08 05.2019
Amber Grid reports EUR 15 million revenue in Q1 2019

The natural gas transmission system operator Amber Grid, part of state-owned energy transmission and exchange group EPSO-G earned EUR 15 million in revenue in the first three months of the year compared to EUR 15.6 million in the same period a year ago. The company’s revenue and the financial result was affected by lower demand for gas transportation services due to warmer temperatures in the first three months of 2019.

02 04.2019
Take a look at the GIPL project – a short video about what's most important

We invite you to watch a short video about the GIPL project. We present briefly the benefits of the project, partners, technical data and the schedule of the planned works.

Video about GIPL project

26 03.2019
Amber Grid begins reconstruction of the pipeline of regional significance of the estimated value of 8,1 million EUR

Amber Grid starts works of reconstruction of the sections of the international gas pipeline Vilnius-Panevėžys-Riga that stretch to the Lithuanian-Latvian border. A contract with the company MT Group was signed for the reconstruction of the pipeline. The total value of the project amounts to 8,1 million EUR (VAT exclusive), half of the funds were allocated from the European Union Structural Funds. Works of the reconstruction of the pipeline are expected to last until the end of the year.

15 03.2019
Amber Grid modernized for 5.6 million EUR a significant element of the gas transmission system
Amber Grid completed a project of the modernisation of gas transmission system node. Investments in the three-year renewal of Panevėžys Compressor Station amount to 5.6 million EUR. The upgrading of the station is important for ensuring the safety and reliability of the natural gas transmission system of Lithuania and the Baltic region. 
 
14 02.2019
Interim unaudited operating results of 2018 of Amber Grid

Continuing active implementation of strategic projects, 2018 AB Amber Grid performed stably, providing services to system users significantly cheaper for the second consecutive year, and continued targeted improvement of its activities.

 

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