A South Korean shipyard has canceled orders for the first of three LNG carriers after Sovcomflot failed to pay due to EU sanctions.
To better prepare for new threat situations, the Canadian government plans to invest billions in its armed forces, especially in the Arctic.
Greenland is open for investment, but its door is open widest to America
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.
The process may prove more important than the outcome
On June 8, 2022, seven of the eight member states of the Arctic Council announced their intention to resume limited operations without Russia
The 12 whales were distributed to the community after they were shot by mistake
The new German research icebreaker “Polastern II” becomes reality after the money for the tender for the new construction was finally approved.
The ice-breaking self-propelled platform “Severny Polyus” has passed the first sea trials. The unique ship is a new step in polar research.
Partnerships with the American and Canadian coastguards are helping the British navigate at both poles
The two Nordic neighbors Iceland and Greenland want to strengthen their bilateral ties and are also openly talking about a free trade agreement.
The new planned icebreaker “Polarstern II” has taken a big step towards realization after financial resources are provided by the German government.
The Swiss Polar Institute SPI has launched its two announced research initiatives (flagship initiatives), including one in southern Greenland
America’s coast-guard brass has admitted that its new icebreakers may arrive too late
When the new generation of American icebreakers set sail, it should not come as a surprise that they will be armed
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
Hunters are convinced they can eat their narwhals and have them too
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has not formed Britain’s Arctic defence strategy, but it has made its publication incredibly timely
Norwegians and Russians can usually get along. More money for Norway’s spy agency aims to help keep things that way even as the war grinds on
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.
It had become necessary to break up the cabinet in order to save it
But it needs anchoring to be sustainable
Copenhagen’s response to the war in Ukraine is putting relations in the Kingdom of Denmark to the test