ENSEC COE NEWS
ENSEC COE NEWS
New Zealand Ambassador to the Republic of Lithuania, H.E. Mary Thurston, visited the NATO ENSEC COE on the 11th of July2019.07.12 The visit was a part of a bigger trip, H.E. Mary THURSTON arrived to Vilnius after visiting the Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (NATO CCD COE) in Estonia, Tallinn.
The NATO ENSEC COE delegation attends Advanced Energy Security Symposium in Baku2019.07.04 This week long training course is designed for civilian and military regional experts who deal particularly with energy infrastructure matters, cyber threats and energy security models.
The Ambassador of Portugal in Denmark visited the NATO ENSEC COE on the 26th of June2019.06.26 The Ambassador was introduced to the main projects, courses and events hosted by the Centre as well as the ongoing scientific researches.
Delegation from the Embassy of the United States of America in Ukraine visited the NATO ENSEC COE2019.06.20 The objective of the delegation was to gain a deeper knowledge of NATO activities in Lithuania and region’s energy security.
Coherent Resilience 2019 - post exercise discussion2019.06.17 The Post Exercise Discussion (PXD) is the forum for active discussion among participants after the exercise, while thoughts and impressions are still fresh.
NATO ENSEC COE was visited by Major General Michael Claesson from Sweden2019.06.13 The guest was particularly interested in the Centre’s impact on region’s energy infrastructure security and exercises that contribute to the energy security topic.
A Bipartisan Solution to Poland's Energy Woes2019.06.11 Thirty years after the fall of communism, pipeline politics still dominate Polish diplomacy. Therefore, energy security and independence is a goal worth pursuing for the current government of Poland. This week, Poland‘s President Andrzej Duda will...
Nuclear Power Will Fade Unless It Becomes More Competitive2019.06.10 The nuclear energy sector is being minimized in many countries across the globe, except for China and India. Nuclear plants are getting old and probably won‘t be replaced in Europe, also, a significant price drop in solar and wind energy makes...
Demand from Asia Is Set to Power the Growth of the Global Gas Industry Over the Next Five Years2019.06.10 Because of increasing energy consumption in fast-growing Asian economies, global demand for natural gas is set to keep growing. Supplies will come from both new domestic production and from major exporting countries. IEA‘s Executive Director...
District Heating Needs Flexibility to Navigate the Energy Transition2019.06.07 Heating in buildings and hot water production is an amenity that consumes most the energy supply in many countries. This adds up significantly to high CO2 emissions. A system called district heating could produce energy in a centralised way and...
US Calls ‘False’ The Narrative that LNG Cannot Compete with Pipeline Gas2019.06.07 The U.S. promises to keep importing LNG at competitive prices in order to maintain counterbalance to Russian imports and help Ukraine become energetically independent. US energy secretary Rick Perry stated that the gas supply sources need to be...
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