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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 24.03.2017, 23:55

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Nordstream 2 likely to win recognition as legitimate project

Nordstream 2 likely to win recognition as legitimate project

24.03.2017

One particular country’s interests will probably prevail in institutions supervised by the European Commission and the Nordstream 2 project will be found to be in line with EU laws, European Parliament member Roberts Zile told LETA.

Keyword tags: Construction, EU – Baltic States, EU – CIS, Gas, Gas Market , Russia



Lithuania to seek money through bailiffs as Gazprom fails to pay EUR 36 mln fine

Lithuania to seek money through bailiffs as Gazprom fails to pay EUR 36 mln fine

23.03.2017

Russia's gas giant Gazprom has missed a deadline for paying a 36-million-euro anti-trust fine to Lithuania and the authorities will now seek to recover the money through bailiffs.

Eesti Gaas getting LNG also from Poland

Eesti Gaas getting LNG also from Poland

22.03.2017

Eesti Gaas has started to import liquefied natural gas (LNG) also from Poland, in addition to Russia where it has been getting its LNG from so far, writes LETA/BNS.


Eesti Gaas sells 1.3 mln cum more natgas in February

Eesti Gaas sells 1.3 mln cum more natgas in February

20.03.2017

AS Eesti Gaas sold 57.7 mln cubic meters of natural gas in February, 1.3 million cubic meters more than in February 2016, reports LETA/BNS.

Conexus Baltic Grid warns of possible closure of Incukalns gas storage facility

Conexus Baltic Grid warns of possible closure of Incukalns gas storage facility

17.03.2017

Incukalns underground natural gas storage facility might be closed if a solution on financing its operational costs is not found, Conexus Baltic Grid natural gas transmission and storage operator’s representative Sandra Adamsone said LETA/BNS.


15.03.2017

Estonia's natgas imports climb 4.7% on year in February

The import of natural gas to Estonia in February increased by 4.7% over February 2016 to 64.8 mln cubic meters, the transmission system operator Elering said LETA/BNS.

15.03.2017

Lithuania expects to be competitive after Latvia scraps gas monopoly

he wedge made by monopoly Latvijas Gaze (Latvian Gas) between the liberalized gas markets between Lithuania and Estonia will soon be removed – Latvia is the last of the three Baltic states to liberalize its gas market in a move that is expected to facilitate the trade among the countries, and Lietuvos Energija (Lithuanian Energy) holding hopes to offer gas at a better price than Latvijas Gaze, writes LETA/BNS.

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