26 04.2017
Transmission capacity allocation between countries will be more effective

The natural gas transmission system operators of the Baltic countries – AB Amber Grid (Lithuania), Connexus Baltic Grid AS (Latvia), and Elering AS (Estonia) – have signed agreements on transmission capacity allocation at connection points between the three Baltic countries.

25 04.2017
Shareholders approved AB Amber Grid operating results and distributed the earnings

The Ordinary Meeting of Shareholders of AB Amber Grid has approved the Company's operating audited results for the year 2016, which did not vary from the preliminary ones that were announced in the begining of the year. The Meeting also approved the Financial statements and the Annual Report.

07 03.2017
EPSO-G group’s strategy : strategic projects, regional development and efficiency

On Tuesday, EPSO-G group, which controls the country’s energy transmission and exchange infrastructure, presented its five-year strategy, which outlines the key activities for a period until 2022. The strategy includes the Group’s financial targets and goals.

23 02.2017
Positive financial performance of AB Amber Grid in 2016 was driven by a considerable increase of income

In 2016 an increased demand for services of Lithuanian natural gas transmission system operator AB Amber Grid has determined a significant growth of income and operational profit of the Company, respectfully. Reported results are preliminary and unaudited.

24 01.2017
Natural Gas Transmission System Operators of the Baltic States Sign Cooperation Agreement on Implementation of Implicit Capacity Allocation Model

On 23 January 2017, the Baltic States natural gas transmission system operators (TSOs), AB Amber Grid (Lithuania), AS Conexus Baltic Grid (Latvia), Elering AS (Estonia), signed a Cooperation Agreement on the Implementation of the Implicit Capacity Allocation Model. The introduction of this model marks a concrete step towards the integration of the national gas markets of the Baltic States. The transmission system operators are introducing the innovations to the capacity allocation model in order to enhance the competitiveness of the Baltic States gas markets and in order to promote cross-border trade in gas.

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