Latvenergo starts selling natural gas in Estonia

Latvia's state-owned utility Latvenergo has started selling natural gas to corporate clients in Estonia, it said on September 28. 

In a press announcement Latvenergo said its current offer is fixed-price natural gas that gives clients stability and predictability. As it's already operating in Estonia's electricity market, it plans to offer a joint offer for electricity and natural gas.

Latvenergo operates in Estonia as the utility company Elektrum Eesti. 

The company said it has concluded the first agreements over natural gas deliveries to Estonian clients.

Latvenergo owns about 30% of the Baltic electricity market and generates about a third of its retail electricity sales abroad.

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