Poland’s Agency for Strategic Reserves has announced that it will launch a new online platform to reduce the administrative burden on businesses operating in the Polish fuel market (22 June).
The new system is a response to the concerns raised by businesses, who have encountered difficulties in fuel reporting and dealing with the lack of uniformity in rules imposed by the public finance sector units overseeing the market.
The “Fuel Platform” will launch this Saturday (1 July) and will mark a shift in the form of reporting from paper to electronic, while the reporting scope remains unchanged.
The Platform aims to consolidate data on fuel companies based on the Energy Law and the Act on stocks of crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas, along with regulations governing fuel security threats and disturbances in the oil market.
There are plans to expand the portal to include reporting obligations stemming from the Act on Monitoring and Controlling Fuel Quality, as well as the legislation related to biocomponents and liquid biofuels.