Natural Gas Transmission System Operator
15 09.2022
Amber Grid to connect the largest biomethane power plant to the transmission grid

Amber Grid has signed a contract for the connection of a biomethane power plant to the gas transmission system. It is planned that the plant in Pasvalys district, operated by Tube Green UAB, will be able to supply biomethane to the gas transmission network in mid-2023. 

19 08.2022
New versions of the Rules for Access to the Natural Gas Transmission System have been approved

National Energy Regulatory Council approved a new version of AB Amber Grid Rules for Access to the Natural Gas Transmission System on 29th July 2022.

04 08.2022
Amber Grid's revenue for the first half of 2022 grows to EUR 56.5 million

Amber Grid, the Lithuanian gas transmission system operator, saw its revenues grow to EUR 56.5 million in the first half of 2022, up 79% compared to EUR 31.6 million in the same period last year. The bulk of the revenues came from transmission services for the transport of natural gas, amounting to EUR 29.3 million. However, revenues from gas flow balancing services contributed equally to the growth, as did the extremely high gas prices and the redistribution of gas flows in the system, with more gas transported to Latvia and Poland.

02 08.2022
Gas transmission capacity to Latvia to increase by a third from 1 November

As Lithuania and its neighbours increase focus on their gas supply options, the gas transmission capacity from Lithuania to the Latvian gas system will be increased by one third to 90 gigawatt hours (GWh) per day from 1 November. This will be done by accelerating the implementation of the ELLI strategic project. Market participants will be able to transport more gas both to storage in Latvia and for the needs of Latvia, Estonia and Finland. 

26 07.2022
Amber Grid has ensured reliable operation of the Lithuanian gas system in the event of cutting supplies from the east
Amber Grid announces its gas transmission and consumption results for the first half of 2022. A year marked by tectonic shifts in geopolitics, and thus in the energy sector, has seen three major changes: Lithuania has stopped importing gas from Russia, opened another source of gas supply - the GIPL interconnector with Poland, and the Klaipėda LNG terminal has become the most important gas access route to the Baltic Sea region. The Lithuanian gas system has undergone a definitive reorientation and Amber Grid has ensured stability and reliability of the system after abandoning its hitherto main supplier in the east.
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