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Sándor Fasimon in charge to set up MET Group’s Asian operations

Swiss-based integrated energy company, MET Group announced that Sándor Fasimon, former MOL executive, will join the company to lead the group’s Asian operations.

MET Group says that in line with the company’s organic growth strategy, Sándor Fasimon will be in charge of the strategic move to facilitate MET’s business reach and to establish its presence in Asia – including Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, and FSU. “The aim is to strengthen MET’s position in the global markets, focusing on LNG trading, and energy infrastructure investments,” reads the announcement.

Sándor Fasimon is a global executive with over 25 years of extensive upstream, trading and operational experience in natural gas, crude oil and petroleum products. Prior to joining MET, he has held various international top management positions in integrated O&G companies across Europe, Middle East and Asia, wrote MET in the announcement.

He had a long career in Hungarian energy company MOL, where he started as supply director and then Managing Director of Natural Gas Division. Then he was entrusted with the management of MOL’s activities in Russia. In 2011 he was apponited as Executive Vice President of Exploration and Production and then COO at MOL Hungary. Between 2011-2018 he was Executive Board Member of MOL Group.

In 2018, he was appointed President of the Management Board of Croatian INA (in which MOL is the largest shareholder with a 49.08 per cent stake) but he resigned last September.

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