A considerable amount of the geothermal information was collected during the four decades of the deep geological mapping and oil exploration in Lithuania. The scientific geothermal activities in Lithuania began in late eighties. It started with the regional-scale estimation of the geothermal potential of the country. As a result, the first demonstration Klaipeda geothermal station was installed in west Lithuania. Still, the access to the geothermal data and their usage were quite restricted due to dilllution of the data in many industrial reports that are kept in the archives.
The digital data base and associating geothermal atlas were compiled at the Geological Survey of Lithuania to make an access and the management of the geothermal information more easy and efficient in order to assist in further geothermal industrial activities (Sliaupa, 2002).
Still, there is a little public knowledge of the existing geothermal data and geothermal energy potential in Lithuania. In order to promote the dissemination of the geothermal information the Geothermal website for Lithuania was created within the frames of the ENGINE project. It contains the information on the ongoing geothermal research activities in Lithuania, describes the geothermal field of Lithuania and adjacent territories, provides information on the available geothermal data and major sources for obtaining this information. The HDR/EGS opportunities in Lithuania are discussed based on the available geological, geophysical, geothermal information. Also, the list (and some links) of the publications concerning geothermal field of Latvia, Estonia, Belarus is provided. The greenhaus geothermal projects in Lithania are presented.