Dubai’s ENOC Group has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Japan’s IHI Corp. to establish a green ammonia project.
NewMed Energy has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MoU) to supply natural gas, and develop blue hydrogen, for delivery into Europe with Uniper.
Adnoc CEO Sultan Al Jaber has called for the world to produce from all the energy sources it can, while minimising emissions.
Oman’s OQ has set out a number of stratagems for the energy transition, but for 2021 emissions increased.
Petrofac has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Oman Hydrogen Centre (OHC), with a particular focus on green hydrogen.
QatarEnergy (QE) has launched plans for a world-scale blue ammonia project, with capacity of 1.2 million tonnes per year.
Technip Energies and Abu Dhabi’s National Petroleum Construction Co. (NPCC) have agreed to establish a joint company, aiming to focus on the energy transition.
Taqa and ADNOC have struck a $1.9 billion deal to acquire controlling stakes in Abu Dhabi’s clean energy firm Masdar.
Adnoc has strengthened its low-carbon ties with Japan, signing deals on blue hydrogen and ammonia, during a three-day visit.
ADNOC, the UAE’s largest energy firm, has acquired a 25% stake in the BP H2Teesside project.
A pioneering company has struck a deal to help decarbonise flaring sites in the United Arab Emirates, while producing hydrogen and graphene.
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Green Energy Oman (GEO) has commissioned a concept feasibility study from Worley for a 25 GW green hydrogen plan in Oman.
Neom has signed an agreement to begin construction of a 1.2 million tonne per year green hydrogen facility in Saudi Arabia, the largest in the world.
Germany has struck agreements with Adnoc on securing low-carbon test ammonia cargoes, which will play a key part in the European state’s energy transition.
The second episode of Bigger Faster Better explores the future of hydrogen and compares how this crucial low-carbon technology is developing in the UK and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
QatarEnergy (QE) is doubling down on its carbon capture and solar plans, with the aim of producing cleaner LNG.
Delek Drilling is relaunching as NewMed Energy as the company expands into new areas, such as blue hydrogen and renewable power.
Masdar has ambitious plans to scale up its power capacity and sees the entry of Adnoc and TAQA as set to “supercharge” its business.
Masdar has struck international deals on two of its domestic green hydrogen projects, on the sidelines of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW).
Masdar aims to be the world’s largest renewable energy company in the world, with a 100 GW target by 2030.
BP has signed a strategic framework agreement (SFA) with Oman, with the plan of delivering a “multiple gigawatt world-class” renewable energy and hydrogen plan by 2030.
Thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers has won work from Air Products to provide a 2 GW electrolysis unit to produce green hydrogen in Saudi Arabia.
French President Emmanuel Macron has overseen a number of commercial deals during his visit to the Middle East.
Adnoc and TAQA have set out a plan to take a leading stake in Masdar’s renewable energy and hydrogen businesses.