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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 19.02.2019, 15:25

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LNG bunker vessel Kairos performing its 3rd LNG reload operation in Klaipeda

LNG bunker vessel Kairos performing its 3rd LNG reload operation in Klaipeda

19.02.2019

The world's largest LNG bunker vessel Kairos has arrived in Klaipeda for the third time and is on Tuesday reloading gas from Klaipedos Nafta's floating LNG terminal into its onshore LNG reloading station, reported LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Energy, Gas Market , Lithuania, Port, Transport



Electricity prices across Baltics fall further w-o-w

Electricity prices across Baltics fall further w-o-w

19.02.2019

Electricity market prices fell by around 10 percent across the Baltic region last week, driven down, among other factors, by warmer weather which curbed demand, the independent electricity supplier Elektrum Lietuva said on Tuesday.

Supervision engineer's selection stalls Ignalina NPP waste repository tender

Supervision engineer's selection stalls Ignalina NPP waste repository tender

18.02.2019

As the technical supervision tender for the construction of a waste repository for Lithuania's Ignalina nuclear power plant, now undergoing decommissioning, is stalling, the nuclear facility no longer wants to wait and plans to call a tender soon for the contractor of the repository worth around 100 mln euros, informed LETA/BNS.


Elering pays out EUR 7.5 mln in renewable energy subsidy in January

Elering pays out EUR 7.5 mln in renewable energy subsidy in January

18.02.2019

Estonian transmission system operator (TSO) Elering paid out altogether 7 mln euros in renewable energy support and 420,400 euros in high-efficiency cogeneration support January, and the largest recipients of the subsidy were Eesti Energia group subsidiaries Enefit Green and Nelja Energia, informed LETA/BNS.

Zilinskis ir Co to build transformer station in Lithuania's Alytus for EUR 21.6 mln

Zilinskis ir Co to build transformer station in Lithuania's Alytus for EUR 21.6 mln

15.02.2019

Zilinskis ir Co, a Lithuanian energy infrastructure builder, has won the tender for the expansion of the transformer station in Alytus, southern Lithuania, a project important for the synchronization of the Baltic states' power systems with that of continental Europe, informed LETA/BNS.


14.02.2019

Elektrum will start selling natural gas to households in Latvia next week

Latvenergo energy company will start selling natural gas to households under its Elektrum brand starting next week, said Latvenergo board member Uldis Bariss in an interview with commercial LNT television today.

14.02.2019

Elering signs agreement to launch joint gas market with Finland, Latvia

The Estonian transmission system operator Elering has signed a new voluntary agreement on inter-TSO compensation with the gas transmission system operators in Finland and Latvia, which enables the functioning of a single gas transmission tariff zone for Finland, Estonia and Latvia from the beginning of 2020, Elering said.

13.02.2019

LEG receives EUR 9.3 mln paid by Alstom Power as compensation to Lithuania

The Finance Ministry transferred on Monday around 9.28 mln euros to Lietuvos Energijos Gamyba (Lithuanian Energy Production, or LEG) as compensation for damage caused by Alstom Power, a unit of France's Alstom , informed LETA/BNS.

13.02.2019

BA committees to discuss Baltic gas and electricity markets on Friday

The Baltic Assembly’s (BA) Economic, Energy and Innovation Committee at a joint meeting with the Natural Resources Committee this Friday will address issues concerning the Baltic gas and electricity markets, as well as progress of the Rail Baltica railway project, members of the Saeima Foreign Relations Committee’s Baltic Affairs Subcommittee were told LETA,

12.02.2019

Lithuanian Energy looking for partners for offshore wind farm projects

Lietuvos Energija, one of the largest state-owned energy companies in the Baltic States, announces international search for a strategic partner to develop offshore wind energy projects. Lithuanian company has initiated an Expression of Interest (EOI) process to select an experienced partner for the development of projects in the European Economic Area, Dominykas Tuckus, a board member at Lietuvos Energija, said in a statement.

08.02.2019

In 2017, primary energy consumption fell most in Estonia in EU

In 2017, energy consumption in the European Union (EU) continued to increase for the third consecutive year, thus moving away from the energy efficiency targets. Primary energy consumption amounted to 1 561 million tonnes of oil equivalent (Mtoe), while final energy consumption reached 1 222 Mtoe. Compared with last year, both levels increased by around 1%, informed Eurostat.

07.02.2019

Espoo: Belarus picked site for Astravyets NPP in violation of convention

Espoo Convention countries concluded on Thursday that the construction site for the Astravyets nuclear power plant near the Lithuanian border was chosen in violation of the Espoo Convention, Lithuanian Energy Minister Zygimantas Vaiciunas, who led the Lithuanian delegation in Geneva, told LETA/BNS.

06.02.2019

Baltic grids' isolated operation test put off due to risk in Kaliningrad - Estonian TSO

The Baltic power grids' planned island mode operation test was put off because of the risk of the same test in Russia's Baltic Sea exclave of Kaliningrad being unsuccessful, Estonia's transmission system operator (TSO), which initiated the postponement, said LETA/BNS.

06.02.2019

Lithuania posts lowest electricity market price in Baltics

Electricity prices fell across the Baltic region last week as a spell of cold weather ended, with the lowest price level registered in Lithuania, Elektrum Lietuva said LETA/BNS.

05.02.2019

Estonia's Elektrilevi signs cooperation agreements with 2 Finnish energy cos

The Estonian state-owned electricity distribution network operator Elektrilevi, part the Eesti Energia group, which has on several occasions cooperated with Finnish companies in setting up district substations in Finland, has entered into cooperation agreements with one of the biggest European electric energy producers Vattenfall Services Nordic and network operator KSS Verkko for the maintenance of the automation devices constructed, reported LETA/BNS.

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