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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 19.02.2019, 15:21

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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



64.1% of Latvian main highways are in good and excellent condition – LVC state road manager

64.1% of Latvian main highways are in good and excellent condition – LVC state road manager

19.02.2019

After the road repairs in 2018, 64.1 percent of Latvia’s main highways are in good and excellent condition, 10.3 percent are in a satisfactory condition, and 25.6 percent are in a poor technical conditions, Latvijas Valsts Celi (LVC) state road manager, reported LETA.

airBaltic carries 12% more passengers in January

airBaltic carries 12% more passengers in January

19.02.2019

In January, Latvian airline airBaltic carried 260,383 or 12 percent more passengers than in the same period last year, the company reported.


Estonia, Latvia would get access to Rail Baltica in Lithuania via exchange – Lithuanian minister

Estonia, Latvia would get access to Rail Baltica in Lithuania via exchange – Lithuanian minister

18.02.2019

Lithuanian Transport Minister Rokas Masiulis has once again reiterated that Lithuania will not hand over the management of the infrastructure of the European standard gauge railway Rail Baltica to any other state after the railway line, set to link the three Baltic states and Poland, is completed. But, he added, clear rules must be created for carriers from all three Baltic states to have equal rights to use this railway, informed LETA/BNS.

Rail freight between Belarus and Latvia grows 29.2% last year

Rail freight between Belarus and Latvia grows 29.2% last year

15.02.2019

Last year, the total rail freight between Belarus and Latvia reached 30.1 mln tons, which is by 29.2% more than in 2017, Latvijas Dzelzcels railway company’s spokeswoman Ella Petermane reported.


15.02.2019

Pasazieru Vilciens decides to buy trains from Skoda Vagonka after reassessing bids

On reassessing the bids submitted in its train supply tender, Latvia’s Pasazeru Vilciens rail passenger carrier has decided to purchase the electric trains from the Czech company Skoda Vagonka, the company’s CEO Rodzers Grigulis told journalists Friday.

15.02.2019

Court sets EUR 200,000 bail for former Rigas Satiksme head Bemhens

The Riga City Vidzeme District Court today set a bail of EUR 200,000 for Leons Bemhens, the former head of Rigas Satiksme municipal transport company who has been arrested in connection with an ongoing probe into alleged corruption in the company, LETA has learned.

15.02.2019

Survey: Tram link between Ulemiste terminal, Old City Harbor possible already in 2023

A tram line connecting the still-to-be-built Ulemiste passenger terminal to the southeast of Tallinn's city center with the Old City Harbor could be built for approximately 26 million euros and could be ready at the end of 2023, a study by the French consultancy firm Egis Rail SA suggests, writes LETA/BNS.

14.02.2019

Magnetic MRO's bonds admitted to First North market of Nasdaq Baltic

The bonds of Magnetic MRO, an aviation maintenance company headquartered in Estonia, were admitted to trading to the Nasdaq Baltic First North by Nasdaq Tallinn as of Thursday, the stock exchange announced.

14.02.2019

Estonian Road Administration to open Haapsalu-Noarootsi ice road Friday

The Estonian Road Administration at 11 a.m. on Friday morning is to open an ice road that connects the northwestern regional capital of Haapsalu and the Noarootsi peninsula, which will be the first ice road of this year, informed LETA/BNS.

14.02.2019

Rail freight in Latvia up 3.6% in January

Freight transportation using the Latvian railway infrastructure amounted to 4.207 mln tons in the first month of this year, up 3.6% from the same period in 2018, the data of the Transport Ministry shows.

13.02.2019

New Freeport of Riga Development Programme Provides for Expanded Port Operations

At the end of last year, the Board of the Freeport of Riga approved a new port development programme for the upcoming decade.he Development Programme 2019-2028 provides for significantly expanded operations at the Port of Riga, facilitating industrialisation and the entry of new companies into the territory of the Freeport of Riga, informed Freeport of Riga press service.

13.02.2019

Number of flights in Lithuanian airspace rises 3.8% to 19,000 in January

The total number of flights handled in Lithuanian airspace rose by 3.8% in January compared with a year ago to 19,000 flights, Oro Navigacija (Air Navigation) said LETA/BNS.

13.02.2019

Freeport of Riga raises cargo turnover 2.6% in January

In January 2019, the Freeport of Riga handled 2.842 mln tons of cargo, which is an increase of 2.6% against the same period a year ago, the port informed.

13.02.2019

airBaltic and Ryanair cancel Wednesday flights between Riga and Belgium

Due to a national strike in Belgium, Latvia’s airBaltic carrier and Ireland’s low-costs airline Ryanair have cancelled their flights between Riga and Belgium on Wednesday, according to information released by Riga International Airport.

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