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Echos of the fuel emissions charge draft project
March 8, 2018   
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Fuel groups PKN Orlen and Lotos expect no increase in retail fuel prices following the planned by the government introduction of a new fuel surcharge, the companies announced on Wednesday.
PKN Orlen is analyzing all macro and market conditions and "as a rule we are more and more convinced that the introduction of the emission fee won't result in an increase of prices for our retail clients," Orlen's management board member for sales Zbigniew Leszczynski said as quoted in a press statement.
Peer Lotos calls the fee "marginal" and also expects no impact on retail prices, CEO Marcin Jastrzebski told a press conference. "We have the courage to take it on ourselves," he said.
Polish government seeks to raise PLN 1.7 billion in 2019 from an emissions charge on petrol and diesel under a draft bill endorsed by the Energy Ministry this week.
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