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Interview with Benjamin Lakatos: MET counts on assets for more value

Interview with Benjamin Lakatos: MET counts on assets for more value

MET is active in the highly liquid gas markets of northwest Europe; the semi-liquid markets of Austria and Italy; and the illiquid markets of Hungary, Croatia, Romania and elsewhere in the Balkans. It trades at 22 hubs and its revenue from trade and supply in 2019 was €11.2bn. Last year it traded 50bn m³ of gas, which was mostly bought on the spot market. 
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2021. 02. 15.
Carlos Losada: Gas during the pandemic

Carlos Losada: Gas during the pandemic

In January, 2020 seemed like a normal year. We did not know that it would test us. The whole world.
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2021. 02. 09.
The prominent role of LNG for MET Group’s strategy – interview with György Vargha

The prominent role of LNG for MET Group’s strategy – interview with György Vargha

2021 began with long-awaited news for the Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) industry. After years of high expectations,  the first LNG carrier – Tristar Ruby – arrived at the Krk terminal  in Croatia which will increase the security of supply for the countries of Central and Southeastern Europe.
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2021. 02. 01.
Natural gas helps MET better lead the energy transition

Natural gas helps MET better lead the energy transition

Gas markets provide traditional fuels to help the energy transition, while renewables are a growing part of the energy mix. MET Group’s CFO explains why an integrated company can be involved in both sides.
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2021. 01. 11.
Energate interview about MET Germany

Energate interview about MET Germany

From time to time there are real surprises. The market entrance to German energy sales market by the Swiss MET Group is one of these surprises.
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2020. 12. 10.
MET Croatia: The LNG terminal brings greater security of supply

MET Croatia: The LNG terminal brings greater security of supply

The Croatian LNG terminal will have a positive impact on the regional gas market in terms of security of supply and diversification. Mario Matkovic, Chief Executive Officer of MET Croatia explains why this was the right moment to book capacities.
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2020. 12. 08.
Renewable growth in the CEE region is a key strategy for MET Group

Renewable growth in the CEE region is a key strategy for MET Group

“MET Group’s regional DNA enables it to have a strong local footprint in Central and Eastern Europe,” says the company’s CFO Johannes Niemetz. Renewables are a key component of MET’s growth strategy in the CEE energy landscape.
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2020. 11. 30.
Croatian LNG terminal is key part of portfolio – MET

Croatian LNG terminal is key part of portfolio – MET

Switzerland-based energy trader MET Group will provide the commissioning cargo for the floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) LNG Croatia.
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2020. 11. 24.
MET Group to buy LNG on the global market

MET Group to buy LNG on the global market

“The international sources arriving by way of the Croatian LNG terminal offer an excellent opportunity for changing the regional modus operandi,” explains Gergely Szabó, Regional Chairman of MET Central Europe, including the Hungarian, Croatian, and Slovakian subsidiaries of MET Group energy company. This conversation is especially timely as the LNG vessel converted into a regasification unit recently arrived to Krk Island, at the Croatian shores.
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2020. 11. 10.
MET Kabai Solar Park starts commercial production

MET Kabai Solar Park starts commercial production

The new solar power plant of Swiss-based European energy company MET Group, with an installed capacity of 43 megawatts (MW) has started commercial operation in the Hungarian town of Kaba, providing green electricity to more than 23,000 households.
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2020. 10. 16.
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