The facility located on the Gydan Peninsula represents Novatek’s second major project and is crucial to Russia’s goal of increasing its LNG production to 100 million tons.
The loss of sea ice in the Arctic is one of the most visible signs of our rapidly changing climate. Real Ice now wants to counteract the melting ice.
Despite a series of sanctions, the Arctic LNG 2 project has seen the light of day with its first production train operational. However, its performance has fallen short of the original target.
An unprecedented study reveals the best-ever estimate of the distribution of industrialized fishing. Although the poles are popular fishing grounds for certain species, they are also monitored in very different ways.
In Greenland, 25 of the 34 critical raw materials for the energy transition are present in significant quantities, and last Thursday the European Union and this country signed strategic agreements to develop sustainable value chains for the exploitation of these resources.
The business model of “salmon farming” is heavily criticized by regular reports of parasite outbreaks and their impact on the environment.
A foundation to fund research projects of excellence in the cryosphere will be launched this evening in Paris in the hope of saving the poles.
The German Aerospace Center’s Antarctic greenhouse EDEN ISS is back in Bremen after five years on the seventh continent in ice, cold and polar night.
The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded a $37.5 million grant to boost an Alaska mine project that would produce a mineral deemed critical to electronics and batteries: graphite.
The lightest element appears to have a big future in the region’s heavy industry
The ship will be named after Ivan Frolov, a renowned polar explorer. It is being built in St Petersburg at the Admiralty Shipyard and is scheduled to enter service in 2028
In Russia, fishing and ice fishing are one of the most populat spare-time activities. Now a new activity could soon join them – gold mining.
The Canadian government has extended a ban on oil and gas production along the country’s Arctic coast, much to the chagrin of representatives of the Northwest Territories.
More than 50 years ago, the former Soviet Union released gigantic crabs in the Barents Sea to help local fishermen, interfering massively with the ecosystem.
OneWeb and the Greenlandic telecom provider Tusass are teaming up to establish hi-speed communications via satellite in Greenland.
The 3 Petabit per second connection links tech firms with activities in the North to continental Europe
Currently, little is normal in relations between European countries and Russia. Despite all this, Norwegian-Russian management of the Barents Sea has proven to be a successful model.
As with all the other resources Greenland could be supplying the world, cost is an object
The Gruve 7 coal mine in Svalbard has signed a supply contract with the Swiss chemical company Clariant and will continue to send coal to Germany until 2025.
A by multiple billionaires backed company wants to mine raw materials in West Greenland for low-emission e-transport to curb global warming.
Local authorities say their agreement with LNS is open to discussion
The project’s owner believes it should be exempt from the law the rejection was based on
As many as 1,200 could be idled by October the mine is not allowed to exceed its annual production limit
A South Korean shipyard has canceled orders for the first of three LNG carriers after Sovcomflot failed to pay due to EU sanctions.