December 2021, Vol. 248, No. 12


Part 1: Charting the Arctic’s Hydrocarbon Future

By Gordon Feller, PGJ Contributor     Russia’s government announced, in late July, a sweeping agreement to partner with Dubai’s global transport behemoth, DP World Corp. The goal is to launch a partnership that takes advantage of Arctic warming, which the oil and gas industry says is opening new navigation options and a host of new economic development opportunities.   Russia is not alone in its focus on the Far North. In July of last year, the European Commission launched a public consultation on the way forward for the European Union’s (EU) Arctic policy. In the 12 months since that program began, rising temperatures have taken a huge toll on the ecosystem. What

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