The 3 Baltic countries have announced that they apparently import zero Russian gas now. More interestingly, this was a gradual reduction, e.g.
In 2015, nearly 100 per cent of Lithuania's gas supplies derived from imports of Russian gas but the situation has changed drastically over the past years after the country built an off-shore LNG import terminal, launched in 2014, in the port city of Klaipeda. [...]
Last year, some 26 per cent of Lithuania's gas supplies derived from deliveries from a Russian gas pipeline while 62 per cent came via Klaipeda's LNG terminal and the remaining 12 per cent were imported from a gas storage in neighbouring Latvia.
While bulk prices for gas are (alas) notoriously difficult to know due to contract secrecy, end-user prices can't be so easily hidden. So, how did end-user prices for natural gas change in Latvia relative to Germany, in that 2015-2021 time frame?