The Chief of Defence Staff of the Swedish Armed Forces visits the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence2018.03.13 The NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence has received a delegation from the Swedish Armed forces, headed by the Lieutenant General Dr Dennis T. Gyllensporre, the Chief of Defence Staff of the Swedish Armed Forces.
A delegation of Nordic Co-operation´s Conservative Group visited the NATO ENSEC COE2018.03.06 The guests were interested of the latest energy security developments in the Baltic Sea Region.
NATO ENSEC COE presenting CEIP at the Conference in the Police Academy in Szczytno2018.03.01 NATO ENSEC COE participated in an international conference "Involvement of the police, other services and institutions in the state critical infrastructure protection in time of asymmetric threats. Assessment and perspectives."
NATO ENSEC COE hosted Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Working Group2018.02.23 The aim of the meeting was to increase the synchronization and cooperation across all of the NATO stakeholders in the field.
High ranking Georgian delegation visit to the NATO ENSEC COE2018.02.09 NATO ENSEC COE has welcomed a delegation from Georgia, headed by Maj. Gen. Vladimer Chachibaia, the Chief of General Staff of the Georgian Armed Forces and H. E. Mrs. Khatuna Salukvadze, the Georgian Ambassador to the Republic of Lithuania.
The delegation of French cadets visit the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence2018.02.07 As future commanders cadets will meet the challenges of effective energy management and protection of critical energy infrastructure and will face its impact on military operation capability in full effect.
Nordstream 2: a “simple business project” with complex implications that challenges EU’s energy diversity & security2018.03.16 Fifty years since the first Soviet pipelines were laid to supply Western European countries with Soviet gas, the EU stands again at a crossroads in its energy policy.
East Med pipeline to possibly commence in 2019, bringing new diversification opportunities to the European energy scene2018.03.09 Israel expects a decision to go ahead with the construction of a 2,000 kilometer (1,243 mile) pipeline linking vast eastern Mediterranean gas resources to Europe to be made by early 2019, Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz told Reuters.
European Gas security at stake, with new developments between Naftogaz and Gazprom2018.03.06 Russia’s Energy Ministry said on Saturday that gas giant Gazprom’s intention to terminate contracts with Ukraine poses no immediate threat to natural gas supplies to Europe through Ukraine.
Weaponisation of energy reaches its limits with Stockholm arbitrage decision2018.03.02 On Wednesday, the company that owns the Ukrainian system, Naftogaz Ukrainy, won a $2.56 billion verdict that ends a four-year arbitration fight in Stockholm. The ruling, almost equal to the fine imposed last year by the European Commission on...
Complete switch to electricity from renewable sources in the near future is a possibility, the U.S. example.2018.03.01 A new study from US researchers has shown that wind and solar power generation could reliably meet 80% of the country’s electricity demand, and 100% could be met by scaling up energy storage capabilities and capacity.
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