Scotland’s green hydrogen capabilities could “significantly contribute” towards domestic and international net zero targets through the decarbonisation of heavy industry.
With talk of hydrogen-powered breakfasts as well as trains, ships and planes – have we reached a tipping point where this could become a reality?
Action and ambition will put Aberdeen and the North East at the heart of tackling climate change as part of a future global industry worth trillions, writes Energy Transition Programme Director at Opportunity North East (ONE), Martin McCormack.
‘A bright future for Levenmouth’: £18m for world’s first project to heat homes with 100% green hydrogen
Fife has leapt closer to launching the world’s first 100% green hydrogen network with the announcement of an £18 million funding boost.
Articles on hydrogen are commonplace in today’s media. Quoted benefits vary but the following list typifies hydrogen claims. They show a compelling case for widespread hydrogen use to support net zero.
Adnoc has made an unconventional discovery of 22 billion stock tank barrels onshore, Abu Dhabi’s Supreme Petroleum Council (SPC) has said.
Black & Veatch and Golar LNG have signed up to work together on the production of blue and green hydrogen and ammonia from floating facilities.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s 10-point plan put hydrogen at number two on the list, but panellists at session four of Energy Voice’s ETIDEX event wanted more clarity.
Cutting-edge green energy technologies in the Yorkshire and Humber region could create thousands of jobs and boost the economy, according to a report for the owner of the UK's largest power station.
Sasol has set out steps to cut carbon emissions in a 10-year pivot away from coal and towards alternative energy sources.
At a point when the world is talking of the energy transition, sub-Saharan Africa actually faces two.
There’s a danger that the deployment of hydrogen technology could be impacted by wider “government indecision” around what the future energy mix will look like.
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.
Chemicals giant Ineos has launched a new business aimed at developing and building clean hydrogen capacity across Europe.
As more operators and equipment manufacturers like turbine manufacturer Vestas take the carbon neutral pledge, ship designer and builder Ulstein, of Norway, is doing its bit by offering zero-emissions vessel designs to the offshore energy marketplace.
Germany’s planned Wilhelmshaven regasification terminal is reconsidering import plans and may opt to shift to hydrogen.
Hydrogen will play a key role in our transition to clean energy over the coming decades as it takes a priority position in the oil and gas industry’s decarbonisation efforts. In 2020, we have seen slower industry activity and a reduced oil price, but net-zero carbon targets and broad societal support for them remain.
Highland industries may start switching from traditional power sources to “green” hydrogen within three years under an ambitious plan that would establish the area as a “global forerunner” in large-scale production of the fuel.
UK onshore oil and gas firm IGas Energy has entered into heads of terms with US manufacturer BayoTech to produce hydrogen from some of its assets.
An ambitious hydrogen project in western Australia that seeks to become the world’s largest renewable energy export facility got a boost by winning major project status from the government.
Total remains committed to developing hydrocarbon resources, but the cost must be sufficiently low to survive in a world of lower prices, the company’s chairman and CEO Patrick Pouyanné has said.
My sources are indicating that the UK Government’s Energy White paper will make much of the role of hydrogen, particularly as a replacement fuel for space heating.
Zero Carbon Humber Partnership submits £75 million bid to advance UK’s first net zero industrial cluster
Twelve leading companies and organisations across the Humber have jointly submitted a bid worth around £75 million to accelerate decarbonisation in the UK’s most carbon intensive industrial region.
The first of a fleet of 25 new hydrogen buses bound for Aberdeen left its manufacturer’s factory in Northern Ireland yesterday.