The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, formerly known as the Millennium Dam, is under construction in the Benishangul-Gumuz region of Ethiopia on the Blue Nile River
In 2011, Ethiopia started the construction of the 6,000-megawatt Renaissance Dam over the Blue Nile River
, one of the major sources of water that forms the Nile River downstream.
The levels of Blue Nile River
at Al Daim station, on the border with Ethiopia, registered a significant rise of 60cm, reaching 12.
A planned attack against the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam project located on the Blue Nile River
in the Benishangul region of Ethiopia was reportedly prevented from taking place by Ethiopian authorities.
French consultancy firms BRL and Artelia will conduct the studies on the proposed dam on Ethiopia's Blue Nile River
In statement extended to Sudan Tribune on Thursday, Sudanese Red Crescent Society (SRCS) pointed that new increase of Blue Nile River
water has been reported in Sennar in central Sudan, which is expected to arrive to Khartoum and Northern states within days.
The Blue Nile river
where the research focuses is one of the two major tributaries of the Nile with a total length of 1,450 kilometers, of which 800 km are inside Ethiopia and the rest is inside Sudan.
The dam will also regulate the flow of the Blue Nile river
and the Nile River water, increasing the annual electricity production in the Roseris, Sinar and Merowe dams and any other dams that would be constructed in the future along the Nile river.
He covers the Blue Nile River
Basin, computations of flow and sediment balances in the Blue Nile River
, hydrodynamic characteristics of the Blue Nile River
network, sediment fingerprinting in Roseires Reservoir, and morphodynamic impacts of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam and Roseires heightening along the Blue Nile River
On the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD or the Millennium Dam) being built on the Blue Nile River
, Al-Sisi said Egypt and Ethiopia reached understanding on the concerns of each other.
Another political issue involves Ethiopia's dispute with Egypt over Ethiopia's construction of the Renaissance Dam, a $4 billion hydroelectric project that Ethiopia is building on the headwaters of the Blue Nile River
Rains in Ethiopia feed into the Blue Nile river
which runs to Khartoum, Sudan's capital.