Natural Gas Transmission System Operator
29 11.2019
National Energy Regulatory Council approved the new version of the Rules for Access to the Natural Gas Transmission System

National Energy Regulatory Council has approved a new version of AB Amber Grid Rules for Access to the Natural Gas Transmission System on 28th November 2019. 

 

06 11.2019
Due to increased consumption in Lithuania and volumes of gas transportation to Latvia, in the three quarters of 2019, Amber Grid earned EUR 38.7 million of revenue

In the three quarters of this year, the natural gas transmission system operator Amber Grid, belonging to EPSO-G, a state-owned group of energy transmission and exchange companies, earned EUR 38.7 million of consolidated revenue, compared to EUR 39.1 million of revenue that was earned in the same period last year. The net profit in this period amounted to EUR 7.8 million, while the net profit for the three quarters last year amounted to EUR 7.7 million.

10 10.2019
New Prices for Natural Gas Transmission Services that will come into effect from 1 January 2020

On 10 October 2019, the National Energy Regulatory Council approved AB Amber Grid natural gas transmission services tariffs that will come into effect from 1 January 2020.

New prices for natural gas transmission services are published here.

09 10.2019
Amber Grid digitizes half of the gas transmission system valves

Amber Grid is investing in the reliability and remote control of gas pipelines valves. Once the project will be implemented, half of the valve units in the company's transmission system will be controlled remotely, and the necessary data will be transmitted to the system SCADA. The total value of the Project – EUR 9 million (exclusive of VAT), half of the funds has been drawn in from the EU structural funds.

07 10.2019
The European Commission will finance the construction works of Lithuanian-Latvian gas pipeline capacity enhancement project

The Innovation and Networks Executive Agencies (INEA) under the European Commission approved allocation of funds for the implementation of Lithuanian-Latvian gas pipeline capacity enhancement project.  It is planned that the total investment for this project will amount to EUR 10.2 million.

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