A new A$2 billion ($1.54 billion) Queensland Renewable Energy and Hydrogen Jobs Fund will be established to expand on the previous A$500 million Renewable Energy Fund in the Australian state.
The Premier of Western Australia, Mark McGowan, told the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) conference on Tuesday that the state’s market share in renewable hydrogen exports in 2030 should be similar to its share of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports today.
Could a pleasure craft that once belonged to Libya’s former president Muammar Gaddafi become the world’s first hydrogen-fuelled yacht?
Hydrogen is a trending topic in any discussion of the energy transition. Blue hydrogen (from methane) is viewed as a potential transition fuel as we move to a low carbon economy. The OGA strategy which came into force in February requires licensees to ensure that technologies are deployed to enable hydrogen supply projects to be developed. But what would hydrogen be used for and is there a market for it?
The energy sector is awash with the benefits of hydrogen for domestic heating. It’s the most common element in Universe, it burns to water, it can be swapped out for natural gas – it is a wonder fuel.
As the proclaimed Oil Capital of Europe, it seems only right that Aberdeen should be front and centre of decarbonisation efforts too.
A major UK manufacturer of electrolysers for use in the production of green hydrogen has amassed an order backlog of £154 million.
The government has set a demanding timeframe to bring hydrogen into primetime – but crunch time is looming for the legal framework required.
A war of words is raging over blue hydrogen.
The global hydrogen technology manufacturing pie is going to be huge, according to Martyn Tulloch, OGTC head of energy system integration.
Some of the world’s most notable ideas and inventions have been born over a chat and a pint.
The number of hydrogen projects in development globally is on course to exceed those currently in operation by the end of the year, according to new figures.
An initiative aimed at helping create a renewable energy jobs boom in the Highlands has been launched, following the appointment of its first manager.
With any energy transition, there is a need to bring about wholescale change, from the up, to the mid and the downstream.
The debate around which direction the UK should take in terms of blue or green hydrogen is complex.
In the Scottish Highlands, discussions are currently ongoing that could transform the region into the world’s next energy and maritime hotspot.
Shell has picked Australian energy services firm Worley to support the development of a new 200MW electrolysis-based hydrogen plant in the Netherlands.
CWP Global has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Mauritania on green hydrogen, potentially worth $40 billion.
Germany’s KfW Development Bank has set out plans to fund hydrogen projects in South Africa.
Denmark-based renewable energy developer Ørsted and South Korean conglomerate POSCO have signed a memorandum of understanding to expand their relationship as the North Asian nation seeks to significantly boost its offshore wind capacity.
State-backed Sinopec is ready to launch its first green hydrogen project in Inner Mongolia next year as part of an effort to help meet its goal of becoming China's top hydrogen company by 2025.
Clean Power Hydrogen (CPH2) has hit a “significant milestone” after bagging an order to supply a 1 megawatt electrolyser.
Adnoc has set out preliminary plans for a world-scale 1 million tonne per year blue ammonia facility in Ruwais.
The Port of Cromarty Firth (PCF) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Norwegian firm Gen2 Energy to import green hydrogen from Norway.
Australian oil and gas producer Woodside has teamed up with Japanese companies IHI and Marubeni to explore production and export of "green ammonia" to Japan.