CEO: MOL invests tens of billions into Dunai Refinery

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Hungarian oil and gas company MOL continues to invest tens of billions of forints into its 50-year-old Dunai Refinery in Százhalombatta, central Hungary, the groupʼs chairman-CEO Zsolt Hernádi (pictured) said at the plant today.

Hernádi said the refinery, which processed 300 million tons of crude oil over 50 years, still serves a considerable part of Hungaryʼs network of filling stations.

MOL says it has invested about HUF 200 bln into the Százhalombatta refinery over the past ten years.

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