TAQA and Adnoc have completed the acquisition of stakes in clean energy operator Masdar, coming in alongside Mubadala Holdings.
BP has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Egypt to explore green hydrogen options.
In the search for net zero, decarbonisation of the gas network will play a central role.
RWE has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Hyphen Hydrogen Energy on the supply of green ammonia from Namibia.
Atome Energy has doubled the planned capacity of its project in Paraguay, while announcing the appointment of engineering companies to carry out design work.
Energy research and consultancy firm Westwood Global Energy Group has appointed a new director of hydrogen.
South Africa’s Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has adopted a hydrogen investment strategy as it works to attract cash to the growing sector.
Medgaz wil carry out a study in 2023 on the possibility of blending hydrogen and gas in the pipeline, which runs from Algeria to Spain.
Members of the public have been invited to have their say on the first phase of plans for a £215m hydrogen scheme planned by BP and Aberdeen City Council.
ITM Power (AIM: ITM), a manufacturer of electrolysers for the green hydrogen industry, has unveiled its new chief executive.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has vowed to help “turbocharge” investments in South African infrastructure, calling out green hydrogen opportunities in particular.
Air Products and Mabanaft have set out a plan to build Germany’s first large green ammonia import terminal, at the Port of Hamburg.
The Sovereign Fund of Egypt (TSFE) has signed up to explore options for a new 1.1 GW wind project, with ACWA Power, and a green hydrogen plan with AMEA Power.
Hydrogen will unquestionably play a key role in the energy transition – but to do so will require the rapid expansion of equipment to produce, store, transport and consume it.
Three of East Asia’s leading energy and infrastructure groups have signed a new agreement to explore the development of green hydrogen and ammonia projects in Indonesia.
Namibia has been unable to close its deal with Hyphen Hydrogen by the launch of the COP27, in Egypt, but there have been other successes in the field.
Dubai’s ENOC Group has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Japan’s IHI Corp. to establish a green ammonia project.
Fertiglobe has begun commissioning the first phase of its Egypt Green hydrogen plant in a high-profile ceremony involving Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.
Wood (LON:WG) has secured an award for front-end engineering design (FEED) for a new green hydrogen production facility in Mosjøen in northern Norway.
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.
BP has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to explore green hydrogen opportunities in Mauritania, where the company is also working on major LNG export plans.
With the number of depleted oil and gas wells steadily on the up, a revolutionary initiative is aiming to put them to good use.
A number of key uncertainties remain over the deployment of hydrogen, but one point of agreement from Adipec this week has been the need for long-term contracts.
Centrica (LON:CNA) and Equinor have signed a co-operation agreement to explore the development of a hydrogen production hub at Easington in East Yorkshire.
Adnoc CEO Sultan Al Jaber has called for the world to produce from all the energy sources it can, while minimising emissions.