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We will meet the needs of our clients to provide the best energy solutions. We provide comprehensive services and improve the quality of life of people by saving the environment.

AS Eesti Gaas is one of the largest and most experienced energy companies in Estonia, with roots in the year 1865.

Our core product and competence is natural gas we sell as various products – delivered to the customer through a network as pipeline gas, compressed gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG).

We provide complete energy solutions based on natural gas according to the needs of each customer, from the design of the gas pipeline to the finished heating solution and maintenance service.

In the development of natural gas as a transport fuel, we are firmly in the lead in the Baltic States. The network of Eesti Gaas compressed gas filling stations is the largest and continuously growing in the market, and in addition to natural gas, biomethane can be fuelled in filling stations.

We are also the first and the only in the whole region who have developed a stable LNG supply and bunkering capability and are ready to offer the service to all interested ports and companies.

As a growing field, we supply electricity for both private and business customers, so that both heat and light reach the homes and businesses comfortably, from one place.

The 100% subsidiaries of the Eesti Gaas group, AS EG Ehitus and AS Gaasivõrgud, provide supportive services – construction and maintenance of pipelines and heating solutions, to ensure that gas can reach our customers conveniently and safely.

Eesti Gaas owns an 80% stake in four solar energy production companies, named Pärnu Päikesepark 1 (2,3,4), and in which OÜ Paikre is a co-stakeholder.

Eesti Gaas is also operating in Latvia under SIA EG Energijain Lithuania under UAB EG Energija and in Finland under OY EG Energia.

Eesti Gaas is 100% privately owned. The company owner is Estonian investment company Infortar who is also the main shareholder of Tallink. Eesti Gaas has 50 000 customers and 230 employees.

Subsidiary companies

 

Eesti Gaas AS

Ants Noot

Chairman of the Board

Raul Kotov

Member of the Board

Margus Kaasik 

Member of the Board

Kalev Reiljan

Member of the Board

Gaasivõrgud AS

Roman Bogdanovitš

Chairman of the Board

Eerika Pentel

Member of the Board

EG Ehitus AS

Ahto Aruväli

Chairman of the Board

EG Energija SIA

Dāvis Skulte

Chairman of the Board

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Join our team!


If you enjoy new challenges and want to work in a collaborative environment where different opportunities are offered every day then contact us at Personal@gaas.ee.

  • We have a challenging, open and innovative team.
  • We have clear goals and also benefit from our good results.
  • We attach importance to effective collaboration and a strong team spirit.
  • No one feels alone with his or her problems – if we can help a colleague, we will do so.
  • We are equal and equally valuable as individuals, and we respect each other.
  • We benefit from competition and development.
  • We provide products and services that meet the customer’s needs.
  • We have an active and adapting sales organization.

Additional leave for 7 days
We give employees weekly winter holidays in addition.

We invest in development
We invite our employees to further training and we have created an environment where our employees are constantly developing to gain new knowledge, skills and experience.

 

History


Gas has provided Estonians with heat and light for over 150 years.

  • 1864

    The first gas factory in Tallinn; English coal is used to produce artificial gas for street lighting

  • 1948

    The predecessor of Eesti Gaas, the first gas transport company, is established; In addition, the production of oil shale gas begins

  • 1969

    Leningrad - Kohtla-Järve gas pipeline is first used to transport natural gas to Estonia; Natural gas is first mixed with shalle oil gas

  • 1988

    The name "Eesti Gaas" is introduced

  • 1993

    The AS Eesti Gaas Treaty was signed

  • 2005

    Eesti Gaas is being reorganized into a group, which includes subsidiaries AS EG Ehitus and AS EG Võrguteenus

  • 2013

    Subsidiary company AS EG Võrguteenus is divided; a new subsidiary, AS Gaasivõrgud, is registered

  • 2016

    Estonia's largest investment company, Infortar, becomes a major shareholder of AS Eesti Gaas

  • 2017

    Foundation of Latvian subsidiary SIA EG Energija.

  • 2018

    Foundation of Lithuanian subsidiary UAB EG Energija.

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