Fourth gas leak at Nord Stream found

Authority supervising the Swedish coastline has confirmed its findings while the US reaffirmed its support to its European allies

Concerns grow over “sabotage” of Nord Stream 1 & 2

EU chief has said the incident will lead to the “strongest possible response”

“It is hard to imagine that Nord Stream leaks are accidental”

Denmark’s Prime Minister has said she could not rule out the possibility of sabotage

INEOS and partners to go ahead with Solsort field offshore Denmark

Production from Solsort is expected to cover up to 10% of the Danish gas consumption

Equinor signs 10-year contract to sell gas to Poland’s PGNiG

Around 2.4bn cubic metres of gas per year will be exported through the new Baltic Pipe, which connects the Norwegian gas export system to Poland via Denmark

Could 3D-printed reefs installed between wind turbines protect cod?

3D structures have been installed on the seabed in a Danish offshore wind farm to improve cod population growth

‘UK could fall behind China and EU on meat substitutes’

A think tank has said the UK alternative protein policy remains underdeveloped and underfunded

Russia’s Gazprom cuts off gas supply to Denmark’s Ørsted

The Danish company said Gazprom Export has halted the supply of gas after the Russian firm demanded payment in roubles, despite being under no obligation to do so under the contract

Danish offshore wind giant rejects demand for payments in roubles

Ørsted has said there is a risk that Gazprom Export will stop supplying gas to the company

Wind turbine blades of Ørsted’s wind farm fall into the sea

The company has requested a ‘no sail zone’ in response to the incident