HyAfrica carried out fieldwork in Morocco and South Africa earlier this year. The group reported “very promising” results in Ain Bni Matha and Mpumalanga respectively, detecting multiple hydrogen seeps.
Natural hydrogen was previously considered non-existent, or at least inaccessible, but could it have a role in the future energy system?
Getech has completed a geothermal study for Angus Energy, identifying several promising areas for energy production in southwest England.
Hydrogen and geo-energy group Getech has announced a new technology that allows users to predict the location of natural hydrogen deposits.
The executive chairman of Getech has foreshadowed a “very promising pipeline of opportunities” this year, following a record order book in 2022.
A quiet revolution is taking place across the Highlands of Scotland, as a drive towards a green hydrogen economy is leading the decarbonisation of the transportation of goods across the region.
Hydrogen and geo-energy group Getech is to explore potential geothermal projects across Latin America, under a new agreement with technology developer Eavor.
Getech has completed the first phase of development at its Inverness green hydrogen hub, clearing the site ready for new infrastructure.
Getech (AIM: GTC) has signed a £905,800 contract with an undisclosed "major international energy company" for its ‘Globe’ platform.
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.
H2 Green has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Highland Council, aimed at creating a network of green hydrogen hubs across the region.
A Scottish firm has appointed an engineering director to lead its efforts to build hydrogen hubs at Inverness and Shoreham.
Six companies submitted bids for offshore exploration concessions in Sierra Leone’s recent bid round.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has once again released new data in an effort to attract and incentivise North Sea exploration.