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Published: 11 september 2012 18:33

Swedbank bids to become financial advisor in Lithuania's LNG terminal project

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Alvydo Opulskio / 15min nuotr. / Swedbank

Swedbank, one of Lithuania's largest banks, has submitted the highest-ranked bid to become a financial advisor in the country's liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal project.

Swedbank, which is asking 895,400 litas (EUR 260,000) for the work, is ranked first in Klaipėdos Nafta's (Klaipėda Oil) preliminary ranking of bids, according to information on the central public procurement portal.

Further down the ranking are PricewaterhouseCoopers with 939,990 litas, KPMG Baltics with 1.151 million litas and SEB Enskilda with 1.573 million litas.

Under the terms of the tender process, Klaipėdos Nafta, the state-run oil product terminal operator that is carrying out the LNG terminal project, plans to hire a financial advisor for two to three years to help it borrow around 270 million litas for the project.

According to the LNG terminal's business plan, Klaipėdos Nafta is to invest some 293 million litas in the facility over three years, of which 223 million litas will go toward equipment and the required permits and the remaining 70 million litas will be used to connect the terminal to a gas transmission pipeline to be built by Lietuvos Dujos (Lithuanian Gas).

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