Innovation and Networks Executive Agency

8.5-0046-PLLT-P-M-14

INEA ceased operations on 31 March 2021. The European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) was established on 1 April 2021 to take over its legacy portfolio as well as additional EU funding programmes.
Construction of the Gas Interconnection Poland-Lithuania (GIPL) including supporting infrastructure
Programme: 
CEF Energy
Call year:
Location of the Action:
Implementation schedule: 
May 2016 to December 2022
Maximum EU contribution: 
€266,386,516
Total eligible costs: 
€443,967,571
Percentage of EU support: 
60%
Beneficiaries: 

Operator Gazociągow Przesyłowych GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. (Poland)
http://www.gaz-system.pl

AB "Amber Grid" (Lithuania)
http://www.ambergrid.lt

Status:
Energy corridor:
Energy sector:
Project(s) of Common Interest:
Additional information: 

European Commission, DG ENER
http://ec.europa.eu/energy/en/topics/infrastructure

Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER)
http://www.acer.europa.eu/

European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (ENTSOG)
http://www.entsog.eu/

Last modified: 
April 2022

8.5-0046-PLLT-P-M-14

The Action contributes to the implementation of Project of Common Interest 8.5 “Poland-Lithuania interconnection", currently known with the name of GIPL (Gas Interconnection Poland-Lithuania).
The Action relates to the Poland-Lithuania interconnection and its auxiliary installations, namely: on the Polish side, the gas pipeline (approx. 342,7 km, DN 700) between Hołowczyce (PL) and the PL-LT border, the compressor station in Gustorzyn; and on the Lithuanian side, the gas pipeline (approx. 165 km, DN 700) between the PL-LT border and Jauniunai (LT) and the gas pressure reduction and metering station located near the PL-LT border.
The implementation of the Action will establish the transmission capacities between the countries up to 74 GWh/d in the direction from Poland to Lithuania and up to 58 GWh/d in the direction from Lithuania to Poland.

The completion of this Action will implement the PCI 8.5 by establishing the interconnection capacity between the gas systems of Poland and Lithuania, integrate gas markets of the Baltic States and Finland into a common EU gas market, thus, to increase the security and reliability of gas supply and competition, enable flexible and efficient use of LNG terminals and transmission infrastructure in Poland and Lithuania.