Projects

Project date
Construction work title
2009-2010
Jauniūnai Gas Compressor Station

ABOUT THE PROJECT

In 2010, the second gas compressor station in Lithuanian was built. This project was of national importance. Since the Ignalina nuclear power plant was closed and the capacity of the Panevėžys gas compressor station was insufficient, the Janiūnai station was a part of the Lithuanian national energy sector development strategy. Also, this project completed the extension of the pipeline between Kaunas and the border of Kaliningrad.

BENEFITS

The project helped increase the total carrying capacity of the country’s gas transportation system and allowed to effectively transport natural gas to Kaliningrad. The compressor station helps control gas pressure in the pipelines, increases the capacity of the gas transportation system, and allows to transport natural gas at greater capacities. The station meets all the safety, reliability and ecological requirements of the European Union. The gas compressor’s units have cutting-edge noise and pollutants reduction equipment.

IMPLEMENTATION

The station is located in Janiūnai municipality, a site which was the only one fit for such a purpose due to the intersection of strategically significant pipelines. For this reason, the gas transportation process should become faster and more effective. Also, a completely new technology was added to the Lithuanian gas system — gas turbines and centrifugal compressors. In different stages, up to 250 people worked at the compressor station site.

INVESTMENT

AB Lietuvos Dujos invested almost 60 million Euros into this project. This unit is one of the most expensive objects of the country’s gas sector infrastructure.

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Construction contractors AB Kauno dujotiekio statyba, UAB Šiaulių dujotiekio statyba, UAB Alvora, UAB Šiaulių įranga

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Project contractor AB Lietuvos dujos

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Source of financing AB Lietuvos dujos

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Technical data Maximum gas inlet pressure: 28 bar, maximum gas outlet pressure: 55 bar. The station is equipped with three compressors of 11.5 MW power. Gas transmission speed: 1.3 million m3/h. Station capacity: 34.5 MW.

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More info www.dujos.lt

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ABOUT THE PROJECT

In 2010, the second gas compressor station in Lithuanian was built. This project was of national importance. Since the Ignalina nuclear power plant was closed and the capacity of the Panevėžys gas compressor station was insufficient, the Janiūnai station was a part of the Lithuanian national energy sector development strategy. Also, this project completed the extension of the pipeline between Kaunas and the border of Kaliningrad.

BENEFITS

The project helped increase the total carrying capacity of the country’s gas transportation system and allowed to effectively transport natural gas to Kaliningrad. The compressor station helps control gas pressure in the pipelines, increases the capacity of the gas transportation system, and allows to transport natural gas at greater capacities. The station meets all the safety, reliability and ecological requirements of the European Union. The gas compressor’s units have cutting-edge noise and pollutants reduction equipment.

IMPLEMENTATION

The station is located in Janiūnai municipality, a site which was the only one fit for such a purpose due to the intersection of strategically significant pipelines. For this reason, the gas transportation process should become faster and more effective. Also, a completely new technology was added to the Lithuanian gas system — gas turbines and centrifugal compressors. In different stages, up to 250 people worked at the compressor station site.

INVESTMENT

AB Lietuvos Dujos invested almost 60 million Euros into this project. This unit is one of the most expensive objects of the country’s gas sector infrastructure.

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Construction contractors AB Kauno dujotiekio statyba, UAB Šiaulių dujotiekio statyba, UAB Alvora, UAB Šiaulių įranga

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Project contractor AB Lietuvos dujos

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Source of financing AB Lietuvos dujos

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Technical data Maximum gas inlet pressure: 28 bar, maximum gas outlet pressure: 55 bar. The station is equipped with three compressors of 11.5 MW power. Gas transmission speed: 1.3 million m3/h. Station capacity: 34.5 MW.

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More info www.dujos.lt

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ABOUT THE PROJECT

In 2010, the second gas compressor station in Lithuanian was built. This project was of national importance. Since the Ignalina nuclear power plant was closed and the capacity of the Panevėžys gas compressor station was insufficient, the Janiūnai station was a part of the Lithuanian national energy sector development strategy. Also, this project completed the extension of the pipeline between Kaunas and the border of Kaliningrad.

BENEFITS

The project helped increase the total carrying capacity of the country’s gas transportation system and allowed to effectively transport natural gas to Kaliningrad. The compressor station helps control gas pressure in the pipelines, increases the capacity of the gas transportation system, and allows to transport natural gas at greater capacities. The station meets all the safety, reliability and ecological requirements of the European Union. The gas compressor’s units have cutting-edge noise and pollutants reduction equipment.

IMPLEMENTATION

The station is located in Janiūnai municipality, a site which was the only one fit for such a purpose due to the intersection of strategically significant pipelines. For this reason, the gas transportation process should become faster and more effective. Also, a completely new technology was added to the Lithuanian gas system — gas turbines and centrifugal compressors. In different stages, up to 250 people worked at the compressor station site.

INVESTMENT

AB Lietuvos Dujos invested almost 60 million Euros into this project. This unit is one of the most expensive objects of the country’s gas sector infrastructure.

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Construction contractors AB Kauno dujotiekio statyba, UAB Šiaulių dujotiekio statyba, UAB Alvora, UAB Šiaulių įranga

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Project contractor AB Lietuvos dujos

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Source of financing AB Lietuvos dujos

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Technical data Maximum gas inlet pressure: 28 bar, maximum gas outlet pressure: 55 bar. The station is equipped with three compressors of 11.5 MW power. Gas transmission speed: 1.3 million m3/h. Station capacity: 34.5 MW.

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More info www.dujos.lt

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2014-2015
Gas Transmission Pipeline Klaipėda–Kuršėnai

ABOUT THE PROJECT

The construction of the second stage of the Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline is a project of great importance to the national economy and must be completed by the end of 2015. The pipeline will help achieve the necessary capacity of the Klaipėda LNG terminal, so that natural gas could be transported to Lithuanian consumers and other Baltic states. It will also ensure the growing competitiveness of the Lithuanian gas market.

The 110 km long Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline crosses the municipalities of Šiauliai, Telšiai, Plungė, Rietavas and Klaipėda.

(The route of the pipeline).

BENEFITS

The Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline will help achieve the energy sector’s goals of Lithuania and the European Union. The participants of the Baltic States’ market will be able to freely diversify gas sources, which will add new import possibilities and increase the competitiveness of the market. The improved technical condition of the pipeline will help transport gas to consumers in a more reliable fashion, increase the effectiveness of the LNG terminal, and reduce business costs. Also, it will open up future possibilities to incorporate underground natural gas storage into this transport system. The cThe current value predicts that the economic benefit of the project will amount to 1.5 million Euros in the course of 20 years.

IMPLEMENTATION

A contract regarding the manufacture and supply of pipes to Lithuania was signed with the Turkish manufacturers’ group Noksel Celik Boru Sanayi A. S. In order to start early construction, pipes have been supplied in five stages during set time frames. The quality of work and adherence to deadlines are the top priorities.

INVESTMENT

The expected amount of investment into the Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline construction is 3.7 million Euros excluding VAT. The value of the contract with the Turkish suppliers of steel pipes that will be purchased and shipped via the Klaipėda port amounts to 16.5 million Euros (VAT excluded). The total estimated value of the project is 64 million Euros excluding VAT.

On April 24, 2015, AB Amber Grid and the European Union Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) signed an agreement regarding EU financial support of the Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline construction. According to this agreement, the project will receive a 27.6 million Euro support via the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).

The project to increase the capacity of the Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline is included into these plans:

• The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG) Ten Year Network Development Plan for 2013-2022

• The Natural Gas Transmission System Operator’s Ten Year Network Development Plan for 2013-2022

• The National Electricity and Gas Transmission Infrastructure Projects Priority Plan as approved by the Resolution of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania

• The Baltic (BEMIP) Regional Transmission System Operators’ Gas Regional Investment Plan for 2014-2023

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Construction contractors AB Kauno dujotiekio statyba, UAB Alvora, UAB Šiaulių dujotiekio statyba.

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Project contractor AB Amber Grid.

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Sources of financing EU financial support via the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).

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Technical data Length: 110 km, diameter: 800 mm. Maximum working pressure: 5.4 MPa. Components are manufactured from regular or structural carbon steel.

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More info www.ambergrid.lt

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ABOUT THE PROJECT

The construction of the second stage of the Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline is a project of great importance to the national economy and must be completed by the end of 2015. The pipeline will help achieve the necessary capacity of the Klaipėda LNG terminal, so that natural gas could be transported to Lithuanian consumers and other Baltic states. It will also ensure the growing competitiveness of the Lithuanian gas market.

The 110 km long Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline crosses the municipalities of Šiauliai, Telšiai, Plungė, Rietavas and Klaipėda.

(The route of the pipeline).

BENEFITS

The Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline will help achieve the energy sector’s goals of Lithuania and the European Union. The participants of the Baltic States’ market will be able to freely diversify gas sources, which will add new import possibilities and increase the competitiveness of the market. The improved technical condition of the pipeline will help transport gas to consumers in a more reliable fashion, increase the effectiveness of the LNG terminal, and reduce business costs. Also, it will open up future possibilities to incorporate underground natural gas storage into this transport system. The cThe current value predicts that the economic benefit of the project will amount to 1.5 million Euros in the course of 20 years.

IMPLEMENTATION

A contract regarding the manufacture and supply of pipes to Lithuania was signed with the Turkish manufacturers’ group Noksel Celik Boru Sanayi A. S. In order to start early construction, pipes have been supplied in five stages during set time frames. The quality of work and adherence to deadlines are the top priorities.

INVESTMENT

The expected amount of investment into the Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline construction is 3.7 million Euros excluding VAT. The value of the contract with the Turkish suppliers of steel pipes that will be purchased and shipped via the Klaipėda port amounts to 16.5 million Euros (VAT excluded). The total estimated value of the project is 64 million Euros excluding VAT.

On April 24, 2015, AB Amber Grid and the European Union Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) signed an agreement regarding EU financial support of the Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline construction. According to this agreement, the project will receive a 27.6 million Euro support via the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).

The project to increase the capacity of the Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline is included into these plans:

• The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG) Ten Year Network Development Plan for 2013-2022

• The Natural Gas Transmission System Operator’s Ten Year Network Development Plan for 2013-2022

• The National Electricity and Gas Transmission Infrastructure Projects Priority Plan as approved by the Resolution of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania

• The Baltic (BEMIP) Regional Transmission System Operators’ Gas Regional Investment Plan for 2014-2023

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Construction contractors AB Kauno dujotiekio statyba, UAB Alvora, UAB Šiaulių dujotiekio statyba.

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Project contractor AB Amber Grid.

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Sources of financing EU financial support via the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).

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Technical data Length: 110 km, diameter: 800 mm. Maximum working pressure: 5.4 MPa. Components are manufactured from regular or structural carbon steel.

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More info www.ambergrid.lt

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ABOUT THE PROJECT

The construction of the second stage of the Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline is a project of great importance to the national economy and must be completed by the end of 2015. The pipeline will help achieve the necessary capacity of the Klaipėda LNG terminal, so that natural gas could be transported to Lithuanian consumers and other Baltic states. It will also ensure the growing competitiveness of the Lithuanian gas market.

The 110 km long Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline crosses the municipalities of Šiauliai, Telšiai, Plungė, Rietavas and Klaipėda.

(The route of the pipeline).

BENEFITS

The Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline will help achieve the energy sector’s goals of Lithuania and the European Union. The participants of the Baltic States’ market will be able to freely diversify gas sources, which will add new import possibilities and increase the competitiveness of the market. The improved technical condition of the pipeline will help transport gas to consumers in a more reliable fashion, increase the effectiveness of the LNG terminal, and reduce business costs. Also, it will open up future possibilities to incorporate underground natural gas storage into this transport system. The cThe current value predicts that the economic benefit of the project will amount to 1.5 million Euros in the course of 20 years.

IMPLEMENTATION

A contract regarding the manufacture and supply of pipes to Lithuania was signed with the Turkish manufacturers’ group Noksel Celik Boru Sanayi A. S. In order to start early construction, pipes have been supplied in five stages during set time frames. The quality of work and adherence to deadlines are the top priorities.

INVESTMENT

The expected amount of investment into the Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline construction is 3.7 million Euros excluding VAT. The value of the contract with the Turkish suppliers of steel pipes that will be purchased and shipped via the Klaipėda port amounts to 16.5 million Euros (VAT excluded). The total estimated value of the project is 64 million Euros excluding VAT.

On April 24, 2015, AB Amber Grid and the European Union Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) signed an agreement regarding EU financial support of the Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline construction. According to this agreement, the project will receive a 27.6 million Euro support via the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).

The project to increase the capacity of the Klaipėda-Kuršėnai pipeline is included into these plans:

• The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG) Ten Year Network Development Plan for 2013-2022

• The Natural Gas Transmission System Operator’s Ten Year Network Development Plan for 2013-2022

• The National Electricity and Gas Transmission Infrastructure Projects Priority Plan as approved by the Resolution of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania

• The Baltic (BEMIP) Regional Transmission System Operators’ Gas Regional Investment Plan for 2014-2023

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Construction contractors AB Kauno dujotiekio statyba, UAB Alvora, UAB Šiaulių dujotiekio statyba.

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Project contractor AB Amber Grid.

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Sources of financing EU financial support via the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).

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Technical data Length: 110 km, diameter: 800 mm. Maximum working pressure: 5.4 MPa. Components are manufactured from regular or structural carbon steel.

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More info www.ambergrid.lt

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2013-2014
,,NordBalt" Submarine Cable Connection

ABOUT THE PROJECT

NordBalt, the underwater power bridge to Sweden, is a power industry project that is economically paramount to Lithuania. The international projects consists of two stages. During the first stage, the pipes protecting the cable were installed; the objective of the second stage is laying the land cables. This power bridge is necessary to establish a common power market of the Baltic and the Scandinavian states.

BENEFITS         

The underwater power cable will help expand trade between the Baltic States’ and Sweden’s power markets, ensuring greater safety of power supply, and increasing the country’s competitiveness. This is an alternative import and export electricity channel that counters dependence on Russian energy supplies. It has been estimated that the power cable of 700 MW capacity will be able to cover 50 percent of Lithuania’s electricity demand. The 453 km long cable will be the third longest underwater link in the world and the first power bridge with Northern Europe.

IMPLEMENTATION

To prepare for the installation of the cable, the geology and specifics of the Curonian Spit were comprehensively analysed. Also, a specially-made cable (according to Lithuania and Sweden’s request) was brought and laid on the bottom of the Curonian Lagoon. The cable is protected against saline sea water and other environmental factors. The load is controlled by an optical cable. Drilling debris and other materials were utilized in a special site outside of Klaipėda.

The first stage was completed in 2013. During this stage, the two pipes that protect the cable were laid between Smiltynė and Klaipėda at 15 metres depth.

The second stage began in 2014. The reconstruction of the Klaipėda transformers’ substation is also a crucial part of the cross-system power cable NordBalt project. The equipment that is being installed in the substation is part of the crucial elements of the direct current converter. Their power (256 MVA) is one of the highest among all the transformers that operate in Lithuania. This equipment will help connect Sweden’s and Lithuania’s power systems that have different parameters. The part of the cable that lies on the bottom of the Curonian Lagoon will be connected to the substation by a 13 km long high voltage cable.

Currently, 80 percent of the project has been completed. It is planned to be finished by the end of 2015. The total length of the cable is 453 km.

INVESTMENT

The preliminary value of the project is 552 million Euros. A third of the project’s costs will be covered by Sweden and Lithuania, while the rest will be paid by the European Union according to the European Energy Programme for Recovery.

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Construction contractors LMR Drilling (Germany), ABB (Sweden), AB Kauno dujotiekio statyba (Lithuania).

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Project contractors Litgrid, SwenskaKraftnät (Sweden).

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Sources of financing Lithuania, Sweden, EU.

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Technical data The length of the underwater cable: 400 km; land cable: 13 km in Lithuania and 40 km in Sweden Capacity: 700 MW.  Direct current of 300 kV voltage is supplied.

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More info www.litgrid.eu.

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ABOUT THE PROJECT

NordBalt, the underwater power bridge to Sweden, is a power industry project that is economically paramount to Lithuania. The international projects consists of two stages. During the first stage, the pipes protecting the cable were installed; the objective of the second stage is laying the land cables. This power bridge is necessary to establish a common power market of the Baltic and the Scandinavian states.

BENEFITS         

The underwater power cable will help expand trade between the Baltic States’ and Sweden’s power markets, ensuring greater safety of power supply, and increasing the country’s competitiveness. This is an alternative import and export electricity channel that counters dependence on Russian energy supplies. It has been estimated that the power cable of 700 MW capacity will be able to cover 50 percent of Lithuania’s electricity demand. The 453 km long cable will be the third longest underwater link in the world and the first power bridge with Northern Europe.

IMPLEMENTATION

To prepare for the installation of the cable, the geology and specifics of the Curonian Spit were comprehensively analysed. Also, a specially-made cable (according to Lithuania and Sweden’s request) was brought and laid on the bottom of the Curonian Lagoon. The cable is protected against saline sea water and other environmental factors. The load is controlled by an optical cable. Drilling debris and other materials were utilized in a special site outside of Klaipėda.

The first stage was completed in 2013. During this stage, the two pipes that protect the cable were laid between Smiltynė and Klaipėda at 15 metres depth.

The second stage began in 2014. The reconstruction of the Klaipėda transformers’ substation is also a crucial part of the cross-system power cable NordBalt project. The equipment that is being installed in the substation is part of the crucial elements of the direct current converter. Their power (256 MVA) is one of the highest among all the transformers that operate in Lithuania. This equipment will help connect Sweden’s and Lithuania’s power systems that have different parameters. The part of the cable that lies on the bottom of the Curonian Lagoon will be connected to the substation by a 13 km long high voltage cable.

Currently, 80 percent of the project has been completed. It is planned to be finished by the end of 2015. The total length of the cable is 453 km.

INVESTMENT

The preliminary value of the project is 552 million Euros. A third of the project’s costs will be covered by Sweden and Lithuania, while the rest will be paid by the European Union according to the European Energy Programme for Recovery.

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Construction contractors LMR Drilling (Germany), ABB (Sweden), AB Kauno dujotiekio statyba (Lithuania).

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Project contractors Litgrid, SwenskaKraftnät (Sweden).

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Sources of financing Lithuania, Sweden, EU.

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Technical data The length of the underwater cable: 400 km; land cable: 13 km in Lithuania and 40 km in Sweden Capacity: 700 MW.  Direct current of 300 kV voltage is supplied.

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More info www.litgrid.eu.

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ABOUT THE PROJECT

NordBalt, the underwater power bridge to Sweden, is a power industry project that is economically paramount to Lithuania. The international projects consists of two stages. During the first stage, the pipes protecting the cable were installed; the objective of the second stage is laying the land cables. This power bridge is necessary to establish a common power market of the Baltic and the Scandinavian states.

BENEFITS         

The underwater power cable will help expand trade between the Baltic States’ and Sweden’s power markets, ensuring greater safety of power supply, and increasing the country’s competitiveness. This is an alternative import and export electricity channel that counters dependence on Russian energy supplies. It has been estimated that the power cable of 700 MW capacity will be able to cover 50 percent of Lithuania’s electricity demand. The 453 km long cable will be the third longest underwater link in the world and the first power bridge with Northern Europe.

IMPLEMENTATION

To prepare for the installation of the cable, the geology and specifics of the Curonian Spit were comprehensively analysed. Also, a specially-made cable (according to Lithuania and Sweden’s request) was brought and laid on the bottom of the Curonian Lagoon. The cable is protected against saline sea water and other environmental factors. The load is controlled by an optical cable. Drilling debris and other materials were utilized in a special site outside of Klaipėda.

The first stage was completed in 2013. During this stage, the two pipes that protect the cable were laid between Smiltynė and Klaipėda at 15 metres depth.

The second stage began in 2014. The reconstruction of the Klaipėda transformers’ substation is also a crucial part of the cross-system power cable NordBalt project. The equipment that is being installed in the substation is part of the crucial elements of the direct current converter. Their power (256 MVA) is one of the highest among all the transformers that operate in Lithuania. This equipment will help connect Sweden’s and Lithuania’s power systems that have different parameters. The part of the cable that lies on the bottom of the Curonian Lagoon will be connected to the substation by a 13 km long high voltage cable.

Currently, 80 percent of the project has been completed. It is planned to be finished by the end of 2015. The total length of the cable is 453 km.

INVESTMENT

The preliminary value of the project is 552 million Euros. A third of the project’s costs will be covered by Sweden and Lithuania, while the rest will be paid by the European Union according to the European Energy Programme for Recovery.

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Construction contractors LMR Drilling (Germany), ABB (Sweden), AB Kauno dujotiekio statyba (Lithuania).

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Project contractors Litgrid, SwenskaKraftnät (Sweden).

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Sources of financing Lithuania, Sweden, EU.

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Technical data The length of the underwater cable: 400 km; land cable: 13 km in Lithuania and 40 km in Sweden Capacity: 700 MW.  Direct current of 300 kV voltage is supplied.

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More info www.litgrid.eu.

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Smilčių trio Apartments

A luxorious seaside apartment complex in the resort town of Palanga, 2583,0 m2 in total.

http://www.smilciutrio.lt

A luxorious seaside apartment complex in the resort town of Palanga, 2583,0 m2 in total.

http://www.smilciutrio.lt

A luxorious seaside apartment complex in the resort town of Palanga, 2583,0 m2 in total.

http://www.smilciutrio.lt

Žirgų takas Apartment Complex

An apartment complex in the resort town of Palanga. A total of 4406,0 m2 of spaces constructed and adapted for seaside living.

An apartment complex in the resort town of Palanga. A total of 4406,0 m2 of spaces constructed and adapted for seaside living.

An apartment complex in the resort town of Palanga. A total of 4406,0 m2 of spaces constructed and adapted for seaside living.

Trinapolis Apartment Building in Vilnius

A total of 43 388,0 m2 of residential, socializing and fitness spaces constructed.

A total of 43 388,0 m2 of residential, socializing and fitness spaces constructed.

A total of 43 388,0 m2 of residential, socializing and fitness spaces constructed.

2014
Second stage of the NordBalt Submarine Cable Connection

Land cable laying operations, a total of 13 km within the territory of Lithuania.
Client: ABB AB HVC, Sweden.

Land cable laying operations, a total of 13 km within the territory of Lithuania.
Client: ABB AB HVC, Sweden.

Land cable laying operations, a total of 13 km within the territory of Lithuania.
Client: ABB AB HVC, Sweden.

 
 
2013
First stage of the NordBalt Submarine Cable Connection

Welding of DN300 protective cable casing pipes (two 800 m strings for the outfall and two 1700 m strings for the lagoon crossing) which were later installed under the Curonian lagoon via HDD.

Client: LMR Drilling G...

Welding of DN300 protective cable casing pipes (two 800 m strings for the outfall and two 1700 m strings for the lagoon crossing) which were later installed under the Curonian lagoon via HDD.

Client: LMR Drilling GmbH, Germany.

Welding of DN300 protective cable casing pipes (two 800 m strings for the outfall and two 1700 m strings for the lagoon crossing) which were later installed under the Curonian lagoon via HDD.

Client: LMR Drilling GmbH, Germany.

Welding of DN300 protective cable casing pipes (two 800 m strings for the outfall and two 1700 m strings for the lagoon crossing) which were later installed under the Curonian lagoon via HDD.

Client: LMR Drilling GmbH, Germany.

 
 
Potable & wastewater supply systems

In total, KDS has already constructed and reconstructed:

   • 60 km of potable water networks

   • 80 km

In total, KDS has already constructed and reconstructed:

   • 60 km of potable water networks

   • 80 km of wastewater networks

   • 25 wastewater pumping stations and treatment plants

In total, KDS has already constructed and reconstructed:

   • 60 km of potable water networks

   • 80 km of wastewater networks

   • 25 wastewater pumping stations and treatment plants

In total, KDS has already constructed and reconstructed:

   • 60 km of potable water networks

   • 80 km of wastewater networks

   • 25 wastewater pumping stations and treatment plants

 
 
2011-2012
Vaidotai Fuel Base Reconstruction

Dismantling of the old oil pumping station, boiler-house reconstruction, replacement of one of the three 3000 m3 diesel reservoirs with two 1000 m3 reservoirs.

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Dismantling of the old oil pumping station, boiler-house reconstruction, replacement of one of the three 3000 m3 diesel reservoirs with two 1000 m3 reservoirs.

Dismantling of the old oil pumping station, boiler-house reconstruction, replacement of one of the three 3000 m3 diesel reservoirs with two 1000 m3 reservoirs.

Dismantling of the old oil pumping station, boiler-house reconstruction, replacement of one of the three 3000 m3 diesel reservoirs with two 1000 m3 reservoirs.

 
 
2012
Vilnius Fuel Base Reconstruction

The reconstruction project was awarded by the Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists as the “Product of the Year 2012”.

The total of the underground fuel reservoirs was increased to six, 83 m3<...

The reconstruction project was awarded by the Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists as the “Product of the Year 2012”.

The total of the underground fuel reservoirs was increased to six, 83 m3 each, double walls, automatic tightness control system, fuel measurement and accounting systems. Construction of new power supply, automation, oil product, and wastewater networks. Preventive measures for protection of the territory against pollution in case of oil spillage.

The reconstruction project was awarded by the Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists as the “Product of the Year 2012”.

The total of the underground fuel reservoirs was increased to six, 83 m3 each, double walls, automatic tightness control system, fuel measurement and accounting systems. Construction of new power supply, automation, oil product, and wastewater networks. Preventive measures for protection of the territory against pollution in case of oil spillage.

The reconstruction project was awarded by the Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists as the “Product of the Year 2012”.

The total of the underground fuel reservoirs was increased to six, 83 m3 each, double walls, automatic tightness control system, fuel measurement and accounting systems. Construction of new power supply, automation, oil product, and wastewater networks. Preventive measures for protection of the territory against pollution in case of oil spillage.

 
 
2012-2013
Kaunas Fuel Base Reconstruction

Modernization of existing reservoirs and construction of four new 80 m3 underground diesel fuel reservoirs.

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Modernization of existing reservoirs and construction of four new 80 m3 underground diesel fuel reservoirs.

Modernization of existing reservoirs and construction of four new 80 m3 underground diesel fuel reservoirs.

Modernization of existing reservoirs and construction of four new 80 m3 underground diesel fuel reservoirs.

2008
Zapyškis Gas Distribution Station Reconstruction

Inlet pressure: 20-55 bar, outlet pressure: 3 bar, maximum capacity: 3000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.

Inlet pressure: 20-55 bar, outlet pressure: 3 bar, maximum capacity: 3000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.

Inlet pressure: 20-55 bar, outlet pressure: 3 bar, maximum capacity: 3000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.

2009
Šakiai Gas Distribution Station Reconstruction

Gas metering station expansionto 470 000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.

Gas metering station expansionto 470 000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.

Gas metering station expansionto 470 000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.

2009-2010
Jauniūnai Gas Compressor Station

The project was significant to the entire Republic of Lithuania as the gas compressor station increased the gas pipeline capacity in the territory of Lithuania and enabled the full supply to the national network as well as...

The project was significant to the entire Republic of Lithuania as the gas compressor station increased the gas pipeline capacity in the territory of Lithuania and enabled the full supply to the national network as well as transit to Kaliningrad.

The main functions of the station include gas cleaning, gas compression and gas cooling. The station is equipped with three compressors, 11,5MW each. Minimum inlet pressure: 28 bar, maximum outlet pressure: 55 bar. Gas transfer rate: 1,3 million m3/h. The station also required the construction of a 4,9 km long drinking and waste water network.

Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.

The project was significant to the entire Republic of Lithuania as the gas compressor station increased the gas pipeline capacity in the territory of Lithuania and enabled the full supply to the national network as well as transit to Kaliningrad.

The main functions of the station include gas cleaning, gas compression and gas cooling. The station is equipped with three compressors, 11,5MW each. Minimum inlet pressure: 28 bar, maximum outlet pressure: 55 bar. Gas transfer rate: 1,3 million m3/h. The station also required the construction of a 4,9 km long drinking and waste water network.

Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.

The project was significant to the entire Republic of Lithuania as the gas compressor station increased the gas pipeline capacity in the territory of Lithuania and enabled the full supply to the national network as well as transit to Kaliningrad.

The main functions of the station include gas cleaning, gas compression and gas cooling. The station is equipped with three compressors, 11,5MW each. Minimum inlet pressure: 28 bar, maximum outlet pressure: 55 bar. Gas transfer rate: 1,3 million m3/h. The station also required the construction of a 4,9 km long drinking and waste water network.

Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.

 
 
2011-2012
Girininkai Gas Distribution Station Reconstruction

Inlet pressure: 20–55 bar, outlet pressure: 10 bar, maximum capacity: 45 000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.

Inlet pressure: 20–55 bar, outlet pressure: 10 bar, maximum capacity: 45 000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.

Inlet pressure: 20–55 bar, outlet pressure: 10 bar, maximum capacity: 45 000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.

2014-2015
Panevėžys Gas Distribution Station Reconstruction

Maximum capacity: 50 000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Amber Grid, Lithuania.

Maximum capacity: 50 000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Amber Grid, Lithuania.

Maximum capacity: 50 000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Amber Grid, Lithuania.

2009
Gas Transmission Pipeline Šakiai-Kaliningrad and Šakiai Gas Distribution Station

Diameter: DN700, total length: 18,4 km including construction of valve fields and gas metering station expansion to 470000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.
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Diameter: DN700, total length: 18,4 km including construction of valve fields and gas metering station expansion to 470000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.
Total length of medium pressure gas distribution pipelines constructed in the territory of Lithuania – approx. 181 km.

Diameter: DN700, total length: 18,4 km including construction of valve fields and gas metering station expansion to 470000 nm3/h.
Client: AB Lietuvos dujos, Lithuania.
Total length of medium pressure gas distribution pipelines constructed in the territory of Lithuania – approx. 181 km.

 
 
2011-2012
Gas transmission pipeline Kolnik-Gdansk

Diameter: DN500, total gas pipeline length: 4,5 km, working pressure: 8,4 MPa.
Client: Sp. Z.o.o. ZRUG, Poland.

Diameter: DN500, total gas pipeline length: 4,5 km, working pressure: 8,4 MPa.
Client: Sp. Z.o.o. ZRUG, Poland.

Diameter: DN500, total gas pipeline length: 4,5 km, working pressure: 8,4 MPa.
Client: Sp. Z.o.o. ZRUG, Poland.

 
 
2012-2013
Construction of Gas Transmission Pipeline Branch from Tauragė Gas Distribution Station to Klaipėda Gas Distribution Station No.

Diameter: DN400, total length: 35,9 km including construction of two DN400 valve fields.
Client: AB Amber Grid, Lithuania.

Diameter: DN400, total length: 35,9 km including construction of two DN400 valve fields.
Client: AB Amber Grid, Lithuania.

Diameter: DN400, total length: 35,9 km including construction of two DN400 valve fields.
Client: AB Amber Grid, Lithuania.

 
 
2013-2014
Gas Transmission Pipeline Szczecin-Lwówek

Diameter: DN700, total length: 38,6 km.
Client: Sp. Z.o.o ZRUG, Poland.

Diameter: DN700, total length: 38,6 km.
Client: Sp. Z.o.o ZRUG, Poland.

Diameter: DN700, total length: 38,6 km.
Client: Sp. Z.o.o ZRUG, Poland.

 
 

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