This page provides information on he Hungarian chemical industry and its integrated parks.
The integrated chemical sites in Hungary as presented on this website cover a total area of approximately 0 hectare.
Please use the map above to explore the chemical parks in Hungary in more detail, or browse to our map of Europe to extend your search to chemical clusters in other European countries.
MOL is to invest around USD 2bn in strategic projects in the next five years Free cash flow to fully cover strategy investments and smaller M&As MOL unveils details about the development directions in petrochemicals Consumer Services to generate USD 450-500m EBITDA by 2021, or more than 20% of Group profits In Upstream MOL to spend over USD 2bn organic capex in 2017-2021 and will monitor further reserves replacement opportunities
The Szakoly power plant, which started its activities in 2009, produces electricity from the combustion of woodchips and sawmill by-products. With a capacity of 19.8 MW it produces 130 GWh of electricity per year for the national grid, the equivalent of the annual consumption of 50,000 households in Hungary.
Third order in two years – greatly increased scope of services and supplies