TotalEnergies is preparing for a further withdrawal from Russia. Now the French energy company announced it would set aside $4.1 billion.
The fifth time is not a charm for Norway’s ports; but it could have been worse
The decision was expected, and the reactions are predictable
Is there a shortage of personnel in Antarctica? This question comes up after several facilities had various positions up for grabs. A new addition is now Port Lockroy.
Following the discussions in Europe about continuing to purchase gas from Russia, Russian gas producers are now challenged and are looking for new sales markets in the East.
The Sámi feel that allowing mining on their land is neither green nor pleasant
Greenland risks going into the tourism season with its flag carrier in the midst of a crippling labour conflict
Making miners pay clean-up costs up front prevents them from hiding behind bankruptcy
Close economic ties with Russia are are suddenly turning into a liability
The first ship in the U.S. Coast Guard’s Polar Security Cutter program will be named “Polar Sentinel.” This was announced by USCG Commanding Admiral Karl Schultz.
A surge in energy prices has been exacerbated by Moscow, but the industry says its root is in Washington
The Ambler road would allow Alaska to open up a huge mining province, but federal land stands in the way
Actually, a Soyuz rocket was supposed to put 36 satellites of “OneWeb” into orbit next Saturday. Shortly before the planned launch, Roscosmos imposes conditions that are almost impossible to meet.
A contractor was approved after a third tender and a doubling of the budget
The Morrison government will expand Australia’s presence in Antarctica with an $800 million cash injection to better monitor the Australian territory.
The technology of manufacturing containers from new materials is one of the strategic directions of Omsk University. These are to replace steel fuel drums.
Regularly scheduled service between Akureyri and destinations in Denmark, Spain and the the UK is set to begin in June
Electric aeroplanes’ first big use will be on smaller routes
Arctic sea ice extent grew faster than average in the winter of 2021/22, bucking the trend of ice melt, reaching record levels in January 2022.
A bigger, deeper port in Nome will be America’s gateway to its maritime Arctic
The country’s ruling Social Democrats appear ready to approve more mines and spend less time doing it
Europe’s largest center for virtual worlds and e-sports is to be built on the northern Norwegian island of Andøya.
An increasingly open Arctic is an increasingly noisy Arctic for its maritime life
Dealing with it will be hugely expensive