Natural Gas Transmission System Operator
27 12.2019
Agreement signed on financing construction works for enhancement of the Latvia–Lithuania Interconnection

The European Commission’s Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) has signed an agreement with the Lithuanian and Latvian gas transmission system operators on financing construction works for the project to enhance the capacity of the interconnection between Lithuania and Latvia. Total investment for this project will amount to EUR 10.2 million.

29 10.2019
Amber Grid will re-evaluate the final tender proposals for construction of the gas interconnection between Poland and Lithuania

Amber Grid will re-evaluate the final public procurement tender proposals for the construction of gas interconnection between Poland and Lithuania (GIPL) in line with the findings indicated by the country’s Public Procurement Office.

28 10.2019
Due to resignation of Saulius Bilys, CEO of Amber Grid, Nemunas Biknius was appointed interim CEO of the company

The Board of Amber Grid has temporarily appointed chairman of the Board Nemunas Biknius as a CEO of the company. He will take up the post after the CEO of Amber Grid Saulius Bilys has resigned on October 28 due to personal reasons.

11 10.2019
Gas consumption in Lithuania has grown by 10%, increased gas transmission to the Baltics

Within three quarters of 2019, gas consumption in Lithuania has increased by 10 percent, and under favorable conditions in the international gas market, gas transmission to the neighboring Baltic States has almost doubled.

24 09.2019
Natural gas transmission services prices will reduce in 2020 – Amber Grid Board has set transmission services prices

On the 23rd of September Amber Grid Board set the natural gas transmission prices for 2020. The approved natural gas transmission service prices have been submitted to the National Energy Regulatory Council (NERC) for evaluation.

In 2020, the average price of transmission services for the needs of Lithuanian consumers (considering long-term and short-term services), compared to the average price in 2019, will fall on average by slightly more than 16% - to 1.22 EUR / MWh.


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