TALLINN - Board chairman of Estonian state-owned energy grid operator Elering, Taavi Veskimagi, said that the company is interested in buying the main grid for natural gas and if the sales price is around 50 million euros, they have money for it, reports Aripaev Online.“Elering is a 100 percent state-owned company. Owning the gas grid could be in the wider public interest, the value of Elering as a company would also be bigger. In the social economic sense, it would be reasonable for the whole society,” Veskimagi said.Veskimagi was unable to say what buying the gas gr...
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