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ORLEN Paliwa wants to build new LPG terminal at sea port in Police using Grupa Azoty Polyolefins’ infrastructure

ORLEN Paliwa, Zarząd Morskiego Portu Police and Grupa Azoty Polyolefins have signed a letter of intent concerning potential construction by ORLEN Paliwa of an LPG terminal on the premises of the sea port in Police. The cooperation would involve use of the wharf currently being built by Grupa Azoty Polyolefins for the Polimery Police project.

28.01.2022
Decision of the Management Board and Supervisory Board on the conclusion of Annex No. 3

Management Board and Supervisory Board of Grupa Azoty Polyolefins S.A. passed resolutions on the conditional conclusion of an annex to the contract with Hyundai Engineering, the General Contractor of the Polimery Police project.

25.01.2022
At the end of 2021, we had reached 83% of the project's advancement

In 2021, we achieved 83.23% material progress in the project. The majority of devices and apparatuses are already on the construction site. Thus, we are almost approaching the end of the supply phase.

21.01.2022
Agreement with CKZiU in Police

On October 29th, Grupa Azoty Polyolefins S.A. concluded an agreement regarding cooperation in the field of education with the Poviat Starosty in Police.

15.11.2021
Grupa Azoty posts solid results despite record-high feedstock costs

Consolidated revenue for the third quarter of 2021 was PLN 3,882m, up PLN 1,466m year on year. EBITDA came in at PLN 300m (up PLN 50m year on year). However, comparable EBITDA adjusted for one-off items comprising sectoral compensation payments and the government anti-crisis shield scheme was PLN 130m higher year on year in the third quarter of 2021. EBITDA margin was 7.7%.

10.11.2021
Grupa Azoty with strategy for 2021–2030 and ‘Green Azoty’ flagship project

The Grupa Azoty 2021–2030 Strategy is a response to challenges posed by the contemporary world, covering environment, society and its safety. The document envisages a number of specific measures driven by the Group’s climate and energy transition policy. The new strategy provides for the launch of the ‘Green Azoty’ project, intended mainly to decarbonise and reduce emissions from the Group’s production units, implement R&D projects that are consistent with the European Green Deal and deploy new solutions in the area of environmentally friendly, zero carbon renewable energy sources, including solar photovoltaics and wind power. In line with the adopted objectives, the total capacity of new renewable energy sources will reach ~300 MW in 2030. The entry into the wind power and SMR segments contemplated by the Group may deliver additional several hundred MW from zero-carbon energy sources.

28.10.2021
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