Ministry thinks to turn power off when it gets coldEconomy
- Cyborgs in Ukrainian war: meet defender of Donetsk airportEstonian newsDonetsk airport, early morning of January 20th. The thick fog is hindering visibility. Guarding the terminal penetrated with many a bullet and blast, an Ukrainian serviceman Oleksandr Gudim is eyeing an increasingly watery blanket of snow and the dreary weather. Gut feeling says it's going to be bad: «Don't like it at all.» Within a few steps behind a wall, the separatists are preparing for fresh attack.
- Special audits to storm Port of TallinnEconomy
- Gas pipe route defies distress of localsEconomy
- Vopak LNG terminal alters Balticconnector courseEconomy
- Estonia must find storage location for 30,000 cubic meters of minimum gas supplyEconomy
- «Red Spider Terminal» looming for TallinnLocal NewsAs one, conceptual design «Tagasi» (Back Again) was declared by jury as winner of Tallinn Ülemiste Joint Terminal contest as authored by architect bureau 3+1 Arhitektid OÜ composed of Gert Guriev, Markus Kaasik, Riin Kersalu, Kerstin Kivila, Taavi Lõoke, Mihkel Meriste, Andres Ojari, Siim Tiisvelt and Ilmar Valdur.
- European Commission recommends Estonia to conclude gas agreement with LithuaniaEconomy
- LNG terminal re-enters battle zoneEconomy
- European Commission’s LNG terminal decision to come in SeptemberEconomy
- Paldiski oil plant project taken over by Russian capitalEconomy
- Study commissioned by Estonian ministry shows Paldiski as best location for LNG terminalEconomyWhile from LNG trading and gas flows point of view it doesn't make a substantial difference whether the new regional terminal for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is situated in Inkoo, Finland or Paldiski, Estonia, navigation related issues make it cheaper to build it in Paldiski, a study on the subject for the Estonian Ministry of Economy and Communications by former Eesti Energia board member Harri Mikk says.