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Common Baltic energy systems---a precondition for sustainable development. M. Veiderma. Energy Explor. Exploit., 1996, 14(2), 127--132.

The need is stressed for a common energy system to cover both electricity transmission lines and natural gas pipelines, thus creating a common free energy market based on regional energy systems around the Baltic Sea---the Baltic Ring. It is considered that this project is of major importance for economic interaction and growth coupled with sustainable development and security of the energy supply of these Baltic Sea states. Tabulated data show the primary energy balance of the Baltic countries and both existing and proposed gas pipelines are illustrated and discussed. 4 refs.

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