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NATO ENSEC COE is conducting the Operational Level Energy Security Course in cooperation with...

NATO ENSEC COE is conducting the Operational Level Energy Security Course in cooperation with Baltic Defence College

2019.03.19
The aim of the Course is to provide students with knowledge of the importance of energy and energy security in the current geopolitical environment and their influence on military operations.
“Climate Trial” of the Hybrid Power Generation and Management System in Canada

“Climate Trial” of the Hybrid Power Generation and Management System in Canada

2019.03.15
The main aim is to determine the potential applicability of HPGS technologies in cold, inclement environments.
The delegation of Italy's Parliamentary Intergroup visits the NATO ENSEC COE

The delegation of Italy's Parliamentary Intergroup visits the NATO ENSEC COE

2019.03.14
Delegation was mostly interested in the subject of Energy Security in its complexity and it’s very close ties with Cyber Security.
NATO ENSEC COE preparing for the flagship TTX Coherent Resilience 2019

NATO ENSEC COE preparing for the flagship TTX Coherent Resilience 2019

2019.03.13
NATO ENSEC COE and the Joint Research Centre (JRC) conducted scenario development workshop of a joint tabletop exercise Coherent Resilience 2019 (CORE19).
Official cooperation agreement between Republic of Lithuania and Sakartvelo signed at the NATO...

Official cooperation agreement between Republic of Lithuania and Sakartvelo signed at the NATO ENSEC COE premises

2019.03.08
The Declaration of Intent was signed by the Defence Minister of Sakartvelo, Mr Levan Izoria, and the Defence Minister of the Republic of Lithuania, Ms Raimundas Karoblis.
NATO ENSEC COE delegation visited partner institutions in Ankara, Turkey

NATO ENSEC COE delegation visited partner institutions in Ankara, Turkey

2019.02.22
Delegation was welcomed at the NATO Defence Against Terrorism COE, Turkish General Staff PfP Training Centre and Bilkent University Energy Policy Research Centre.

Germany Wobbles on Russian Gas Pipeline as Trump Pressure Starts to Bite

2019.01.09 Nord Stream 2 is losing support in Germany as growing block of German politicians view the project as a geopolitical liability. “There is not only Russian gas coming through the pipeline, but also Russian influence,” said Richard Grenell, the U.S....

Gas could compress the Ukrainian boil in 2019

2019.01.08 The actual gas-transit contract between Naftogaz Ukrainy and Gazprom is set to expire at the end of 2019. Both Russia and Ukraine are going to seek their own strategic goals. Three possible scenarios of further action affecting Europe energy...

The EastMed Pipeline Project in Perspective

2019.01.07 The Prime Ministers of Cyprus, Israel and Greece declared to signing an agreement which is going to firm one of the longest and deepest underwater gas pipeline in the world. The new alliance can possibly cause the changes of geopolitical and...

Renewables overtake coal as Germany's main energy source

2019.01.04 The renewable energy of Germany’s power production shifted from 19.1 percent in 2010 to over 40 percent in 2018 and marks the progress as Europe’s biggest economy aims to provide long-term exit from coal.

Greener hydrogen from water

2019.01.04 Hydrogen, one of the most considered sustainable energy alternative is cheap, but the freeing of it harms the environment. Associate professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering Jiao and his research team are focused on developing processes...