Haber Brothers, Kerosene Refinery and Machine Oil Factory in Stanislaviv (Rafineria Nafty i Fabryka Olejów Maszynowych Bracia Haber, sp. z o. o.) was established in 1900, and in 1914 it was re-entered in the register. In 1937, its seat was located in Stanisłaviv (Ivano-Frankivsk), at 9 Chryplińska Street. The supervisory board was formed by: Tadeusz Chłapowski (President), Józef Metzis, Eng., Karol Bauer, Eng., Wacław Junosza-Piotrowski, Eng., Tadeusz Marcinkiewicz, Eng., Dr Ryszard Noskiewicz, Otto Weiss, Dr Józef Spitzer, Aleksander Haber, Henryk Haber, Dr Konstanty Wojewidka, Dr D. Süsskind. Henryk Schloss and Feliks Goldhammer were the directors, and Emil Ruhrberg and Włodzimierz Łodziński were the proxies. The Paris-based Societé Française des Pétroles de” Silva-Plana” had a 55% share in the Company. The share capital amounted to 700 thousand zlotys. The Company's assets were an oil (kerosene) refinery with an annual processing capacity of 24 thousand t. Sales in 1936 amounted to 4 thousand t.
- Rocznik polskiego przemysłu i handlu (Yearbook of Polish Industry and Trade), Warsaw 1938, No. 1175.
The Project was co-financed by the Kronenberg Foundation at City Handlowy.