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Saturday, 16.10.2021, 15:41
A new LNG shipment from the United States is heading to the Klaipeda-based LNG terminal in Lithuania, marking a fifth such delivery in the new gas year that started in October, writes LETA/BNS.
The Tallinn public transport company Tallinna Linnatranspordi AS (TLT) on Monday announced public procurement for purchasing 100 more compressed natural gas (CNG) powered class one intra-urban buses of the M3 category, informs LETA/BNS.
As of January 1, 2021, natural gas tariffs for households will increase by 5.5 to 9.4% depending on the volume of gas consumed, writes LETA, according to an announcement published by Latvijas Gaze natural gas utility in the official newspaper Latvijas Vestnesis.
Natural gas distribution system operator Gaso posted EUR 34.902 million in turnover in the first nine months of the year, a 6 percent decrease on the first nine months of 2019, while the company's profit decreased 19.4% to EUR 4.787 mln, according to the company's quarterly report, writes LETA.
Lithuania's outgoing government on Wednesday left it for the new Cabinet to decide on the minimum number of LNG shipments the country purchases from Norway's Equinor to keep the Klaipeda LNG terminal operational, writes LETA/BNS.
A new LNG shipment from the United States has been delivered to the Klaipeda-based LNG terminal in Lithuania, marking a fourth such delivery in the new gas year that started in October, writes LETA/BNS.
Lithuania's Energy Ministry's proposal to the country's government to reduce from four to two the number of LNG shipments the country's gas supply company Ignitis buys from Norway's Equinor every year and also to compensate only 10% of the difference between the gas purchase price and the market price has raised concern not only for the Lithuanian company's key shareholder, the Finance Ministry, but also the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development which owns 4% of Ignitis, informs LETA/BNS.