Electricity supply and natural gas distribution company Energijos Skirstymo Operatorius (ESO), the new company that was formed by merging the state-owned companies Lesto and Lietuvos dujos, started trading its shares on the stock exchange of Nasdaq Vilnius on Monday.
ESO logo appeared in New York's Times Square
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"We are delighted to continue our collaboration with Nasdaq Vilnius. We expect that the listing of ESO shares will contribute to the development of the capital market and the company's shares will attract market players. We will maintain best investor relations practices and will seek to meet investors' expectations. ESO holds a significant synergy potential, which will ensure better quality of services and bigger operational efficiency," said Chairman and Managing Director of ESO Liudas Liutkevičius.

The total number of registered ordinary shares, listed in the Baltic Main List, is 894,630,333; nominal value of one share is EUR 0.29.

ESO was established after merging the electricity supply and distribution company Lesto and natural gas distribution operator Lietuvos Dujos. ESO launched operations on 1 January 2016.

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