«NORDARSI OÜ» Company Summary
«NORDARSI OÜ» was registered in March 2013 (reg. Number 12310964) in Tallinn, Estonia. Our main business subject is the supply of hydrocarbons and hydrocarbon gas to domestic markets of Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Poland. Currently, our main clients are UAB Vilniaus Energija, Lithuania, Ahema Concern, Lithuania, Rafineria Nafty Jedlicze S. A., LHOIST Bukowa sp. z. o o., Poland and many others with whom we maintain business contracts.
We apply the experience of our partner companies such as “Sarsfield”, Estonia, «Marylebone Trading Services Ltd.», England, “Petrotrans LTD”, BVI, ZAO “Dujotekana”, Lithuania, UAB “JUMPS”, Lithuania and others to supply diesel fuel, gasoline, LPG, fuel oils and natural gas to the Baltic region. We closely cooperate with CJSC «JUMPS», Lithuania on basis of joint venture agreement.
By the nature of our business, we have relationships with companies of Lithuania, Latvia and Poland, as well as other European partners who use our products not only for further processing, but also as energy for heat and electricity. The above listed companies use liquefied petroleum gas and natural gas as energy source. Therefore, our company is interested in acquiring not only the hydrocarbon feedstock for processing, but we are also interested in the wider acquisition of liquefied petroleum gas and its factions, as well as in the purchase of natural gas to expanding the range of products for our customers.
We would like to point out that our company was established specifically for the trade of natural gas, and therefore we have all the required documents for this type of transactions in Lithuania and other EU countries. This set of documents includes: tradinf licence, the agreement with the Exchange Natural Gas JSC “GET BALTIC” for the direct sale of natural gas to Lithuanian consumers, balancing contract with “Amber Grid” company which is the operator of the natural gas pipe distribution system to Lithuania.
In addition, our company consists of a close-knit group of people who have solid long-term experience working with natural gas end consumers, a good knowledge of the specifics of the business, are capable of lobbying in political circles, as well as have a good understanding of the political arena of today.