László Fritsch, the chief executive and chairman of the board of Hungarian Gas Storage Ltd., talked to Interfax Natural Gas Daily about the prospects for storage in Central Europe.
Interfax Natural Gas Daily: Hungary has four commercial underground gas storage (UGS) facilities with a combined capacity of 4.4 billion cubic metres – the largest in Central Europe. Was their construction a reaction to the 2009 Russia-Ukraine crisis?
László Fritsch: No, most of the storage was built during the communist era. The youngest is around 20...
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