Norwegian green hydrogen technology firm Hystar has announced ABB will join its HyPilot project as a supplier.
ABB and Imperial College London signed a 10-year contract to continue their carbon capture technology partnership.
ABB has been contracted to provide electrical engineering for the power distribution at a 1GW hydrogen scheme on Denmark’s west coast.
Blue hydrogen is around half the price of green, he noted, after normalising for incentives and penalties. “The models show then that green hydrogen takes over, at around a decade out.”
RenewableUK’s latest date report shows the UK’s pipeline of offshore wind projects is creeping ever nearer to 100 gigawatts (GW).
The $2.8 billion plant will also be equipped with carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Annual emissions of the super-destructive greenhouse gas sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) equate to the annual carbon dioxide CO2 emissions of a staggering 100million cars.
ABB has agreed to pay 2.5 billion rand ($144 million) to South Africa in order to resolve criminal conduct relating to its work for power utility Eskom.
The best and brightest of the energy industry's supply chain has been celebrated in glamour at an awards bash from the EIC.
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.
Energy management is continuously evolving, making it one of the most relevant topics of our time.
Leading technology firm ABB has been picked to provide power from shore equipment to a North Sea oil and gas field.
With the UK Government setting ambitious industrial decarbonisation targets, Will Leonard, Innovation and Technology Manager, ABB Energy Industries UK, argues that the substantial opportunities presented by a fully integrated and digitalised hydrogen infrastructure must be embraced. A reliable and stable hydrogen economy in the UK will require robust digital systems to support the complex and interdependent systems needed for hydrogen production, distribution and utilisation.
The world and energy markets are turbulent and demands for change are coming from all areas. For companies to benefit from these changes, they must focus on doing today’s operations in a more sustainable manner, whilst expanding into new areas.
There are “hard truths” facing the future of the North Sea and the global oil and gas industry on the way to net zero, a key industry event has heard.
An alliance exploring offshore platform electrification in the UK can act as the “glue” that binds together a range of stakeholder interests and make projects a reality.
ABB will supply the overall electrical power system (EPS) for the multi-billion dollar Jansz-Io Compression (J-IC) project offshore Australia after winning contracts with Chevron and Aker Solutions worth $120 million.
Total intends to resume work at the Mozambique LNG site after the government has provided assurances of improved security.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has signed up to provide $530 million to construct a transmission line in Angola.
TechnipFMC will lead a consortium made up of some of the biggest names in renewables to construct and test its new offshore green hydrogen production system.
Eskom has struck a deal with ABB under which the engineering company will repay 1.56 billion rand ($103.1 million).
An Aberdeen man has been found guilty of conspiracy to give corrupt payments in a Unaoil bribery case that has rumbled on for more than four years.
‘Clarity’ for North Sea supply chain vital to achieve energy transition targets, Aker Solutions chief says
The UK head of Aker Solutions has called for more “clarity” over how North Sea supply chain firms will fit into the energy transition.
The UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has dropped its investigation into ABB linked to the Unaoil case.
With many hydro plants aging, there is a rapidly growing need for management to digitalize operations to get the best out of their assets, as well as to optimize process and performance. Will Leonard, Product Manager, Asset Performance Management, from ABB’s Energy Industries team discusses the untapped potential of predictive maintenance.