Deputy State Secretary for Energy Security, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Csaba Marosvari is Hungary’s Deputy State Secretary for Energy Security since June 2023. Prior to his current role he worked nearly 10 years in the Hungarian natural gas industry dealing with gas wholesale business development in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), natural gas supply strategy and diversification of natural gas supply sources and routes in the CEE region’s turbulent geopolitical and natural gas supply situation experienced since 2014. Most of this experience he gained at the Hungarian national energy conglomerate MVM Group where he participated in the Group’s gas wholesale market expansion in the CEE region, its efforts to diversifying gas supply sources and routes as well as its entering new business fields such as LNG and upstream. Mr Marosvári contributed to the signing of new long term supply contract with Gazprom in 2021 and LNG supply contracts for Krk LNG terminal in 2020 that are the cores of Hungary’s gas supply in this decade. Having received multiple corporate awards and recognitions for his work, in 2023 he received MVM Group’s highest professional award, MVM Prima. He has also published articles about the commercial and geopolitical aspects of natural gas supply and has been a welcomed speaker at international and domestic natural gas industry conferences. He received his undergraduate degree from Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary) and his Master’s degrees from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA) and Hult International Business School - Shanghai Campus (USA-based).