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LNG: an essential part of the European energy mix

LNG: an essential part of the European energy mix

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.  
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2022. 02. 07.
Strong European LNG imports to continue until end-Q2, says MET International CEO

Strong European LNG imports to continue until end-Q2, says MET International CEO

The flood of LNG cargoes into Europe could continue until the end of June, MET International CEO Gyorgy Vargha told ICIS in an interview.
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2022. 02. 02.
MET ponders LNG expansion after Krk success

MET ponders LNG expansion after Krk success

Switzerland-based energy company MET is monitoring LNG terminal developments in Greece and Northwest Europe with an eye to potentially expanding its portfolio, while remaining involved in Croatia’s Krk terminal, MET head of LNG Esther Ang tells Energy Intelligence.
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2022. 01. 11.
High gas price environment likely to persist in medium term: MET

High gas price environment likely to persist in medium term: MET

The current high gas price environment in Europe is likely to persist in the medium term as some of the main market drivers are set to remain key factors in the future, the head of the trading arm of Switzerland's MET said in an interview.
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2021. 12. 13.
LNG is a key supply for European natural gas – interview with György Vargha

LNG is a key supply for European natural gas – interview with György Vargha

Following the recent energy crisis with record electricity and gas prices, CEENERGYNEWS spoke with György Vargha, Chief Executive Officer of MET International about how companies can handle such situations in the future and the importance of gas and LNG to meet the growing energy demand.
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2021. 11. 24.
11 questions to Benjamin Lakatos, CEO of MET Group

11 questions to Benjamin Lakatos, CEO of MET Group

"Don’t start down the road if you don’t have passion and a sense of risk and reality. Yet, neither stop your journey after 5 years if it is more difficult than you assumed."
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2021. 11. 21.
COP26 preview: Hope despite huge disruption

COP26 preview: Hope despite huge disruption

The 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) begins this Sunday (31/10) in Glasgow. This year’s COP is being lauded as the most important since 2015’s Paris summit, which saw countries agree to work together to limit global warming to less than two degrees Celsius.
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2021. 10. 26.
MET Romania: Increasing energy costs lead investors to take measures to optimize consumption

MET Romania: Increasing energy costs lead investors to take measures to optimize consumption

Corporate demand for consulting services and energy efficiency projects has been steadily increasing in the recent months, according to data from MET Romania Energy, the leading gas supplier to the commercial sector. The most requested service was an energy audit, used to identify the targets for improvement.
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2021. 10. 22.
Benjamin Lakatos – Good donations lead to development and make people happier

Benjamin Lakatos – Good donations lead to development and make people happier

This year, Benjamin Lakatos, the majority owner and CEO of the MET Group, a European energy company, has donated more than HUF 100 million through MET. In total, Lakatos has committed HUF 300 million towards charity between 2017 and 2021.
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2021. 10. 08.
MET Group’s renewable path – interview with Christian Hürlimann

MET Group’s renewable path – interview with Christian Hürlimann

On 1 May, Swiss-based European energy company MET Group  appointed Christian Hürlimann  as the new Renewables Chief Executive Officer, a clear sign of the direction the company is taking.
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2021. 10. 06.
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