Hungarian oil and gas company MOL said its gas business will report a loss in the last quarter of 2002, Interfax quoted CEO Gyorgy Mosonyi as saying. The company is unsure of the developments in refining margins, which depend on the end result of the Iraq crisis, he added. The gas business showed small gains during the summer, as industrial demand was high. But household consumption for the winter season will drop the average price of gas considerably, Mosonyi explained. Gas purchase prices are ...

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