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
Concepts for new airports in the East Greenlandic communities of Ittoqqortoormiit and Tasiilaq are entering the planning phase
Iceland is already well equipped when it comes to renewable energies. Nevertheless, the country wants to examine the use of wind energy.
Russian energy giant Rosneft announced the discovery of an oil deposit in the Pechora Sea. The new oil field is estimated to contain 82 million tons of oil.
After more than two years of pandemic-related interruption, commercial flights between Chile and the Falkland Islands are now back.
A South Korean shipyard has canceled orders for the first of three LNG carriers after Sovcomflot failed to pay due to EU sanctions.
Greenland’s livestock farmers have a lot going against them. Add politics and inflation to the list
The development of the North Sea route is becoming a key priority for the government in Moscow in light of the sanctions. Towards the west, freight traffic has come to a virtual standstill.
14 Northern communities will receive funding to phase out fossil fuel
Ironbark Zinc already has the customers it needs for its Citronen mining project. That may turn out to have been the easiest part
OneWeb suddenly found itself without a launch service provider due to the conflict in Ukraine and the withdrawal of Roskosmos. Now two companies have agreed to step in.
Adventurer Chris Ramsey and Japanese car company Nissan plan to drive an all-electric SUV from the Arctic to the South Pole.
The two Nordic neighbors Iceland and Greenland want to strengthen their bilateral ties and are also openly talking about a free trade agreement.
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