hydrogen

TES and Toho Gas sign agreement for close collaboration for the value chain of e-NG

TES and Toho Gas Co., Ltd. announce that both companies have signed a comprehensive agreement to explore the development of an e-NG supply chain in order to support Japan’s decarbonization goals.

The race for clean energy: LNG and LH2 as the next frontier in fuel technology

11/30/2023

This article presents a comparison of LNG and LH2 as fuels, and discusses the properties and characteristics of both, including energy density, transportation, storage, safety, environmental impact, availability and cost.

U.S. awards $7 B to seven U.S. hydrogen hubs

The Biden administration is expected to announce the winners of $7 B in federal grants to build out regional hydrogen hubs.

ABB applies electrical expertise at major green hydrogen site in Denmark

ABB has been contracted by Danish company H2 Energy Esbjerg ApS to provide basic electrical engineering for the power distribution from grid point of connection to electrolyzers, and for other process equipment at its 1 GW hydrogen production facility in Esbjerg and hydrogen distribution hub in Fredericia, Denmark.

GTC Vorro Technology launches calculator for quick, accurate determination of H2S and equivalent SO2 mass

GTC Vorro Technology, a turnkey provider of environmental services and process technologies to oil and gas, refining and petrochemical companies, has debuted its new calculator for generating the amount of hydrogen sulfide and sulfur dioxide mass.

Hydrogen will be a key enabler of the energy transition, say industry experts at Gastech 2023

The second day of Gastech 2023 has drawn to a close, with high-level participation from policymakers and business leaders from over 100 countries, enabling significant progress on the path to net zero.

Ministers, CEOs and global business leaders commit to unified industry action towards net zero on opening day of Gastech 2023

Gastech 2023, the world’s largest meeting place for natural gas, LNG, hydrogen, low-carbon solutions, and climate technologies, opened today welcoming record-breaking numbers to Singapore EXPO.

The story behind engineering the world’s largest post-combustion carbon capture plant

9/1/2023

VPI—a power generator and owner of a 1,260-MW combined-cycle natural gas power plant based in Immingham, UK, adjacent to the Humber Oil refinery—is set to play a pivotal role in decarbonizing the region, as it plans to transform its existing facility into the largest post-combustion carbon capture plant of its type in the world.

Saudi Arabia's PIF signs MoU with France's Engie for green hydrogen projects

Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund signed a memorandum of understanding with French energy company Engie for green hydrogen projects, the PIF said in a tweet.

India in talks to supply green hydrogen to EU and Singapore

India has discussed a possible deal to supply more than 11 million mtpa of green hydrogen to the European Union and Singapore, who in turn would invest in these Indian clean energy projects, three government officials and one industry source said.

India mulls bilateral deals for green hydrogen-linked carbon credits

India is considering bilateral agreements with countries such as Japan to allow them to use carbon credits linked to green hydrogen production in India in exchange for investment and purchase deals, two government sources and one industry source said.

Spain raises bet on green hydrogen, biogas in draft plan

Spain will double its 2030 biogas production target and almost triple its green hydrogen goal as part of a broad upgrade of its energy and climate ambitions, a draft of the government's strategy showed.

Germany, South Africa agree to cooperate on green hydrogen projects

Germany and South Africa y agreed to cooperate on green hydrogen projects in the latest bid by Europe to tap into Africa's huge renewable resource potential to meet 2050 net zero targets.

Wood and Centrica Storage explore low-carbon hydrogen production hub

Wood is working with Centrica Storage to evaluate the feasibility of transforming its Easington gas processing terminal to a low-carbon production hub.

Netherlands increases subsidies for green hydrogen production

The Dutch government said it will increase subsidies for the production of hydrogen from renewable sources of energy, known as 'green hydrogen', by €1 B next year and another €3.9 B in the years after.

Portugal's grid ready to transport 10% hydrogen this year

Portugal's REN has started adapting its high-pressure natural gas grid to allow it to carry an up to 10% share of green hydrogen as early this year, the company said.

South Africa partners with Dutch, Danish governments on green hydrogen fund

South Africa and the governments of the Netherlands and Denmark launched a $1-B green hydrogen fund to help kick-start an industry seen as critical to the country's decarbonization efforts.

thyssenkrupp pulls trigger on long-awaited IPO of hydrogen division Nucera

thyssenkrupp launched the long-awaited listing of its hydrogen division Nucera, suggesting its new chief executive intends to waste no time in reviving the fortunes of the embattled conglomerate.

U.S. grapples with how clean is green hydrogen

Signed into law last year, the Biden administration’s Inflation Reduction Act will plough almost $400 B into clean energy projects and a large part of that will finance a tiered subsidy for emission-free hydrogen production.

Edison opens 'strategic' hydrogen-ready power plant near Venice

Italian energy group Edison inaugurated a new lower-emissions gas power station near Venice which in the future should also run on a hydrogen-gas mix that should be even less pollutant.

Spain's energy firms look to central Europe markets for green hydrogen deals

Spanish oil company Cepsa signed on Wednesday two agreements aimed at shipping green hydrogen between Spain and the Netherlands, a day after renewable energy giant Iberdrola took a similar step.

Hydrogen hype meets hard realities for Tasmania's global ambitions

Hydrogen has been hyped as offering perhaps the greatest hope of a renewable energy to replace fossil fuels, and Australia's island state of Tasmania is lauded as one of the best places to develop the new industry.

Fuel gas blending: Follow the H2 signal

6/13/2023

In some cases, it may be practical to blend hydrogen (H2) into the local natural gas distribution network via an agreement with local utilities, but regardless of the strategy, blending must be carefully controlled. This article examines these challenges.

Japan to invest $107 B in hydrogen supply over 15 years

Japan plans to invest $107.5 B over the next 15 years to supply the country with hydrogen, the government said, as it accelerates efforts to use the gas to shift to a low carbon economy.

Germany welcomes construction of hydrogen-ready pipeline with Italy

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said he is pleased that Italy and Germany have agreed to push ahead with work on the construction of a new pipeline to transport gas and hydrogen between the countries.

IMI Critical Engineering completes first pilot test for green hydrogen generation

IMI Critical Engineering has successfully completed its first field test for the generation of green hydrogen using its new IMI VIVO polymer electrolyte membrane electrolyzer.

Galp eyes final decision on green hydrogen plant this year

Portugal's oil company Galp hopes to take the final investment decision on its first 100-megawatt green hydrogen unit by year-end, but still needs to clarify some regulatory and tax issues, a company official said.

Germany, EU to combine funding schemes to boost green hydrogen

Germany wants to combine its H2Global funding scheme to support green hydrogen with the new European Hydrogen Bank, the economy ministry said in a statement.

TotalEnergies and TES join forces to develop a large-scale e-NG production unit

Tree Energy Solutions is joining forces with TotalEnergies to study and develop a large-scale production unit in the United States for e-natural gas (e-NG), a synthetic gas produced from renewable hydrogen and CO2.

Plug Power plans $6-B hydrogen projects in Finland

Plug Power Inc, a U.S. maker of hydrogen fuel systems, said it aims to build three plants in Finland costing some $6 B to produce green hydrogen and ammonia for the European market.

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