Polish oil firm Lotos says ample free EUA allocations could help it dodge cutting emissions next decade

Published 12:41 on February 6, 2020  /  Last updated at 12:41 on February 6, 2020  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Polish oil company Lotos Group expects that it may need to buy only a minimal quantity of EU carbon allowances over the next decade as its annual free allocation could be enough to allow it to avoid cutting its emissions for the foreseeable future.

Polish oil company Lotos Group expects that it may need to buy only a minimal quantity of EU carbon allowances over the next decade as its annual free allocation could be enough to allow it to avoid cutting its emissions for the foreseeable future.

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