Tagged With MOL
Gloom overshadows North Sea exploration hits
20 March 2020
Two pieces of good news in the UK and Norway are buried by cost-cutting and depressed prices
Mol prioritises petchems
16 March 2020
CEE’s leading integrated oil and gas firm is putting petrochemicals at the centre of its near-term growth strategy
Mol buys time with ACG deal
18 December 2019
The Hungarian energy firm’s Azeri acquisition gives it breathing space as it implements its 2030 strategy
Energy Company of the Year—mid cap
28 November 2018
MOL Group
Russia eyes sulphur stream
24 April 2018
The government is considering supplying high-sulphur crude in a separate stream to improve Urals export quality
Refiners should expect the unexpected
22 September 2017
Trend spotting is easier said than done in the refining sector
MOL extends Balkan retail arm following positive Q3
11 November 2015
Hungarian company reports clean third-quarter, current cost of supplies profit before tax, interest, depreciation and amortisation of forints 198.7bn
MOL spreads exploration and production risk
23 October 2015
The Hungarian MOL Group is spreading its upstream risk more evenly, balancing growth in the relatively stable North Sea
MOL sees INA slip from its grasp as production falls
5 August 2014
The Hungarian oil and gas firm is struggling with corruption allegations
Mol targets Pakistan’s unconventional potential
19 June 2014
The company wants to increase production to around 140,000 boe/d in the next five years
Croatia issues extradition request for head of MOL Group
4 October 2013
The Hungarian government has criticised Croatia over tactics used
Hungary: New government to address Mol-Surgutneftegaz dispute
2 June 2010
THE NEW centre-right, nationalist-tinged, government plans to step up efforts to end the stand-off between Mol Group and Russia's Surgutneftegaz, which owns a 21.2% stake in the Hungarian energy company
Reasons for optimism
1 March 2007
January's brief interruption to Russian crude exports through Belarus put the frighteners on central European energy companies. But the economic upturn in the region is providing plenty of reasons for optimism, writes NJ Watson