Today: april 21, monday
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On 14–15 April, the Minister of Energy Jaroslav Neverovič visited Doha, Qatar, where he met with the Minister of Energy and Industry Affairs and the representatives of the world’s largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) producer and exporter “Qatargas” to discuss the possibilities of supplying LNG to Lithuania.

Lithuanian National Commission for Energy Control and Prices (NCECP) 11th April approved liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal rules. The rules, which is the final step of the LNG terminal business model consolidation, sets out how the LNG terminal will provide regasification and small scale LNG services.
On April 10-11, the Minister of Energy Jaroslav Neverovič participated in the international “Lech Energy Forum” which was held in Lech, Austria. The Forum brought together business and political leaders from Europe and neighbouring countries and served as a platform for sharing their ideas about the future of energy policy.
Today, April 11, a special ship that arrived at the Baltic Sea coast early in the morning laid the first meters of underwater power cables through the prepared pipes leading towards the Curonian Spit, and began one of the major stages of building a 450-kilometre-long international power connection – laying the cable across the bottom of the Baltic Sea.
On 29 March, the leaders of Lithuanian political parties represented at the Parliament signed an Agreement on the Strategic Guidelines for the 2014–2020 Foreign, Security and Defence Policies. Together with an agreement on the development of defence capabilities, the parties have reached an important consensus on the key strategic projects in the energy sector.
On March 25, during his visit to Washington, the Minister of Energy Jaroslav Neverovič attended the U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearings and spoke about the urgency to liberalize liquefied natural gas exports from the U.S.