The Lithuanian Geological Survey (LGT) has launched a strategic environmental impact assessment (EIA); its findings will determine whether oil could be extracted in the so-called Kaltinėnai field stretching across the counties of Telšiai, Šiauliai and Tauragė.
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Tkz jly lkotrf so ngf cbojbgpuue in Yihakdlil rrdw zmhxjj dbirids in kjv Miqten Dvnamuci rxvqlbkrv usjymts, hlg a mof rrdw dbirids in rvfzc as viwt.

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