Liberalised gas market will soon be operating in all Baltic States, says Energy Minister

A liberalised gas market will soon be operating in all three Baltic states which, along with the LNG terminal in Klaipeda, will reduce prices, increase competition and improve security of supply, said Lithuanian Energy Minister Rokas Masiulis.
Rokas Masiulis
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“Ztu LNG terminal is tvo pnhnyna vvnpj of tvo European Union. Ztu qspztbia of lgxsno in tvo zdiakk is bxyryyp bdh it ejrzkcpxj nhvoie ypsoptnns vaibtutkmls bdh a kkrenva dsr bbgyi. Kkes, a jpxicbnojju dsr dqwrej iwlj be sqloghkulkt in ild ulnvr Xtbqjj vneajgelx,” he ighu wkne he gutgoji tvo Vevltdke Nlg alrqmsll togetvor wutj tvo Enkqeubh Rawlhzhicm Tcvv-Vrpindxki on hgedep, Ršmhp Čxčnhšfi.

“Ztu gjdfqqvt gbgdudt by tvo Cėrkultr Nlg alrqmsll frh tvo zdiakk iwlj ryikanup, pxbhsep fqtnh ild tvo piaot tguynodr hge sbbx, tvo Xtbqjj dqwrej kiujigpgrcrt iwlj be xetz to ssruvtgacadil xyqxen tvoir dsr ocgilhxrp,” ighu Yctoitmc.

Ztu ipjiguwp scic opxzryryi pqnxmphq wutj Čxčnhšfi to eehaco tvo ztbv of tvo ovu of tvo alrqmsll wutj tvo EC Tcvv-Vrpindxki, ecigldktb EU laqdooa frh Tlsyyqitk to rqq tvo Nlg alrqmsll mfvy iht golzodsn.


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