11.09.2020.

Latvia, as with other Member States of the European Union, is committed to achieving ambitious climate objectives in the field of energy and transport. One of these objectives is to promote the use of cleaner energy for transportation.

27.08.2020.

The first half of 2020 has brought even more dynamic and challenging environment for the world and the energy industry. Mild temperatures, the lockdown measures connected to the spread of the coronavirus and low natural gas price levels were the key factors shaping the operating environment of the Latvijas Gāze.

21.08.2020.

At the event, the journalists were informed that the clinical centre of Riga East University Hospital Latvian Centre of Infectious Diseases (LIC) had received medical equipment, devices and personal protective equipment which will modernise the care of patients with Covid-19 and other infectious diseases; the received equipment will provide additional safety for medical personnel and patients by reducing the risk of infection, as well as the reduced spending on personal protective equipment will save money in the long run.

14.08.2020.

As of August 17, 2020, the Board of the Latvijas Gāze will be joined by Inga Āboliņa who will oversee the company’s financial management. I. Āboliņa has almost 20 years of experience in the energy industry, including financial planning and large-scale investment project management.

10.08.2020.

Latvijas Gāze not only has developed its existing services, but has also renewed its logo and visual identity.