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Lithuania eyes 700MW offshore wind zone that could meet 25% of its power needs

Lithuania’s energy ministry has submitted a government decree for public consultation on the location of a 700MW wind array off its coast that could provide up to a quarter of the small Baltic nation’s electricity needs.

read more... 15/05/2020


Lithuania could take 'legal measures' to restrict Russian gas imports

A small amount of Russian gas doesn't pose a threat to the country's energy independence, according to the Lithuanian energy minister, after a report by Lithuanian intelligence bodies said Russian supplies pose a risk to national security.

read more... 05/02/2020


Belarus starts importing oil from Norway

Belarusian Oil Company (BOC) has bought a batch of Norwegian oil from Johan Sverdrup with delivery to the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda, reports the Reuters agency.

read more... 21/01/2020


Lithuania selects subsidy-free wind project in 1st renewables auction

A subsidy-free project for a wind farm of about 75 MW is the winner in Lithuania’s first technology-neutral renewables tender.

read more... 20/01/2020


Lithuania transports record volume of gas to the Baltic States

In 2019, Lithuania transported the highest ever recorded volume of gas to the Baltic States. By making targeted investments into the Lithuanian gas infrastructure and its interconnection with neighbouring countries, the gas transmission to the Baltic States increased 2.6-fold in 2019, reaching almost 6 TWh of gas.

read more... 15/01/2020