• Alpiq is a leading Swiss electricity and energy services provider with a European focus. The company is active in power production, as well as energy trading and sales. Alpiq offers its clients extensive, efficient energy services for buildings and plants, transport technology, as well as power and industrial plant engineering.

  • Budapest Power Plant Ltd. (Budapesti Erőmű Zrt.) is the most significant energy generator in the capital of Hungary. The company covers almost 60% of the district heating demand of the city, while its share in national electricity generation is more than 3%. As a result of the technological modernisation and the improved service quality, uninterrupted district heating at an increased comfort level is already ensured for almost half a million consumers living in 144 000 district heated homes. 

  • Bulgartransgaz, as operator of the gas transmission system, is responsible for the 1835 km total length of internal transmission pipelines as well as the 930 km total length of cross-border transit pipelines and operating the national gas storage facilities.

  • CEEGEX’s goal is to establish a liquid regional gas market – a so called “hub”- by utilizing the already existing infrastructure. As a result, the already existing and planned infrastructure could be efficiently utilized allowing the Hungarian possibilities to be used on a regional level. CEEGEX’s objective from the beginning, but especially after 2015, is to support efficient portfolio management, to provide new supplementary sources and to offer advanced risk management options on the national and regional natural gas markets.
     

  • In accordance with its transmission system operation licence FGSZ Ltd carries out the activity of natural gas transmission and system operation in a legally regulated market environment. FGSZ owns and operates the high pressure natural gas transmission system of Hungary.
     

  • GDF SUEZ is a global energy player and an expert operator in the three key sectors of electricity, natural gas and energy services. The Group supports changes in society that are based as much on economic growth as on, social progress and the preservation of natural resources.

  • Hrvatska elektroprivreda (HEP Group) is the national energy company, which has been dealing with generation, distribution and supply of electricity for more than a century. And in the last few decades it has been dealing with distribution and supply of heat energy and natural gas to customers. Hrvatska elektroprivreda is organized as a concern, a group of connected companies (daughter companies).

    The parent company (parent body) of HEP Group is HEP d.d., which carries out the function of corporate governance of HEP Group and guarantees conditions for safe and reliable electricity supply to customers.

  • MÁSZ is the trading branch of the ELMŰ-ÉMÁSZ-MÁSZ group, one of the oldest and most important company groups in the Hungarian electric energy sector.

  • Hungarian Gas Storage Ltd has four underground storage facilities in Hungary with total annual working gas storage capacity of 4.43 billion cubic meters. Daily maximum withdrawal capacity is approximately 53.6 million cubic meters, which can cover more than 55 % of the daily peak gas demand during the winter period. Hungarian Gas Storage Ltd continuously contributes to the country’s energy security with the flexible operation of the storage sites, which are in excellent technical condition. HGS is the member of the MVM Group which is the 4th largest company group in Hungary and belongs to the top 25 largest companies in the CEE Region. HGS storage facilities are operated in a system storage concept with four storage sites in Hungary.

  • Hungarian Gas Trade Ltd. is the leading natural gas trader in Hungary and it is also one of the largest firms in the country. The Company is the primary partner of the Hungarian gas universal service providers in securely supplying household consumers, along with small and medium sized enterprises and also plays a significant role in the end-user market, being the partner of power plants, district heating service providers and industrial customers. In addition to maintaining the security of supply in Hungary, the Company is prepared to enhance its regional natural gas trading role.

  • Aspect Holdings expanded its international exploration efforts in June of 2004 and now controls Budapest-based Hungarian Horizon Energy, LTD (HHE). HHE is currently the second largest license holder in Hungary which operates exploration licenses covering approximately 5,000,000 acres.

  • MET Hungary was established in February 2007, the main focus was natural gas trading. Despite unfavourable market conditions MET Hungary continues to develop dynamically, the company became a major player, first within the Hungarian, and later within the regional natural gas market.

  • The Hungarian Hydrocarbon Stockpiling Association (MSZKSZ) founded the legal predecessor of MMBF Földgáztároló Zártkörűen Működő Részvénytársaság – Natural Gas Storage Plc. (hereinafter referred to as: MMBF Zrt.) in 2006.

  • The company Podzemno Skladište Plina d.o.o. (PSP) was created with the separation of natural gas storage activities from the INA Group at the beginning of 2009. On the basis of a decision by the Government of the Republic of Croatia, the company Plinacro d.o.o. for transportation and trade of natural gas on May 1, 2009 bought from INA the company Podzemno Skladište Plina d.o.o., by which the Republic of Croatia gained 100 percent ownership of PSP.

  • With a supply capacity of 146 billion m3/year and an overall storage capacity of 32 billion m3 in 12 gas storage facilities, Ukratransgaz plays a very significant role even by European standards. With links to Hungary, Slovakia, Poland and Romania, the Ukrainian pipeline system has direct connections to the European infrastructure operating in accordance with uniform principles.