Company Overview

MOL Group is a leading integrated Central & East European oil and gas corporation headquartered in Budapest, Hungary. It has operations in over 30 countries and employs 26,000 people worldwide. MOL’s exploration and production activities are supported by 80 years’ experience in the hydrocarbon field.

 

Integrated oil & gas company
Upstream
Exploration
Production
Gas midstream
Downstream
Refining
Petrochemicals
Consumer services
Retail
Mobility

MOL GROUP AT GLANCE

USD 9 BN

Market capitalization

30

Countries of operation

26,000

Number of employees

43

Nationalities

356 MMboe

Reserves SPE 2P

107,4 thousand

Barrels of oil equivalent (boe) produced per day Reserves SPE 2P 356 MMboe

1,881

Service Stations

1,000,000

Retail Transacions per day

4

Refineries

2

Petrochemical facilities

19,542 kt

Refinery throughput

3,262 kt

Petrochemical production


Energy Company of they Year in 2018

Petroleum Economist Award

Transparency Survey Award, 1st place

Budapest Stock Exchange

Dow Jones Susatinability Index

Constituent third year in a row

The Most Attractive Employer

Power+utilities category by Randstadt

OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE

MOL capital and shareholder structure (approximate)

The Company’s share capital amounts to HUF 102,428,682,578 represented by 819,424,824 pieces registered ordinary shares of the series “A” with a par value of HUF 125 and 578 pieces registered ordinary shares of the series “C” with a par value of HUF 1,001 and one piece registered voting preference share of the series “B” with a par value of HUF 1,000 that entitles the holder thereof to preferential rights as specified in the present Articles of Association. The "B" series share is owned by the Hungarian Government.

We have presented the ownership structure of MOL Plc., as at 30 September 2019. 

* According to the Act XXX of 2019 on the Maecenas Universitatis Corvini Foundation and the asset transfer to the Maecenas Universitatis Corvini Foundation and the Corvinus University of Budapest (“MUC Act”), 81.942.946 pieces of series „A” MOL ordinary shares were transferred to the Foundation’s trust management on 5 June 2019. Following the above transaction, MNV Zrt., acting on behalf of the state, continues to directly exercise ownership rights over the state-owned shares with a 15.24% influence, while it also has 10% indirect influence via the shares transferred to the Foundation’s trust management (the Foundation is obliged to exercise its voting rights in relation to the shares transferred to its trust management in accordance with the provisions of 3.§ (5) and 3.§ (6) sections of the MUC Act). 

Please note, that data above do not fully reflect the ownership structure in the Share Register. The registration is not mandatory. The shareholder may exercise its rights towards the company, if the shareholder is registered in the Share Register.

According to the Articles of Association no shareholder or shareholder group may exercise more than 10% of the voting rights.

KEY FINANCIAL FIGURES (2017)

 

CLEAR CCS EBITDA CONTRIBUTION OF THE MAIN SEGMENTS (USD MN)

BEST PRACTICES

By applying alternative energy sources and energy efficiency technology, we opened one of the first “service stations of the future” in Europe. Our new MOL Group environmentally-friendly service station achieved more than 50% in energy savings (120,000 kWh of electricity per annum), made creative use of alternative energy, effectively reduced 30 tonnes of GHG emissions and made conscious use of recycled materials.
Rubber bitumen is produced by recycling the rubber parts of used tires. It can be used in the construction of the long-lasting, high quality roads. We started commercial sales of the product in 2013. We have recycled crumb rubber derived more than 120,000 waste tires until the end of 2017. The product received several awards, such as House of the Hungarian Quality Award in 2013, ECO-label certification in 2014, Hungarian Environmental Innovation Award in 2015, and Innovative Product of the Year by IChemE Global Awards in 2016.
In 2017 our Next Downstream program contributed to 35 thousand tonnes of CO2 emissions savings.
In the household cooking oil campaign, 1306 tonnes of used cooking oil has been collected and sent for recycling at more than 590 MOL Group service stations since 2011.