Report summaryUpstream activity has taken place in Hungary since the 1800s. Modern exploration and production began in the early 1900s, when the first foreign investors arrived. The Anglo-Persian Oil Company obtained the first foreign held exploration licences in 1911 in the Mura Depression, a sub-basin of the prolific Pannonian Basin. The Hungarian state became involved in hydrocarbon exploration in the 1930s. The first commercial oil and gas fields were discovered by the Hungarian American Oil ...
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