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Baltic LNG & New Energies Forum
5-6 June 2024
Hotel Amberton, KlaipedaLithuania

Kristina Rimkunaite
Subject Matter Expert - Research, Analysis and Lessons Learned Division at Nato Energy Security Centre Of Excellence


Kristina Rimkunaite is Subject Matter Expert at NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence (ENSEC COE) and Diplomat at Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania. ENSEC COE mission is to support NATO, Nations and Partners to meet the challenges of a dynamic energy security environment by addressing resilience, operational energy efficiency, and critical energy infrastructure protection. Ms Rimkunaite worked with extensive scope of different energy projects from 2007. The sectors covered include oil, natural gas, shale gas, chemistry industries, and RES (e-fuels, wind, hydro, solar, biomass, hydrogen). As economist she planned “Achema Group” Klaipeda LNG import terminal studies and case analysis. During her time with “Ignitis Group” Ms Rimkunaite set up small scale LNG value chain in Klaipėda. She also coordinated Lithuania’s National Energy and Climate Plan preparation at Ministry of Energy. Using her vast practical knowledge Ms Rimkunaite currently focuses on EU energy sector policies and strategies, with emphasis on energy transition and its impact on global and national energy security.

Agenda Sessions

  • Panel: Transformation of the energy sector - Can renewable energy replace fossil fuels by 2050?