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Dániel Garai appointed new CEO of CEEGEX

Dániel Garai was appointed as the new CEO at CEEGEX, the Central Eastern European Gas Exchange, effective 1st of August 2020.

Mr Garai has been working in the energy industry since 2005, fulfilling senior positions at FŐGÁZ in Budapest and RWE Supply & Trading Switzerland in Geneva. As of 2012, he was CFO and Member of the Board of Directors at MET Hungary and afterwards Business Development Director. From November 2019 until his appointment as CEO at CEEGEX, he was the advisor to the CEO of MAVIR, leading the company’s transformation program.

CEEGEX operates a liquid regional gas market that is in line with the leading international practices, offers safe, trustworthy and long-term solutions for its partners while utilising the available infrastructure and providing cooperation opportunities in the Central and Eastern European region.

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