Gazprom eyes E.ON power plant in Hungary

Green Energy

Russia's Gazprom wants to buy German peer E.ON's power plant in Gönyű, business daily Világgazdaság said on Wednesday. The paper learnt E.ON is open to the sale. Gazprom also seeks a partnership with the state-owned Hungarian energy group MVM to operate gas-fueled power plants in Hungary as well as domestic gas storage facilities that MVM will soon acquire from E.ON.


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