Baltic Sea ile ilgili hikayeler

• Swedish investigators concluded that detonations caused the recent damages to Russia’s Nord Stream gas pipelines. The preliminary investigation has “strengthened the suspicions of serious sabotage,” the Swedish Security Service said in a statement on Thursday. Two leaks in the pipelines under the Baltic Sea were found in Sweden’s exclusive economic area, and two others in Denmark’s zone last week.

07 Eki 2022

• European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen vowed to “stress check” the key EU infrastructure, including energy, after the suspected sabotage of Nord Stream pipelines in the Baltic Sea. Von der Leyen added that her safety push would involve national capitals, as EU states are responsible for overseeing energy and other basic infrastructure in the bloc.

06 Eki 2022

• Greece and Bulgaria started operating a gas pipeline, which will help southeast Europe decrease its dependency on Russian gas after Russia’s Gazprom cut energy supplies to Europe due to the sanctions against its invasion of Ukraine. The Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria (IGB) pipeline will transport 1 billion cubic meters of Azeri gas to Bulgaria and provide non-Russian gas to its neighbors. On a related note: Denmark said that Nord Stream 1 and 2 both stopped leakin...Devamını Oku

03 Eki 2022

• Sweden’s coast guard said a fourth leak has been found on the Nord Stream gas pipelines in international waters in the Baltic Sea after the first three leaks triggered suspicions of sabotage from Russia. NATO ambassadors said in a statement, “all currently available information indicates that this is the result of deliberate, reckless, and irresponsible acts of sabotage.” Swedish Coast Guard What Moscow is saying: Kremlin officials dismissed the allegati...Devamını Oku

30 Eyl 2022

• European natural gas extended gains as a spat between Russia and Ukraine over fuel transit added to an already volatile market, just hours after news about damage to the shuttered Nord Stream pipeline to Germany. Dutch front-month gas, the European benchmark, surged as much as 22% to its highest level in three weeks before closing 7% higher at €186.10 per megawatt-hour. via Reuters Foul play? Danish, German and Polish officials have signaled that suspicio...Devamını Oku

28 Eyl 2022

• US Navy amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge is taking part in international training in the Baltic Sea, becoming the first ship of its class to do so in at least two decades. The ship has been training for several months with the militaries of Sweden and Finland, which formally applied to join NATO after Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24. US Naval Forces

05 Eyl 2022

• Denmark will boost its planned offshore wind capacity in the Baltic Sea to 3 gigawatts and hook it up to the German grid via a 470-kilometer undersea cable as the region weans itself off its reliance on Russian gas. When established in 2030, the new line should be able to supply electricity to up to 4.5 million European homes.

30 Ağu 2022

• Ingka Group , the owner of most IKEA stores worldwide is buying a 49% stake in three wind development projects from renewables development company OX2 for €58 million. Ingka Investments said the two projects in the Baltic Sea and one off the southwest coast can reach up to a total installed capacity of 9,000 megawatts. Ingka Group already produces more renewable energy than it uses and invested around €3 billion in wind and solar projects since 2009.

30 Ağu 2022

• Russia’s Ministry of Defense warned Thursday that Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant’s backup support systems had been damaged as a result of shelling, and in the case of an accident at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant it is occupying in southern Ukraine, radioactive material would cover Germany, Poland and Slovakia. Both Russia and Ukraine have repeatedly accused each other of shelling the power plant. via Reuters Furthermore: Russia's foreign ministry rejecte...Devamını Oku

19 Ağu 2022

• Europe is suffering an extreme heatwave and severe drought, threatening ecosystems already endangered by climate change and pollution. France struggled to fight a huge wildfire while suffering its worst drought on record at the same time. Poland and Germany witnessed dead fish that have washed ashore along the Oder River that flows from Czechia to the north, into the Baltic Sea. The quote: European Space Agency chief Josef Aschbacher said: "Today, we are very con...Devamını Oku

12 Ağu 2022