Globeleq has expressed its interest in producing green hydrogen in the Suez Canal Economic Zone.
Aberdeen-headquartered Wood has hailed its $230 million business on the other side of the North Sea.
Billionaire Elon Musk has told the ONS conference in Stavanger that “more oil and gas” is needed, at least in the near-term, for a sustainable future.
Namibia has chosen a number of hydrogen projects to move ahead in the Erongo Valley while Hyphen Hydrogen Energy has flagged up its progress on a $10 billion project.
Japan’s Toyota Tsusho has returned to Egypt to share initial results of a blue ammonia study, holding talks with the government on future production.
Aberdeen University has bagged £220,000 to boost a project aimed at creating a process for obtaining hydrogen from organic waste.
US Hydrogen scanning solutions provider H2scan has appointed an Aberdeen-based businessman to head up its European expansion.
ScottishPower has applied for government backing to support plans for a 100 megawatt (MW) green hydrogen plant at the Port of Felixstowe on the Suffolk coast.
Bruno Roche, Global Head of Energy Transition, ABB Process Automation, Energy Industries, outlines how collaboration can make a world of difference in accelerating innovation in low carbon hydrogen production, making it an affordable, accessible and clean energy source.
Oil and gas accounts for 25% of CO2 emissions from Norway. Quite simply, if the industry doesn’t step up then the country cannot meet its climate targets.
India’s state-backed Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and joint venture partner Greenko could invest up to $6.2 billion on Indian renewable energy and green hydrogen projects under the terms of an agreement signed this week, Press Trust of India (PTI) reported.
Atome Energy has awarded a first front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract for its planned facility in Paraguay.
The developers of the Acorn project say they hope the scheme can be online by 2027 but are wary of further delays to government support packages, as ministers met this week to discuss decarbonisation efforts.
The UK Government has announced Johnson Matthey (LON: JMAT) exec Jane Toogood as the country's first ever "Hydrogen Champion".
The UK Government is moving forward with policies to ramp up its nascent green hydrogen industry that uses renewable energy as it seeks ways to reduce dependence on imports of natural gas.
With its potential as an energy carrier that supports an increasingly renewable electricity grid, hydrogen can complement and accelerate other technologies required to deliver net-zero by 2050.
A hydrogen-powered vehicle dubbed as "the most energy efficient car on the planet" could be built in Aberdeen creating over 800 jobs.
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.
Eni, TotalEnergies, Occidental Petroleum and Sonatrach have signed a production-sharing contract (PSC) extending control over two blocks in Algeria’s Berkine Basin.
Hydrasun has unveiled a major drive on hydrogen technology, with a clutch of initiatives including the launch of a new skills academy, a recruitment push, and a new acquisition on the way.
FTSE 100 engineering firm Johnson Matthey (LON: JMAT) is nearing a deal to build a £60m hydrogen fuel cell factory in the UK, according to the Telegraph.
DNV is providing technical advice and support to Pipeline Infrastructure Limited (PIL) on the integration of blended hydrogen into its gas trunkline assets in India – including transmission pipelines, interconnects and spur lines, compressor, valve, as well as metering stations and equipment.
Getech, a geoenergy and green hydrogen company, has secured $2.15 million of new contracts. These include geoscience data sales and product renewals and extensions for the Group’s ground-breaking Globe knowledge base, which models the earth’s evolution over the last 400 million years.
Development pledges and new policing powers on CCUS, hydrogen and decommissioning have been unveiled in the UK Energy Security Bill, marking the “biggest reform” of its kind in a decade.