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MOL Gruppe schließt das Growww Programm mit einer Rekordzahl an Bewerbern

  • 9000 Absolventen haben sich für das globale Rekrutierungs- und Entwicklungsprogramm, Growww 2014 beworben, mehr als 3000 wie im Vorjahr
  • Im Rahmen von Growww werden aus 11 Ländern mehr als 250 Top Talente ausgewählt
  • MOL Gruppe gewann für ihr Growww und Freshhh Programm den ERE Recruiting Excellence Award in der Kategorie des besten Bewerberprogramms

Budapest, 26. Juni 2014 – Anmeldeschluss für Growww 2014, für das globale Bewerberprogramm für Absolventen Absolventen, insgesamt handelte es sich um 9.000 Bewerber. Die MOL Gruppe bietet im Rahmen dieses Programms in 11 Ländern und in 25 Unternehmen eine ganz besondere Möglichkeit für die Top Talente.

Das Projekt Growww unterstützt die neue globale Generation der Top Industrieexperten in ihrem Lernprozess für ihren Karrierestart in einem internationalen Unternehmen. Hier handelt es sich um eine breitgefächerte Palette an Positionen, egal ob es sich um eine wirtschaftliche, wissenschaftliche, naturwissenschaftliche oder technische Position handelt.

In 11 Ländern Ländern  (Kroatien, Tschechien, Ungarn, Irak, Pakistan, Polen, Rumänien, Russland, Serbien, Slowakei und Slowenien) bieten die Unternehmen der MOL Gruppe den Absolventen eine einzigartige Möglichkeit, im Rahmen dieses Programms die Komplexität und den finanziellen sowie technischen Hintergrund des Mineralölsektors kennenzulernen. Die Teilnehmer  arbeiten an reellen und laufenden Projekten und werden während ihres einjährigen Growww Programms von professionellen Mentoren unterstützt. Dieses Mentor System unterstützt die Kandidaten ferner sich in einem interkulturellen Umfeld zu beweisen.

„Wir haben seit Anfang des Programms 2007 1.350 Growww Teilnehmer in unser Unternehmen aufgenommen. 80% der früheren Teilnehmer wurden nach Beendigung des Programms vom Unternehmen übernommen, 90% davon arbeiten seitdem für das Unternehmen. 20% der Teilnehmer wurden bereits befördert, was den Erfolg dieses Programms bestätigt“, sagt Zdravka Demeter Bubalo, HR Vizepräsident der MOL Gruppe. „Karriere im Bereich Ingenieurwesen und Naturwissenschaften zu machen ist bei den jungen Menschen heutzutage im Normalfall nicht so populär. Als eine internationale und verantwortungsvolle Firma denken wir, dass es äußerst wichtig ist, die Talente in diesen Bereichen zu unterstützen. Die Tatsache, dass wir den ERE Recruiting Excellence Award mit Growww gewonnen haben ist der beste Beweis dafür, dass unser globales Bewerberprogramm eines der bestens bewährtesten ist.

Über die MOL Gruppe
Die MOL Gruppe ist eine unabhängiger, integrierter und internationaler Öl- und Gaskonzern mit Sitz in Budapest, Ungarn. Die Gruppe ist in mehr als 40 Ländern tätig und beschäftigt fast 29.000 Mitarbeiter weltweit. Die Explorations- und Produktionsaktivitäten werden durch die mehr als 75-jährige Erfahrung im Bereich von Kohlenwasserstoff unterstützt. Zurzeit wird in 8 Ländern produziert und in 13 Ländern findet Exploration statt. Es gibt vier Raffinerien und zwei petrochemische Anlagen in Ungarn, Slowakei und Kroatien im Rahmen der Aktivitäten der MOL Gruppe. Betrieben werden mehr als 1.700 Tankstellen in 11 Ländern in Zentral- und Südosteuropa.

MOL Group Closes Application with a Record Number for Growww 2014

  • 9,000 graduates applied to MOL Group’s award-winning global graduate recruitment and development program, Growww 2014, 3,000 more than last year
  • The company hires more than 250 top talents via Growww this year at 25 MOL Group companies in 11 countries
  • MOL Group won the 2014 ERE Recruiting Excellence Award in the category of the Best College Recruiting Program for its Growww and Freshhh programs

Budapest, 26th June, 2014 – MOL Group closed the application period of Growww 2014, its global award-winning graduate recruitment and development program. For each of the entry level positions of the program, an average of 36 graduates applied, total number of applicants was 9000. The company gives the opportunity of specialized development for the top talents at 25 MOL Group companies in 11 countries.

Growww aims to develop a new generation of top industry experts globally by supporting their learning process in positions from engineering through business, IT, and natural sciences to social sciences and help them with starting their career at an international company. MOL Group offers graduates a unique opportunity with its recruitment program to reveal the complexity of the industry, and the financial and technical background of the sector. Graduates have to work on real, ongoing projects and suit high requirements during the one year long Growww program with the help of professional mentors. The mentoring system supports Growwwers in proving themselves in a cross-cultural working environment, and provides possibilities to develop their skills month by month. Only the best of the best will be chosen to take part in the program. This year, positions for Growwwers are open at 25 MOL Group member companies in 11 countries including Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Iraq, Pakistan, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia.

“We have employed 1,350 Growwwers since we started the program in 2007, and a number of our managers in all countries come from the Growww population. 80% of former program participants have been hired after finishing the program, and 90% of them still work at the company. 20% of these participants have been promoted which demonstrates the success of our program well,” says Zdravka Demeter Bubalo, HR Vice President of MOL Group. “Careers in engineering and natural sciences are less popular with youngsters these days. As an international and responsible company we believe it is of utmost importance to support top talents on these fields. Winning the ERE Recruiting Excellence Award with Growww as the Best College Recruiting Program globally proved to us that our approach is an industry best practice.”

About MOL Group

MOL Group is an integrated, independent, international oil and gas company, headquartered in Budapest, Hungary. It has operations in over 40 countries and employs almost 29,000 people worldwide. MOL’s exploration and production activities are supported by more than 75 years’ experience in the hydrocarbon field. At the moment, there are production activities in 8 countries and exploration assets in 13 countries. The Group operates four refineries and two petrochemicals plants, under integrated supply chain management, in Hungary, Slovakia and Croatia. MOL Group also owns a network of over 1,700 service stations across 11 countries in Central & South Eastern Europe.

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MOL Group Affirmed its Growth Strategy in Russia at the 21st World Petroleum Congress

  • MOL Group actively looks for investment opportunities in Russia
  • MOL Group CEO József Molnár was keynote speaker of “Sustainable financing of the industry”
  • 21th World Petroleum Congress (WPC) finished today with participation of 65 countries from all over the world

MOSCOW - 19 June 2014 – During the five-day-long conference in Moscow, with the participation of 65 OPEC and non-OPEC countries, covering 95 percent of the world oil and gas industry, MOL Group’s Chief Executive Officer József Molnár joined other leaders to be one of the keynote speakers.

With a strong background in finance, József Molnár spoke to a packed auditorium and delivered a keynote speech on the subject of “Sustainable financing of the industry”. Mr Molnár explained how MOL Group has financed its recent expansion and adapted new strategy in this challenging business environment. During the conference Mr Molnár emphasized, that MOL looks for further investments in Russia.

On a press conference after the plenary session József Molnár, Chief Executive Officer, MOL Group said: “For MOL Group, the Russian upstream market is a great place to invest and we are actively looking for new opportunities to meet our growth targets. We are already conducting some exploration within our existing assets and we very much look forward to positive results”.

There was further involvement from MOL Group within the technical programme, where company experts presented research looking at potential solutions to the problems of overpressure and migration when drilling, as well as how the company has complied with tougher EU legislation on chemicals – all live and potentially costly HSE issues for oil and gas companies in Europe and beyond.

Alexander Dodds, Executive Vice President of Exploration and Production, spoke of MOL Group’s recent successes and expansion plans for the future at the joint stand of the Hungarian and the Slovakian National Committee: “Our aim at MOL Group is to complement exploration with more opportunity development in existing, discovered assets and acquisition opportunities. We need both.”

About MOL Group

MOL Group is an integrated, independent, international oil and gas company, headquartered in Budapest, Hungary. It has operations in over 40 countries and employs around 29,000 people worldwide. MOL’s exploration and production activities are supported by more than 75 years’ experience in the hydrocarbon field. At the moment, there are production plants in 8 countries and exploration assets in 13 countries. The Group operates four refineries and two petrochemicals plants, under integrated supply chain management, in Hungary, Slovakia and Croatia. MOL Group also owns a network of over 1,700 service stations across 11 countries in Central & South Eastern Europe.

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Team “Amord” aus Serbien gewinnt den MOL Group Freshhh Wettbewerb

  • Freshhh 2014: 1.570 teilnehmende Teams - EUR 20.000 Preisgeld – Karrierechancen in der MOL Gruppe
  • Seit kurzem steht es fest: das Gewinner-Team des diesjährigen Freshhh-Bewerbs kommt von der Universität Belgrad, Serbien
  • MOL fördert und unterstützt mit Freshhh junge, begeisterte Top-StudentInnen

Das serbische Team gewann den heurigen, länderübergreifend ausgetragenen Studenten-Wettbewerb Freshhh. Im Finale in Budapest stellten sich 5 Top-Teams aus 4 Ländern mit ihren Ideen und Ergebnissen einer internationalen Fachjury.

In der dritten und letzten Runde des Freshhh-Bewerbs galt es im Live-Finale für die fünf  Top-Teams aus Ungarn, Pakistan, Polen und Serbien noch einmal alle Kräfte zu mobilisieren und um den Hauptpreis zu kämpfen. Denn zu gewinnen gab es Preisgelder in der Höhe von insgesamt EUR 20.000 sowie die Möglichkeit am Graduierten-Programm MOL Growww teilzunehmen. Das Team aus Serbien konnte dieses Jahr die Fachjury bestens überzeugen und sicherte sich somit den Gesamtsieg. Auf dem zweiten Platz landete das ungarische Team der Universität Budapest, gefolgt vom Team aus Polen mit Studierenden der Universität Warschau auf dem dritten Platz.

“Wir sind sehr stolz; es ist uns eine große Ehre einen dermaßen hochkarätigen und anspruchsvollen Wettbewerb zu gewinnen. Wir hatten sehr viel Spaß und konnten viele neue Eindrücke und Erfahrungen sammeln“ meint Uros Denic vom serbischen Gewinner-Team.

The Serbian “Amcord” Team Wins MOL Group’s Freshhh Competition

  • Winner team of Freshhh 2014 is from Serbia, the University of Belgrade, as announced at today’s Live Final event
  • The top 5 out of 1570 teams competed for a total prize of 20 000 EUR and a potential career at MOL Group
  • With its award winning programs, MOL Group enables young talents in natural sciences to develop in their fields of interest

Budapest, 28th May 2014 – The Serbian team won Freshhh 2014, MOL Group’s international oil and gas student competition. At Freshhh Live Final in Budapest, the top five teams from four countries had to prove their knowledge in front of MOL Group’s international jury that comprises of the group’s top management.

Freshhh Live Final, the third and last round of the competition was held today in Budapest, where the top five teams – two from Hungary, the other three from Pakistan, Poland and Serbia – competed for the main prize. The three finalists won 20,000 Euros and the opportunity to join Growww, the graduate talent development program of MOL Group. The Serbian team proved to be the best. The Hungarian team from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics came to the second place, while the Polish team from the Warsaw University of Technology came to the third place.

“The main goal of the competition beyond providing a fun game is to give a career opportunity at MOL Group, for which Freshhh is a great starting point,” says Zdravka Demeter Bubalo, HR Vice President of the Group. “It is of utmost importance for MOL Group to find the top talents and attract them to contribute to the success of our business. Natural sciences are less and less popular nowadays, but Freshhh gives university students an early experience of the challenges they can face in the industry. We are committed to develop the best talents to become experts in an international environment.”

“We are extremely excited; it is a great honor to win such a complex and robust competition. This was definitely one of the most intense and fun experiences ever for us,” said leader of the winning team Uros Denic.

About the competition

MOL Group has organized Freshhh since 2007. The program aims at attracting and developing new talents within the operation of the company. In the last seven years, 10,000 students with 3,500 teams from 250 universities in 70 countries competed within the frames of the program. Many of them are now successful employees of MOL Group all over the world. MOL Group won the 2014 ERE Recruiting Excellence Award in Best College Recruiting Program category for its Freshhh and Growww programs.

Who can apply?

The Freshhh competition is designed for university and college students. All team members must be currently enrolled in university or college education. PhD students are allowed to participate in the competition as well. The tasks focus on the oil and gas industry; therefore it is advised to have practicality oriented members in the team.

About MOL Group

MOL Group is an integrated, independent, international oil and gas company, headquartered in Budapest, Hungary. It has operations in over 40 countries and employs almost 29,000 people worldwide. MOL’s exploration and production activities are supported by more than 75 years’ experience in the hydrocarbon field. At the moment, there are production plants in 8 countries and exploration assets in 13 countries. The Group operates four refineries and two petrochemicals plants, under integrated supply chain management, in Hungary, Slovakia and Croatia. MOL Group also owns a network of over 1,700 filling stations across 11 countries in Central & South Eastern Europe.

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More than 30 Millions of HUF MOL Support for Talented Young Sportsmen

Budapest, 24th May 2014 - In 2014, MOL Talent Support Program provides support for 128 applicants, by distributing an amount of more than 30 million HUF. The results were announced at the ‘Great Sport Choice Day’ in Budapest. Some of the young talents had the opportunity to receive their appreciative certificate from Katalin Kovács olympic and world champion in cayak, member of the jury. MOL New Europe Foundation launched also a new call for essays on this occasion „My first sponsor is my family!”.

Young talents between 10 and 18, having already excellent results at national and international competitions but in need of material support for further development are each year invited to apply for support for buying equipment or for travelling costs.

This year, the call for applications launched in March, had, as an answer, nearly 800 applications from more than 40 different branches of sport. The jury and the board of trustees chose those receiving MOL support from them. 113 young people aged between 10-18 received a support of 26 million HUF in all. Trustees’ decisions were guided by former results, but family and financial situation of applicants were equally considered.

MOL, through the Talent Support Class Program, continues to support their earlier applicants having turned 18 but still achieving great sports results. In 2014, 15 young sportsmen receive altogether nearly 5 million HUF in this category.

Among the supportees there are Anna Márton junior world champion in sabre fencing, Anna Sztankovics Anna swimmer, who has participated already in London OG and Richárd Rapport, the best junior Hungarian chess player.

The certificate were handed over by Katalin Kovács Kovács olympic and world champion in cayak, member of the jury.

”I hope that my new born baby will do some sport as well. If she will have good results, I will be very proud as her mother of course and also thankful if she will be assisted by a financial grant similar to MOL Talent Support. According to my experience of recent years as active professional sportswoman I know exactly that in each sport the concurrence is even bigger and bigger and every professional has a great need to be supported if the aim is to be the best!” – said Katalin Kovács at the Budapest Great Sport Choice Day where results of 2014 MOL Talent Support program have been announced.

MOL, New Europe Foundation and the promoters of Great Sports Choice Day are aware of the fact that young talents need a very important family background to be able to reach their first good results. In order to spotlight these efforts the three organisations have launched a new call for essays: „My first sponsor is my family!” to which young athletes can apply who are ready to present in a short essay what essential support they had received from their parents and families. Best presentations will be awarded in September on the next Great Sport Choice Day.

This call for essays is a brand new element of our talent portfolio. Having run our talent support program for several years we have seen very clearly what sacrifices the parents are ready to make. They spare no efforts, time and money if the happiness of their children is in question. But these efforts are rarely brought to light. We would like to draw attention to these families and underline the importance of those support programs like MOL Talent Support who can help them.”– said Mrs Andrea Gábor, Director of New Europe Foundation.

Since MOL first launched the Talent Support Program in 2005, more than 1600 young sportmen and their teams have received the support of a total of more than 300 million HUF.

List of granted young athletes can be reached here.

MOL Group Announces Q1 2014 Results

  • MOL Group delivered a clean CCS EBITDA of HUF 105bn
  • In Upstream, MOL Group reports higher hydrocarbon production compared to Q4 and is expected to return to growth path in 2014
  • Downstream results continued to suffer from severe external refining conditions, but demand growth in core markets and the strengthening of MOL Group’s position in CEE is encouraging
  • Gas Midstream results were heavily burdened by the forced sales of Prirodni Plin’s gas inventory.

Budapest, 8th May 2014 – Today, MOL Group announced its first quarter financial results. The Group generated a clean CCS EBITDA of HUF 105bn, which is 15% lower than previous quarter. MOL Group delivered weaker figures in Upstream but reported higher hydrocarbon production. Downstream clean CCS-based EBITDA remained flat compared to the previous quarter.

In Q1 2014, MOL Group generated a clean CCS EBITDA of HUF 105bn lower than the previous quarter by 15% mainly as a result of weaker figures in Upstream and losses at Croatian Prirodni Plin. The drop back in Upstream was almost fully attributable to the fact that Q4 2013 results were boosted by considerable provision revision for field abandonment costs and provision release related to Hungarian fields, items not present in the quarter just ended. However, MOL Group reported higher hydrocarbon production (2%) and operated in a more favourable foreign exchange environment.

In Downstream, similarly to Q4 2013, severe external refining conditions remained throughout Q1 2014 as well, and Downstream clean CCS-based EBITDA remained flat compared to the previous quarter. While MOL Group continued the implementation of the New Downstream Program the reported period was impacted by unplanned shutdowns hindering refining performance. Transformation of Mantova refinery to logistics depot started, consequently temporarily increasing the operating costs. On the positive side, there has been a demand growth in the core markets (4%), especially in Hungary, which was mainly driven by motor fuel consumption ramp-up.

Gas Midstream reported loss due to forced sale of Croatian Prirodni Plin’s gas inventory and related write-downs, causing HUF 15bn deterioration on EBITDA level. In quarterly comparison the result was also lowered by the fact that Hungarian storage business (MMBF) was divested at the end of 2013, while domestic gas transmission business was negatively affected by lowered regulated returns as well as mild weather.

MOL Chairman-CEO Zsolt Hernádi commented on the results: “Both regulatory and macro environment made tough the first quarter of the year. However I’m confident that we will overcome the challenges and 2014 will be a successful year for MOL. For this, the contribution of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq will be crucial and we already booked the first visible barrels from the region this quarter. We are now ready to accelerate the work program in line with the recently submitted Akri-Bijeel block Field Development Plan. We also finished up the North Sea transaction and are ready to start our work on our new portfolio, which will contribute to Group results by the second quarter. Going forward down this road, we are still looking for attractive M & A opportunities to achieve a step change in Upstream in 2014. In Downstream, refining macro conditions remained tough. However, demand recovery in our core markets is quite encouraging. From this perspective, it is especially satisfactory that we managed to strengthen our positions and captive markets across the CEE region even further. Eni assets, acquired by MOL Group yesterday in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania, fit very well into our current portfolio and significantly reinforce our retail positions in these countries.”

About MOL Group

MOL Group is an integrated, independent, international oil and gas company, headquartered in Budapest, Hungary. It has operations in over 40 countries and employs almost 29,000 people worldwide. MOL’s exploration and production activities are supported by more than 75 years’ experience in the hydrocarbon field. At the moment, there are production plants in 8 countries and exploration assets in 13 countries. The Group operates four refineries and two petrochemicals plants, under integrated supply chain management, in Hungary, Slovakia and Croatia. MOL Group also owns a network of over 1,700 service stations across 11 countries in Central & South Eastern Europe.

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Statement by MOL Group CEO after the negotiations with the Croatian Government

We would like to inform you that after today’s negotiations with the Government of Croatia MOL Group CEO József Molnár made the following statement to the press:

“Today, our meeting was once again held in a constructive atmosphere. We agreed to meet at the end of May to accelerate the negotiations. We are ready to continue the negotiations but not at any costs.”

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MOL Group Acquires 208 Filling Stations in Three CEE Countries

  • MOL Group’s retail network grows to almost 2,000 service stations across 11 countries
  • The Group’s market presence expands significantly in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania
  • Retail network expansion further strengthens MOL Group’s leading role in CEE

BUDAPEST, Hungary – 7th May 2014 – Today, MOL Group announced the sale-purchase agreement with Eni for its downstream businesses in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania, including retail network (currently under Agip brand). This step contributes greatly to the Group’s Downstream strategy of increasing retail market presence, country coverage and customer base. The take-over of Eni’s wholesale business in the given countries is also part of the agreement.

In line with its growth strategy, MOL Group announces the acquisition of Eni’s retail network in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania. By the integration of these networks, MOL Group targets further pronounced wholesale and retail synergies, quality enhancements in products and services, as well as operational excellence.

“This acquisition is a milestone in our retail growth strategy in CEE. The average throughput of the acquired service stations is in the top three among branded players in the Czech fuel retail market. Moreover, MOL Group becomes the second largest retail player in terms of network share on the Czech market. The group significantly increases its retail coverage in Romania and makes a great step to further enhance Slovnaft’s brand perception in Slovakia.” – said Lars Höglund, Senior Vice President of MOL Group Retail.

MOL Group’s position in the Czech Republic will be greatly strengthened by this acquisition: 125 new service stations together with Slovnaft’s 24 and PAP Oil’s 125 stations, will grant MOL Group a retail market share exceeding 10%. Furthermore the average throughput of the total acquired network is almost twice as high as the national average.

In Slovakia, the total network size will reach 253 stations. Additionally, the newly acquired 41 service stations further improve Slovnaft´s average throughput and customer value proposition.

In Romania, the acquisition is a major step for MOL Group in achieving its strategic plan to increase its market share. As a result of integrating the 42 acquired service stations, MOL Romania will reach a network of 189 units, placed in high traffic and premium locations, thus the Group will realize its growth targets in the Romanian fuel retail market and will further increase its network coverage.

The acquisition package also includes the wholesale activities as well as taking over the management of the headquarters.

MOL has also agreed to purchase Eni’s stake in Ceska Rafinerska (CRC); however, Unipetrol the majority owner of CRC possesses pre-emption right connected to the sale of the CRC shares.

Completion of the deal is subject to the fulfilment of certain pre-conditions, among others obtaining of the necessary antitrust clearances.

About MOL Group

MOL Group is an integrated, independent, international oil and gas company, headquartered in Budapest, Hungary. It has operations in over 40 countries and employs almost 29,000 people worldwide. MOL’s exploration and production activities are supported by more than 75 years’ experience in the hydrocarbon field. At the moment, there are production activities in 8 countries and exploration assets in 13 countries. The Group operates four refineries and two petrochemicals plants, under integrated supply chain management, in Hungary, Slovakia and Croatia. MOL Group also owns a network of over 1,700 service stations across 11 countries in Central & South Eastern Europe.

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Statement by MOL Group CEO after the negotiations with the Croatian Government

We would like to inform you that after today’s negotiations with the Government of Croatia MOL Group CEO József Molnár made the following statement to the press:

“Today, our meeting was once again held in a constructive atmosphere. We agreed to meet at the end of May to accelerate the negotiations. We are ready to continue the negotiations but not at any costs.”

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