Central European Gas Hub

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Central European Gas Hub AG
IndustryNatural gas
Founded2005
HeadquartersVienna, Austria
Key people
Gottfried Steiner (CEO)
Bernhard Stamm (CFO)
ServicesGas trading platform
Websitewww.cegh.at

Central European Gas Hub AG (CEGH, formerly known as Gas Hub Baumgarten) is a natural gas company based in Vienna, Austria. It was founded in 2005 as a subsidiary of OMV Gas & Power GmbH. In December 2009, CEGH, together with Wiener Börse AG, opened the CEGH Gas Exchange Spot Market. The Futures market followed in December 2010. CEGH is owned by OMV Gas & Power GmbH (65%), Wiener Börse AG (Vienna Stock Exchange) 20% and the Slovak gas transmission system operator eustream a.s. (15%).[1]

Central European Gas Hub provides a gas trading platform in Austria for international gas trading companies. Since January 2013 CEGH is the operator of the VTP (Virtual Trading Point) in Austria (market area east).

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  1. ^ "Eustream joins Central European Gas Hub" (PDF). Central European Gas Hub AG. Archived from the original (PDF) on 17 May 2014. Retrieved 14 September 2012.

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