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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 23.02.2018, 20:04

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Natgas sales of Eesti Gaas down 7.6% in January y-o-y

Natgas sales of Eesti Gaas down 7.6% in January y-o-y

23.02.2018

The Estonian natural gas and electricity seller Eesti Gaas sold 62.3 million cubic meters of gas in January 2018, which is 7.6% less than in the same month last year, informs LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Energy, Estonia, Gas



Latvijas Gaze subsidiary Gaso submits new tariff plans to regulator

Latvijas Gaze subsidiary Gaso submits new tariff plans to regulator

22.02.2018

Latvijas Gaze subsidiary Gaso has submitted its new tariff plan for distribution of natural gas to the Public Utilities Commission or the regulator. According to the new plan, natural gas distribution tariffs will be reduced by 18-46% to more than 95% of consumers, the company’s representatives reported LETA.

Ex-ambassador: Lithuania broke its promise to Latvia over LNG terminal

Ex-ambassador: Lithuania broke its promise to Latvia over LNG terminal

20.02.2018

Lithuania in the late 2000s promised Latvia to support its efforts to build a liquefied natural gas terminal near Riga, but broke that promise, a former diplomat says, informs LETA/BNS.


Alexela to buy the natural gas portfolio of Adven Eesti

Alexela to buy the natural gas portfolio of Adven Eesti

19.02.2018

Estonia's Alexela is to buy the natural gas portfolio of Adven Eesti and the latter is to buy Gaasienergia AS with the distribution network from Alexela based on a contract signed last week, informs LETA/BNS.

Lithuania, Poland united against Nord Stream 2

Lithuania, Poland united against Nord Stream 2

19.02.2018

The presidents of Lithuania and Poland share a negative opinion on the Russian and German plans of building a Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline on the bottom of the Baltic Sea, informs LETA/BNS.


31.01.2018

Nord Stream 2 receives permit for German territorial waters

Nord Stream 2 AG today received the construction and operation permit for the planned pipeline in German territorial waters and the landfall area in Lubmin, near Greifswald. The Stralsund Mining Authority issued the official approval for this approximately 55-kilometre-long section of the pipeline in accordance with the Energy Industry Act (EnWG).

26.01.2018

Ukraine’s last chance to prevent Nord Stream 2

Ukraine is running out of time to provide western gas consumers with the necessary trust to abandon the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project, informs Bruegel.org. This opinion piece was also published in European Pravda.

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