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Eustream to get new CEO

The natural gas transmission company Eustream is soon to get a new chief executive. Miloš Pavlík will take over from Pavol Janočko who is leaving at his own request. Janočko will remain in the company as an adviser to the board of directors, the SITA newswire reported, citing Eustream spokesman Vahram Chuguryan.

The natural gas transmission company Eustream is soon to get a new chief executive. Miloš Pavlík will take over from Pavol Janočko who is leaving at his own request. Janočko will remain in the company as an adviser to the board of directors, the SITA newswire reported, citing Eustream spokesman Vahram Chuguryan.

Janočko served for 19 years as a senior manager at gas utility SPP and has been chief executive of Eustream for the past seven years. "It is therefore quite natural that after so many years of intense work, I would like to ease my pace of life," Janočko said, as quoted by SITA. Miloš Pavlík has been working in the SPP group since 2001 and is currently director of corporate affairs. He will assume his new role will from May 27.

Eustream operates a natural-gas transmission system. The annual capacity of its network is more than 90 billion cubic metres, and covers a total length of 2,270 kilometres. Eustream, which is a subsidiary of SPP, provides comprehensive services in transportation of natural gas.

Source: SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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