Production Norge AS, Grupa Lotos SA is engaged in the exploration and production of crude oil from the Baltic Sea and the Norwegian Continental Shelf. The Company has also access to onshore hydrocarbon deposits in Lithuania through its subsidiary AB Lotos Geonafta. The Company’s major shareholder is the Polish State. In April 2014, it announced liquidation of wholly owned subsidiary, LOTOS Park Technologiczny Sp. z o.o.
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Mateusz Aleksander Bonca
Chairman of the Management Board
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Zofia Maria Paryla
Vice Chairperson of the Management Board for Finance
Vice Chairman of the Management Board for Investment and Innovation
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A planned merger between Poland's PKN Orlen and Grupa Lotos is beneficiary for both companies, Marcin Jastrzebski, the chief executive officer of Lotos said on Wednesday.
Chief Executive Officer of Poland's Grupa Lotos, Marcin Jastrzebski, said on Wednesday that the firm wants to pay dividend on 2017 results.
Poland's government plans to merge the country's two biggest refiners, PKN Orlen and Grupa Lotos, in a bid to create a bigger player capable of competing on international markets, PKN said on Tuesday.
Poland's government plans to merge the country's two biggest refiners PKN Orlen and Grupa Lotos in a bid to create a bigger player capable of competing on international markets, PKN said on Tuesday.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Thursday:
Poland's second biggest oil refiner Lotos wants to buy local petrol stations and foreign oil deposits to strengthen its position in the market, its CEO said on Thursday, adding the plans could hit its dividend payout.
Poland's second-largest refiner Grupa Lotos SA is considering taking over a number of petrol stations in Poland and acquisitions of foreign upstream assets, the firm's Chief Executive Officer Marcin Jastrzebski said on Thursday.
* Attention turns local, after lift from French election * PZU upgrade, Lotos earnings reverse fall of Warsaw stock index * Prospect of low interest rates, margins weigh on OTP Bank shares (Adds renewed rise of Polish stocks) By Sandor Peto BUDAPEST, April 26 (Reuters) -...
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