2 ORLEN GAZ - LPG market leader ORLEN GAZ is part of the PKN ORLEN Group and the largest company operating on the Polish liquid gas market. The company has 15 years of experience.It specializes in selling and distributing products of the highest quality: propane, butane and propane-butane mixture. Special certificates of conformity show that the quality of all ORLEN GAZ products is in accordance with the requirements of the Polish PN C standard and the European Standard EN 589.ORLEN GAZ is the main supplier for the biggest in Poland and in Central Europe network of filling stations, which belongs to PKN ORLEN.ORLEN GAZ is not only an autogas market leader - the company also specializes in distributing gas cylinders and offers bulk installations for industry. Our products are widely used in technological processes in industry, agriculture and in building engineering.ORLEN GAZ’s distribution system is based on own supply sources (PKN ORLEN, ORLEN Lietuva, Unipetrol) and optimally located terminals, bases and filling plants. This allows the company to deliver LPG not only to clients all over Poland but also among others to Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary.
3 Modern storage and logistics base ActivityLogistic baseproducts: propane, butane, propane-butane mixturesupply sources: ORLEN Group production, importrange: Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Belarus, Ukrainedistribution: road tank cars, rail tanksstorage capacity: tonneslogistics base:4 bases and 2 terminals32 storage tanks15 loading stations for road tank cars22 loading stations for rail tanksstaff: a team of more than 200 specialistsindustry organizations: ORLEN GAZ is a member of the Polish Liquid Gas Organization and of the World LPG Association (as the only Polish company)
4 ORLEN GAZ sales segments AUTOGASsupplying filling stationsLPG salesTRADINGgas wholesaletransloading servicesBULKindustrial installationsgas deliveriesCYLINDERSdistributionfillingEXPORTsupplying filling stationswholesale2 100 filling stationstelemetry systemfavorable promotion programs for clients with exclusive supply agreementcooperation with biggest offshore LPG supplierstwo terminals that are prepared to render transloading services (Sokółka and Szczecin)logistic supportinnovative solutionscomprehensive installation servicescooperation offer for designerswarranty of safety: verification certificates, seals and safety instructionsthe originality of ORLEN GAZ LPG cylinders confirms the branded foil on the valvelocation in the border areas: Szczecinstable supplyproduct which fulfils the requirements of EN-589 standard
5 Exemplary achievement of ORLEN GAZ for 2011 620 Kt of gas were sold - 6% more than in 2010in 2011 ORLEN GAZ gained 200 new significant clientsthe company is on the rise in the prestigious rankings of the biggest Polish companies. In the list of Rzeczpospolita 500, ORLEN GAZ was ranked 187 (previous year - 225), while in the Polityka Five Hundred, the Company came in at 152 (previous year - 181).28% - share of ORLEN GAZ in the Polish LPG market in 2011Market segmentsAUTOGAS - 23,5%
6 ORLEN GAZ LPG Marine Terminal in Szczecin This Terminal is one of the three in Poland, the second largest in terms of storage capacity and the most advanced technologically when it comes to transloading services. It operates since July 2009.The terminal was build in place of the former storage base of PKN ORLEN S.A. in Szczecin. The quay is next to the Parnica river, which flows through the centre of the Port of Szczecin. Fuel related business activities were conducted there already before the World War IIIt was designed to meet the requirements of such services as offloading, storing and shipping of LPG. Thanks to the advanced technical equipment, a reverse process is also possible. LPG can be offloaded from road tank cars and rail tanks to on-shore tanks and than to the tankers by using LPG compressors.The Terminal is adapted and ready to render transloading services.
7 General Features of the Terminal GENERAL DATA5 ha - working surface of the Terminalup to tonnes - deadweight of the tankersabout tonnes - transloading capacity a yearQUAY274 m - total length of the quay74 m - length of the jetty110 m - max. length of the LPG tanker, 6.8 m - max. berth depth, 18 m - max. width of the tankerINFRASTRUCTURE3 loading stations for road tank cars, 20 stopover places for road tank cars2 loading stations for rail tanks, 2 rail siding tracks - each can handle 9 rail tanks; rail line for 50 rail tanksThe first tanker ship - Lady Martine - arrived at the terminal in Szczecin in July It was carrying 1.6 Kt of propane from the English port in Stanlow. The journey took 5 days, the reloading - 15 hours.