Crude oil will remain a key source of energy in Germany for many decades. Every year, PCK processes 12 million metric tons of it. The PCK site is one of the largest crude oil processing locations in Germany.
Located in Schwedt on the River Oder, PCK Raffinerie GmbH is among the largest companies in the state of Brandenburg and the most important in the Uckermark region. Here, 12 million metric tons of crude oil are turned into mineral oil and petrochemical products each year. The primary products are diesel fuel, petrol (gasoline), kerosene, liquefied petroleum gas, heating oils and bitumen. PCK was one of the first refineries in Germany to use biofuels and is a leading producer of high-quality biofuel components.
- The entire PCK site, including installations and buildings
- A crude oil tank farm and a pier at the oil port in Rostock
- The Schwedt - Seefeld pipeline, 78 km
- The Rostock - Schwedt pipeline, 203 km
- PCK & elf Tanklagerbetrieb Seefeld GbR (PETS)
- Mineralölverbundleitung GmbH Schwedt (MVL)
PCK Raffinerie GmbH is certified to DIN EN ISO 9001, DIN EN ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and DIN EN ISO 50001.
PCK & elf Tanklagerbetrieb Seefeld GbR is certified to DIN EN ISO 9001 + DIN EN ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.
PCK - A Consortial Refinery
PCK Raffinerie GmbH is operated by a consortium of international oil companies.
The shareholders are:
- Rosneft Deutschland GmbH with 37,5 %
- Shell Deutschland GmbH with 37,5 %
- AET-Raffineriebeteiligungs-Gesellschaft mbH mit 25 %
(RN Refining & Marketing GmbH und Eni Deutschland GmbH)
The shareholders ensure delivery of crude oil to PCK and then market the products produced in the refinery.
Over the past 20 years, our shareholders have invested two billion euros in PCK, primarily for cutting-edge technologies and for environmental protection.