Close close

Articles (EN)

Articles (EN)
MET Group has a major presence in central and eastern Europe, Spain, Italy, France and Germany, with more than 700 permanent staff and is headquartered in Switzerland. It has revenues of over 18 billion euros and while best known for gas and electricity, its Renewables CEO, Christian Hürlimann, is leading its shift to renewables, with Italian and Spanish acquisitions.
5/20/2022
Articles (EN)
Mario Matkovic, MET Group, Croatia, considers the impact of volatile LNG prices, as well as discussing how the Krk terminal in Croatia is helping to bring a new era of energy independence to the country.
4/25/2022
Articles (EN)
They work in the field of renewable energy and through their work, they contribute to the creation of a greener future.Nevertheless, the bedtime stories they tell their children are not about the blades of a wind turbine, which have the same diameter as the Basilica in Budapest.Instead, they try to shape their daily lives to teach their children responsible behavior while avoiding climate anxiety.
4/22/2022
Articles (EN)
Dunamenti Power Plant is supporting the participation of 20 schoolchildren from Százhalombatta in the Hungarian initiative of the international SpaceBuzz project. The main goal of the program is to put in a new and unique light the environmental education of 10-12 year-old schoolchildren and arouse their interest in science subjects through the “Earth Perspective” of astronauts.
4/22/2022
Articles (EN)
Increased speculative capital has detached prices in the gas market from prompt fundamentals, trading and logistics firm MET International chief executive Gyorgy Vargha has told Argus.
3/17/2022
Articles (EN)
As global industry begins to concentrate on reducing harmful emissions from its processes, the pressure on substituting fossil-based fuels with sustainable and renewable alternatives has never been greater. Further adoption of lower carbon fuels such as liquefied natural gas (LNG) is one way by which companies have sought to reduce their carbon footprint as the energy transition gains traction.
2/7/2022
Articles (EN)
The flood of LNG cargoes into Europe could continue until the end of June, MET International CEO Gyorgy Vargha told ICIS in an interview.
2/2/2022