Amber Grid Gas Transmission System
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Amber Grid Gas Transmission System is a natural gas pipeline in Lithuania.
The pipeline runs throughout Lithuania and connects with Belarus, Latvia, and Russia.
- Owner: AB Amber Grid
- Parent: Gazprom, AS Conexus Baltic Grid
- Length: 2,113 km / 1,312.96 mi
- Diameter: 1,220 mm / 48 inches (maximum)
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 1961 (earliest)
The Lithuanian national gas transmission system is operated by AB Amber Grid and is interconnected with the natural gas transmission systems of Latvia, Belarus, and the Kaliningrad Region of Russia. It is also connected to the Klaipeda LNG Terminal and its associated distribution systems. The transmission system is owned by Gazprom and AS Conexus Baltic Grid. The pipelines that have been in operation for the longest time were constructed back in 1961. The largest pipeline diameter is 1,220 mm. The design pressure of the largest part of the gas transmission system is 54 bar. Gas transportation via the Lithuania Latvia cross-border gas interconnector is bi-directional.
The pipeline system includes the:
- Klaipeda–Panevezys pipeline (INET_PL_11150 and INET_PL_11151 in Sci_Grid IGG data set)
- Sakiai–Klaipeda pipeline (INET_PL_11110, INET_PL_11111 and INET_PL_1112)
- Vilnius–Sakiai pipeline (INET_PL_1107, INET_PL_11071, and INET_PL_11072)
- Chivasso–Poirino pipeline (INET_PL_118)
- Nemencine–Visaginas (INET_PL_1123)
Articles and resources
- "GAS TRANSMISSION SYSTEM IN LITHUANIA", Amber Grid, accessed January 28, 2020
- "Natural Gas Transmission System Operator". www.ambergrid.lt. Retrieved 2020-12-11.
- Diettrich, Pluta, Medrjoubi (July 23, 2020). "The combined IGG gas transmission network data set". DLR Institute for Networked Energy Systems. Cite journal requires
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