Archive for the ‘Greenland’ Category

Greenland’s Green Ammonia Opportunity

Via The Maritime Executive, a report on Norway’s H2Carrier and Greenland’s Anori plans to develop the first commercial windfarm in Greenland, with subsequent production and export of green ammonia to international markets: Norwegian startup company H2Carrier which looks to use floating production concepts similar to the oil and gas sector to produce green ammonia announced plans […]

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How Greenland’s Mineral Wealth Made It a Geopolitical Battleground

Courtesy of Foreign Policy, a look at how Denmark’s semi-autonomous territory is coveted by China, the United States, and global mining companies: Angutitsiaq Isbosethsen, 21, sits on a small hill close to Kangerluarsuk, a deep-frozen fjord in Kujalleq in South Greenland. His hometown, Narsaq, with 1,346 inhabitants, is 20 minutes away by boat. Isbosethsen works as a […]

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What The Billionaire Club’s Run On Cobalt Means For Greenland and Africa

Via Vanity Fair, a look at how Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, and other masters of the universe are betting big on Greenland as mining in the Congo gets too dirty for even Elon Musk: As the bankers from J.P. Morgan’s London offices stepped off the two-hour private flight from Johannesburg onto the hot runway, soldiers sporting […]

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