A green ammonium production plant could come to Norway’s Finnmark

A green ammonium production plant could come to Norway’s Finnmark

The Nordic energy corporations ST1 Nordic and Horisont Energy have signed a memorandum of understanding to co-develop a green ammonia project in the Northern...
Canada’s new Arctic patrol ship visits Iqaluit

Canada’s new Arctic patrol ship visits Iqaluit

The HMCS Harry DeWolf made its debut offshore from Iqaluit last week to participate in a number of military exercises. Crew on the ship are...
A major Greenland zinc mine is bigger than first thought, owner says

A major Greenland zinc mine is bigger than first thought, owner...

The lifespan of what could be Greenland’s largest mine is potentially 50 percent longer than previously predicted, according to its owner — though getting...
Chinese icebreaker sails to North Pole, explores remote Arctic ridge

Chinese icebreaker sails to North Pole, explores remote Arctic ridge

The Chinese icebreaker Xue Long 2 (or "Snow Dragon 2") is on its second voyage in the Arctic, during which it plans to conduct...
Russia starts operation to lay undersea fiber-optic cable through Arctic

Russia starts operation to lay undersea fiber-optic cable through Arctic

MURMANSK — Russia on Friday begins laying its first undersea fiber optic communications cable through the Arctic as part of a state-run project to...
Rosatom seeks Putin’s approval on a major plan for Arctic container shipping

Rosatom seeks Putin’s approval on a major plan for Arctic container...

The head of the Russian nuclear agency Rosatom urged President Vladimir Putin to approve a plan for container shipping along Russia's Arctic coast when...
Canada announces $40M for deepwater port in Nunavut

Canada announces $40M for deepwater port in Nunavut

Canada's federal government has committed more than $42 million to water and fishing services in Nunavut, which some politicians say will give the territory...
Review board reschedules hearing on Nunavut mine expansion

Review board reschedules hearing on Nunavut mine expansion

The Nunavut Impact Review Board’s hearing into Baffinland Iron Mines Corp.’s expansion proposal has been rescheduled for six days in November. The Ontario-based mining company...
Production of Arctic fiber-optic cable starts in Murmansk

Production of Arctic fiber-optic cable starts in Murmansk

Production is beginning on six pairs of fiber-optic cables with a bandwidth of up to 104 Tb/s that will be laid on the seafloor...
After two years of cancellations, northern ports hope for the return of cruise ships in 2022

After two years of cancellations, northern ports hope for the return...

After cruise ship visits to Nome, Alaska were canceled for a second season, the community is pinning its hopes on a the prospect of...