Opinion on Commodity in Hungary

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PKN/MOL: scale prompts central European alliance

Published By Datamonitor
30 Nov 2000
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EdF: Hungary for integration

Published By Datamonitor
15 Dec 2000
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Hungary: electricity market opening date set back

Published By Datamonitor
26 Apr 2001
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Hungarian electricity: liberalization on its way

Published By Datamonitor
20 Sep 2001
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Hungarian gas: all change ahead

Hungary will open 38% of its gas market by 2004, fulfilling the minimum market opening requirements imposed by the EU as part of the country's accession process. The move will also mean the privatization of the country's regional gas distributors. The national gas supply company is also likely to hit the market, sparking interest from western European utilities.

Published By Datamonitor
07 Feb 2002
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MOL: taking its foot off the gas

MOL can now focus on its goal of becoming central Europe's leading oil refiner and retailer. It will also get rid of a subsidiary that made a $428 million loss last year, hamstrung by unrealistically low retail prices. The deal might be worse news for the Hungarian taxpayer, since the government is effectively taking a lossmaking business off MOL's hands.

Published By Datamonitor
12 Feb 2002
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Ruhrgas: Hungarian expansion plans dashed

After months of speculation, the Hungarian oil and gas company, MOL, has decided to shelf bids from international investors for its gas business. Instead, it will start exclusive negotiations with MFB, the nation's state-owned development bank. The decision will allow MOL to concentrate on its fuel-retailing plans.<BR />

Published By Datamonitor
26 Feb 2002
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E.ON: Hungary for more

E.ON's position in central and eastern Europe is strengthening by the day. After getting approval to buy Slovakia's ZSE in April, the company will now take control of Hungary's second largest electricity distributor. The next stop for E.ON looks set to be Romania, as the major European utilities form increasingly powerful positions in the region.

Published By Datamonitor
01 May 2002
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BP: shedding stations

Tough conditions in Hungary and Slovakia have prompted BP to shed its newly acquired Aral service stations in these countries. Although it has also sold two stations in Poland to Jet, BP is adamant it will remain in this market. Staying would be wise: the company has a good position as the largest foreign player, and has identified more attractive prospects.

Published By Datamonitor
06 Jun 2002
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OMV: acquisitions boost regional leader

Austria's OMV is now a leading fuel retailer in Central and Eastern Europe, and the largest international retailer in Hungary and Slovakia. Not only is the company driving up fuel sales per site by acquiring sites with higher throughputs, but its new acquisitions will also enable the expansion of the non-fuel business at its service stations.

Published By Datamonitor
10 Feb 2003

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