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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 14.10.2019, 02:23

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LDz concludes EUR 319 mln agreement on railway electrification

LDz concludes EUR 319 mln agreement on railway electrification

10.10.2019

The Central Finance and Contracting Agency (CFCA) has concluded an agreement with Latvia's state-owned rail company Latvijas Dzelzcels (LDz, Latvian Railways) on granting over EUR 318 mln from the European Union Cohesion Fund for development of electric train infrastructure, the CFCA informed LETA.

Keyword tags: Construction, Energy, EU – Baltic States, Financial Services, Good for Business, Latvia, Transport



Wholesale electricity prices fall across Baltics w-o-w- Elektrum Lietuva

Wholesale electricity prices fall across Baltics w-o-w- Elektrum Lietuva

08.10.2019

Wholesale electricity prices declined across the Baltic region last week, with the lowest price registered in Lithuania, Elektrum Lietuva said LETA/BNS.

EU approves EUR 4.9 mln for Lithuanian-Latvian gas pipeline

EU approves EUR 4.9 mln for Lithuanian-Latvian gas pipeline

07.10.2019

Lithuania and Latvian will receive almost 4.9 mln euros in EU funding for enhancing the capacity of the natural gas interconnection between the two neighboring countries, informed LETA/BNS.


Perry in Vilnius: US LNG will become increasingly competitive

Perry in Vilnius: US LNG will become increasingly competitive

07.10.2019

US liquefied natural gas (LNG) is the right choice for Lithuania which is looking for a reliable supplier and energy partner, US Energy Secretary Rick Perry said in Vilnius on Monday, adding that American gas will become increasingly competitive, citing LETA/BNS.

Estonia: Increasing number of households opting for renewable energy

Estonia: Increasing number of households opting for renewable energy

07.10.2019

Compared with 2018, the number of green energy contracts serviced by the state-owned energy group Eesti Energia has increased by a third -- as of September some 15,000 households run on electricity produced fully from renewable resources, writes LETA/BNS.


03.10.2019

Lithuanian, Latvian presidents admit differences on Belarusian nuclear power imports

The Lithuanian and Latvian presidents say they agree on the need to demand that the Astravyets Nuclear Power Plant should comply with international safety standards, but admit that the two countries remain divided on the issue of blocking electricity from the Belarusian facility.

02.10.2019

Lithuania's Modus Group to invest EUR 38 mln into solar power plants in Spain

Lithuania's Modus Group is planning to invest at least 38 mln euros by the end of 2020 in the development of solar power plant farms in Spain, reported LETA/BNS.

01.10.2019

Estonia: Balticconnector pipeline to be completed by year-end

The Estonia-Finland gas interconnection Balticconnector, the length of which in Estonia is 55 kilometers and the cost 43.4 mln euros, will be completed by December this year, informed LETA/BNS.

01.10.2019

Astravyets accident response exercise kicks off in Lithuania amid sounding sirens

Blaring emergency sirens across Lithuania marked the start of a four-day civil protection exercise aimed at testing the authorities' readiness to respond to a potential nuclear accident at Belarus' Astravyets Nuclear Power Plant., informed LETA/BNS.

01.10.2019

Economics minister considers shifting MPC costs to CO2 polluters in transport and energy sectors

One of the solutions for phasing out the mandatory procurement component (MPC) from people’s electricity bills is to shift the MPC costs to companies emitting the highest levels of carbon dioxide (CO2), Economics Minister Ralfs Nemiro (KPV LV) told LETA.

30.09.2019

Lithuania's Klaipedos Nafta sells stake in charterer of LNG bunker vessel Kairos

Lithuania's Klaipedos Nafta has sold its 10% stake in Blue LNG, the charterer of the Kairos, the world's largest LNG bunker supply vessel, to Nauticor, thus making the German company its only owner. The deal took effect on Monday, informed LETA/BNS.

27.09.2019

IONITY’s fast-charging network to be deployed in the Baltics

IONITY, a joint venture of the BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford Motor Company and the Volkswagen Group with Porsche AG, developing a 350 kW High-Power Charging (HPC) network for electric vehicles in Europe, has signed a contract with Lithuanian traffic engineering solutions company GATAS, to build a network of 6 charging stations in the Baltic states by the end of 2020, informed IONITY`s representative.

26.09.2019

Nord Stream 2 seeks arbitration in dispute with EU Commission

The Russian-owned Nord Stream 2 pipeline consortium filed a notice on Thursday (26 September), asking a tribunal of private arbiters to determine whether the European Union is in breach of its obligations under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT).

26.09.2019

Lithuanian PM: Astravyets remains key issue in ties with Belarus

nsuring safety at Belarus' Astravyets nuclear power plant under construction close to the Lithuanian border remains the key issue as Vilnius seeks a more open dialog with Minsk, Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis told the Ziniu Radijas radio station.

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