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
The Argentine airline Flybondi has added the southernmost city in the world as a new destination and now operates three times a week between Buenos Aires and Ushuaia.
A culprit — if one is found — may not turn out to be the stuff spy novels are made of
The icebreaker “Sibir” is already the second delivered icebreaker of the 22220 class and will complement the rapidly growing fleet of powerful icebreakers
Norway’s gas and oil industry had a banner year, but the good times will only continue if drillers get a little more ambitious
But the two options its owner has been given are equally likely to result in failure
Conservation groups eye a potential precedent that can be used to halt oil and gas drilling elsewhere
The world’s most powerful icebreaker, the “Arktika” has led a convoy through the pack ice of the Northeast Passage for the first time.
Cinia and telecom company Far North Digital announced joint efforts to build a fiber optic cable system connecting Europe and Asia.