Could a pleasure craft that once belonged to Libya’s former president Muammar Gaddafi become the world’s first hydrogen-fuelled yacht?
Shell has picked Australian energy services firm Worley to support the development of a new 200MW electrolysis-based hydrogen plant in the Netherlands.
Shell is carrying out a feasibility study with partners to trial the use of hydrogen fuel cells for ships in Singapore, the first such move for the supermajor and the Southeast Asian city state.
Sasol has launched plans to take a major step into the production of green hydrogen, both domestically in South Africa and in Germany.
Germany has expressed interest in the production of hydrogen in Angola, chiming with the European state’s energy transition goals.
Leif Höegh & Co. (LHC) in a joint venture with Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners have made a 23.5 krone ($2.73) per share offer for Höegh LNG Holdings.
Ørsted has taken a final investment decision (FID) on its first renewable hydrogen project, with plans to launch the facility later this year.
Energy firms Total and Engie have agreed to build and operate France's largest renewable hydrogen production site.
A clear green hydrogen energy strategy is necessary if energy companies are to commit to investing in UK green hydrogen projects.
BP and Danish energy firm Orsted will team up to develop large-scale green hydrogen production at a refinery in north-west Germany.
Germany’s planned Wilhelmshaven regasification terminal is reconsidering import plans and may opt to shift to hydrogen.