NATO ENSEC COE welcomed a high ranking delegation from the Republic of Moldova2018.05.21 The guests were briefed on the major projects that the Centre has conducted and some of the work that is planned for the future.
Subject Matter Expert of NATO ENSEC COE participated in 11th Baltic Sea Region Forum2018.05.18 The Panel engaged in a broad exchange on the deteriorating security situation of the Baltic Sea region and its key implications for the region.
Fellows form the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies visited the NATO ENSEC COE2018.05.08 The guests had many insightful questions, most of which concerning the threats of the NATO Eastern Flank.
General Jonas Žemaitis military academy cadets visited NATO ENSEC COE2018.05.04 The cadets and non-commissioned officers were acquainted with the wide and complex notion of energy security and its importance to modern hybrid warfare.
Assistant Chief of Staff for Defence Planning at the NATO ACT Air Commodore Ralph Reefman visited NATO ENSEC COE2018.04.27 The guest was interested in various facets of energy security, from the interconnectedness of NATO Allies, to their security of supply and the implementation of critical energy infrastructure protection.
Joint Ukrainian, Georgian and Moldovan Parliamentary delegation visited the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence2018.04.26 The guests were briefed on the main aims of the Centre, as well as the activity field and future development plans.
EU granted funding for Gas interconnectors Denmark-Poland, Poland-Lithuania – strengthening versatility and diversity...2018.05.25 Both ventures are flagship projects of the EU and key to addressing the energy challenges facing the Eastern Baltic Sea Region and the Central-Eastern Europe.
Turkmenistan could become an additional player in the EU gas market via gas swaps with Iran.2018.05.09 Despite Turkmenistan's 'wrong' side of the Caspian Sea, the swap could increase the South Gas Corridor's capacity in the future.
Europe to improve gas supply diversification in the near future with US LNG shipments to Greece2018.05.04 US LNG imports to Greece would strengthening the gas infrastructure in SE Europe, develop small-scale LNG applications, and lessen vulnerability to external pressure.
Could blockchain in energy transactions improve security of supply in the future with multiple sellers joining the grid?2018.05.03 It is believed that implementing blockchain and artificial intelligence (AI) in the electricity system will reduce daily power consumption peaks, distribute utilization across the day, possibly curbing the length of any consequent demanded price.
US - Lithuania LNG cooperation: a continuing success story of Energy Independence2018.04.24 Lithuania signed two agreements with the Freeport LNG project in Texas during a meeting with President Donald Trump in Washington earlier this month, deepening its ties with the U.S. and the rivalry with Russian gas.
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