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Introduction

Natural gas is now the most important energy source in Hungary. In meeting the winter peak demand, and in establishing and maintaining the security of gas supply, underground storage sites play a major role. On any colder winter day, most of the country’s gas supply comes from these facilities. Being the largest commercial natural gas storage company in Hungary, Hungarian Gas Storage Ltd operates, maintains and continuously develops four underground gas storage facilities, with a total gas storage capacity of 4.43 billion m3 and a total daily withdrawal capacity of 53.6 million m3. With these figures, Hungarian Gas Storage Ltd is the largest storage provider in Central and Eastern Europe.  It is a major objective for the company to operate with a high level of excellence to ensure smooth winter gas supply in Hungary.

Fire Extinguished in MFGT’s Hajdúszoboszló Gas Storage Site

The fire that broke out today at dawn in the underground gas storage site of the Hungarian Gas Storage Ltd (MFGT) in Hajdúszoboszló was extinguished at 13:15 PM by the professionals of the fire department and disaster management. During fire control, MFGT’s staff maintained the pressure required by the fire department in order to prevent backdraught. There were no personal injuries in the course of fire control.

2018-11-20

Fire in MFGT’s Gas storage Site in Hajdúszoboszló – Notice

Today morning at 4:25 AM, fire broke out in the underground gas storage site of the Hungarian Gas Storage Ltd in Hajdúszoboszló.

2018-11-20

Auction Announcement Notice - 2018/9

Hungarian Gas Storage Ltd (hereinafter referred to as MFGT or Auctioneer) on this day announces an auction for using Gas Loan.

2018-10-08

Auction Announcement Notice – 2018/10

Hungarian Gas Storage Ltd (hereinafter referred to as MFGT) on this day announces an auction for booking available storage capacities for the storage year 2018/19, 2019/2020 and 2020/2021. The capacity auction is carried out by MFGT in line with the Storage Capacity Auction Regulation II/B document as per Annex No. 1.

2018-10-08