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Gas trader Főgáz to supply Budapest power station for another four gas years

Energy Trade

Hungarian gas trading company Főgáz on Thursday said it signed a framework contract to supply gas to Budapest power station Budapest Erőmű (BERT) for another four gas years, which run from July to June.

Főgáz did not wish to elaborate on the size of the contract but said that BERT, which provides 60% of district heating in the capital, is already its biggest client.

Főgaz supplies 12 power stations and district heating plants. These deliveries account for 35% of its sales.

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