MOL Group is among the world’s largest energy companies
MOL moved forward 40 places on the Platts Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings list in one year.
MOL made a great leap forward on the global company ranking of one of the most important energy information service companies. The Platts Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings list was published on 23 October and it ranked the energy companies based on their performance. Compared to last year, MOL moved forward 40 places, earned a ranking of 93rd on overall global performance. In its operation region, namely in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) MOL ranked 15th in Integrated Oil and Gas, and 33rd in overall performance in EMEA.
Since 2002, Platts has been ranking energy companies' financial performance globally, regionally and by industry sector. By today the Top 250 list became a significant professional classification of the world economy and financial role of companies. Platts’ rankings are based on four key metrics - asset worth, revenues, profits, and return on invested capital. All companies on the list are publicly held and have assets greater than US $4 bill ion. The financial information comes from a database compiled and maintained by S&P Capital IQ.
Platts is member of McGraw-Hill Group. Platts is a provider of energy and metals information and a source of benchmark price assessments in the physical energy markets. The Platts Top 250 recognizes outstanding financial performance for the previous year. Being awarded a ranking in the Platts Top 250 is an accomplishment of prestige and honour in the energy industry. Platts Top 250 Global Energy Companies rankings also showcase the world's fastest-growing energy companies, based on each company's compounded revenue growth over a three-year period.
MOL Group is one of Central Europe's leading international oil and gas companies with operations in 40 countries in Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and CIS member countries. It employs almost 31 000 people worldwide. MOL is presently conducting exploration activities in 11 and production in 7 countries worldwide, with a total daily production level over 147.000 boe per day in 2011. The Group also operates five refineries and 2 petrochemical units under integrated supply chain management, in Hungary, Slovakia, Croatia and Italy. MOL Group also owns a network of over 1 700 filling stations in Central & South Eastern Europe in 11 countries with 8 brands operated in a multi-brand strategy. Through FGSZ (Földgázszállító Zrt.), its 100%-owned member company, it operates a 5800 km long high pressure gas pipeline system in Hungary.
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