Company HistoryThe development of the natural gas pipelines of Hungary
- Domestic production inlet point
- Former import inlet point
- Storage inlet/exit point
- Compressor station
- Border import inlet point
- Border exit point
- Reverse flow
- Regional centre
- Cross Border point
Milestones in the Natural Gas Industry
The discovery of the first Hungarian oil and gas field in Budafapuszta, Zala county.
The handover of the first gas pipeline (Budafa – Újudvar).
The Hungarian-American Oil Inc has the gas pipeline connecting Bázakerettye and Nagykanizsa built.
The natural gas transmission to the capital begins (Bázakerettye – Budapest), The National Mineral Oil and Natural Gas Transportation Company is founded.
The Crude Oil Pipeline Company is established in Siófok.
The transmission through the first (Romanian – Hungarian) import pipeline begins.
A dispatch center opens at the company headquarters, in Siófok.
The Crude Oil Pipeline Company is divided into two companies, the Gas and Oil Transmission Company (GOV) and the Crude Oil Pipeline Construction Company (KVV).
Connecting to the Soviet natural gas transmission network (through the Testvériség import pipeline).
MOL Plc is established and GOV ceases to exist. Subsequently, the natural gas transmission organization operates as an organizational unit of MOL Plc.
The Austrian-Hungarian interconnector (HAG import gas pipeline) is built.
The MOL Natural Gas Transmission Plc is established.
The name of the company is changed to FGSZ Natural Gas Transmission Closed Company Limited by Shares (abbreviated as FGSZ Ltd).