Natural Gas Transmission System Operator
20 05.2022
Amber Grid has set gas transmission service prices for 2023

The increase in gas prices over the past year has adjusted the price of gas transmission services for next year, recommending to set the average price of gas transmission for Lithuanian consumers at EUR 1.39 per megawatt-hour (Eur/MWh). 

05 05.2022
Amber Grid revenue for the first quarter of 2022 has reached EUR 29.6 million

Revenues of Lithuanian gas transmission system operator Amber Grid in the first quarter of 2022 grew to EUR 29.6 million, or 54.2% more than in the same period last year, when the revenues amounted to EUR 19.2 million. During the reporting period gas transmission revenues amounted to 15.4 (in first quarter of 2021– EUR 16.7 million) and balancing and other income – EUR 13.4 million (in first quarter of 2021 – EUR 1.8 million). This changes in revenue were driven by high gas prices, higher balancing volumes and higher volumes of gas transported to Latvia.

05 05.2022
GIPL Pipeline to Boost Energy Security in the Baltic Region and Poland Officially Opened

The Lithuanian-Polish gas pipeline GIPL, which became operational in May, ended the energy isolation of the Baltic States and Finland, integrating the countries into the EU’s single gas network. The new gas import and export route was officially opened on 5 May thus marking a historic event for a region that has long been an energy island, heavily dependent on Russian gas imports. The long-awaited GIPL pipeline strengthens the region’s energy independence and allows the full potential of the Klaipėda LNG terminal to be exploited.

29 04.2022
Vytautas Bitinas elected Chairman of the Board of Amber Grid
On 27 April 2022, the Board of Amber Grid AB elected Vytautas Bitinas, Director of Strategy and Development of EPSO-G, as Chairman of the Board. He is responsible for shaping, managing and overseeing the Group's strategy.
14 04.2022
Amber Grid saves more than EUR 45,000 this year by starting its own electricity production

Amber Grid, the Lithuanian gas transmission system operator, has been making a concerted effort to reduce the amount of electricity it purchases, not only to reduce the cost of electricity, but also to make a significant contribution to the reduction of CO2 emissions in its day-to-day operations. The company's 1.5 megawatt (MW) solar power plants help it to achieve these goals, and this year alone they have supplied its facilities with more than EUR 45,000 worth of green electricity, saving 190 tonnes of CO2 since their commissioning.

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