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The new age of Hungary’s natural gas supply

The start of LNG supply from the Krk terminal in Croatia open a new age in Hungary’s natural gas supply, as underlined by MVM whose subsidiary MFGK started to be involved at the Krk terminal after the docking of the carrier Tristar Ruby.

First LNG carrier arrives at Krk

This morning, the LNG carrier Tristar Ruby has arrived at the Krk terminal in Croatia, the first LNG carrier to arrive at the terminal, in accordance with the planned deadlines.

Slovenia to restart Krško NPP shut down after deadly earthquake in Croatia

The Krško NPP automatically shut down following a 6.4 magnitude earthquake in Croatia, on 29 December. Preventive inspections showed that the safety systems had operated as expected.
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