"You will no doubt understand that we do not wish to comment," E.ON spokesman Adrian Schaffranietz told BNS when asked if the Germans were ready to consider selling its 38.9-percent stake in Amber Grid to the Lithuanian government.
He did not answer the question if talks were being held with the government on this issue.
The government says in its responses to Gazprom's proposals that it is proposing that Gazprom and E.ON sell their shareholdings in Amber Grid.
Evelina Butkutė-Lazdauskienė, the prime minister's spokeswoman, told BNS on Tuesday evening that Lithuania's responses and proposals would be sent to the Russian gas giant on Wednesday.
Gazprom Vice-Chairman Valery Golubev was quoted by the media as saying on Monday that the Russian company was ready to sell its stake in Amber Grid.
Gazprom currently owns 37.7 percent of shares in Amber Grid, E.ON Ruhrgas International holds 38.9 percent, and the Lithuanian Energy Ministry owns 17.7 percent.