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Russia Cuts off Finland Gas Flows over Payment Dispute

Russia’s Gazprom halted gas exports to neighbouring Finland, the latest escalation of an energy payment dispute with Western nations. Gazprom Export has demanded that European countries pay for Russian gas supplies in roubles because of sanctions imposed over Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine. But Finland refused to do so. “Gas imports …

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Russia to Halt Electricity Exports to Finland on Saturday

Following Thursday’s report that Russia threatened to cut the flow of gas to Finland, Russia—through its entity RAO, will suspend imports of electricity to Finland as of 1:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 14, Fingrid said on Friday in a statement on its website. The Finnish transmission system operator, Fingrid, claims …

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Friendly Bacteria Treats Wastewater with Less Energy

Bacteria that eat nitrogen and organic matter are part of processes that can be developed for treating wastewater with less energy and emissions. More than half of the energy required for wastewater treatment is used to supply oxygen to the biological reactor. The bacteria need oxygen to function. However, treatment …

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