Klaipeda-Kursenai Gas Pipeline
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Klaipeda-Kursenai Gas Pipeline is a natural gas pipeline in Lithuania.
- Owner: AB Amber Grid
- Length: 110 km / 68.35 miles
- Diameter: 31.5 cm
- Cost: €60 million
- Financing: €28 million loan from European Investment Bank, €32 million loan from Nordic Investment Bank, €24,739,293 grant from the Connecting Europe Facility
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 2015
The Klaipeda-Kursenai Gas Pipeline connects the Klaipeda LNG Terminal to the Baltic gas market. Construction was completed in October 2015.
Articles and resources
- "Klaipeda-Kursenai LNG Pipeline (110km)", IJ Global
- INNOVATION AND NETWORKS EXECUTIVE AGENCY (December 2020). "Construction of the Klaipeda-Kursenai Gas Transmission Pipeline". Retrieved December 9, 2020.
- "Pipe down: Gas companies' control over billions in EU subsidies". Global Witness. Retrieved 2020-12-08.
- Construction of Klaipeda-Kursenai gas transmission pipeline is completed, The Baltic Course, Oct. 5, 2015
- AMBER GRID GAS TRANSMISSION PIPELINE, European Investment Bank, Dec. 21, 2015
- NIB finances gas pipeline in Lithuania, Nordic Investment Bank, Aug. 20, 2015
- Construction of the Klaipeda-Kursenai Gas Transmission Pipeline, European Commission, accessed Jan. 7, 2021