Natural gas trading company Litgas has distributed gas volumes, that are to be mandatorily purchased from the liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, to heating producers and Elektrėnai Power Plant.
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In proportion to their needs, heating producers were given 540 million cubic metres of LNG per year.

The national electricity generation company Lietuvos Energijos Gamyba (Lithuanian Energy Production), the main heat supplier in Vilnius Vilniaus Energija and Kaunas Combined Heat and Power Plant were obligated to purchase the greatest share of gas (176 million cubic metres, 134.7 million cubic metres, 29 million cubic metres respectively).

Heat supplier Širvintų Šiluma will have to buy the smallest amount of LNG from the terminal - 3,900 cubic metres.

Litgas is a natural gas trading company and an LNG supplier via LNG terminal currently being built in Klaipėda. Litgas is controlled by the energy company Lietuvos Energija.

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