Category Issue 3
by Filippo Verdolini On October 3rd the European University of Saint Petersburg hosted a prestigious round table discussion. The main topic was energy security, specifically “Pan-European Energy Security in the Post-Ukraine Crisis: Future Scenarios and Possible Solutions”. Experts from different countries and with different backgrounds were invited. Divergent points of views and interests were shared […]
Estonia’s First LNG Terminal. What Can the Country Learn from Lithuania’s Experience with LNG at Klaipeda?
by Vreni Veskimägi The recent rush in Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas´ willingness to agree on the construction of the first Estonian LNG terminal on poor terms and expertise is a politically motivated decision and should not be called the success for Estonians that some politicians claim it to be. The Estonian Prime Minister reported after meeting […]