"Yes, the candidacy is under consideration," the party's leader MEP Valdemar Tomaševski told BNS.
Neverovič has so far refused to comment on the reports to BNS.
Neverovič, 37, has been heading LitPol Link since the beginning of 2009. Before that, he was Lithuania's foreign vice-minister 2006. He was delegated to the post by the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania.
He studied international relations in Warsaw School of Economics, has worked at Lithuania's Embassy to the United States. Prior to joining diplomatic service, he worked in City Bank in the Polish capital.
Lithuania's Energy Ministry coordinates energy companies involved in expensive projects, namely, electricity transmission operator Litgrid, which coordinates LitPol Link, liquefied gas terminal constructor Klaipėdos Nafta (Klaipėda Oil), Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) that is implementing multi-billions decommissioning projects, Lietuvos Energija (Lithuanian Energy), Visagino Energetikos Remontas (Visaginas Energy Repairs), the Energy Agency, the Radioactive Waste Management Agency and has a 17.7-percent stake in Lietuvos Dujos (Lithuanian Gas).