Gazprom rebrand to SEFE Energy

The UK arm of Gazprom, a gas supplier for almost 20% of UK businesses, has changed its name.

From now on, Gazprom Marketing & Trading (GM&T) will be named SEFE Energy – in the 1st days after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, many councils and NHS Trusts rushed to cut ties with the ancillary of the energy giant.

In April, the German Government took over the British arm of Russian state-owned Gazprom after the gas giant disclosed its exit from its German subsidiary and GM&T.

A certification admitted by the governmental body Registrar of Companies implied: “GM&T Limited has changed its name to SEFE Energy Limited.”

Having already amended the display name on its website, the company stated: “SEFE Marketing and Trading is an agile multi commodity trader and trading partner.

“We seek to create value, both on a proprietary basis and for our partners in the gas, LNG, power and environmental products markets.”

Gazprom rebrand to SEFE Energy

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