Scotland’s net zero secretary said the country's oil and gas expertise and close links with Europe would open new hydrogen export opportunities, but stressed it must also bring local investment.
ScottishPower and Storegga, the firm behind the Acorn carbon capture project, have announced a green hydrogen partnership to “transform” industry in the Highlands.
Ireland’s first ‘hydrogen valley’ was announced on Thursday by Taoiseach Micheál Martin, which would see Galway play host to a green hydrogen demonstrator hub providing fuel for transport.
Wood will provide concept engineering for the H2 Magallanes Project, a large-scale green hydrogen facility in southern Chile being developed by Total Eren.
Ørsted and Repsol have announced plans to explore joint development of floating offshore wind projects in Spain.
Neom has signed an agreement to begin construction of a 1.2 million tonne per year green hydrogen facility in Saudi Arabia, the largest in the world.
SSE Renewables and Siemens Gamesa have unveiled plans to produce and deliver green hydrogen in the Highlands.
SSE Renewables has unveiled a new leadership team and operating model as it looks to meet ambitious capacity targets in the coming years.
‘Today is a milestone’ – BP and Aberdeen City Council form joint venture to develop green hydrogen hub
Energy giant BP is to form a joint venture partnership with Aberdeen City Council (ACC) in order to deliver a major low carbon project.
H2 Green has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Highland Council, aimed at creating a network of green hydrogen hubs across the region.
Questions of green or blue hydrogen are by the by, there is a major need for construction to get under way in order to achieve net zero participants at the fourth episode of Hydrogen – Tracking Transition said recently.
The spread of offshore wind farms in Scotland could dent a key Shetland net zero project, which is working to decarbonise nearby oil and gas assets.
Sasol has reported EBIT of 24.3 billion rand ($1.6bn) for the six months ending on December 31, 2021, up 12%.
Hy24, Mirova, CDPQ and Technip Energies join forces to make record investment in green hydrogen firm
Green hydrogen investment platform Hy2gen has successfully completed a £167 million funding round.
Masdar has ambitious plans to scale up its power capacity and sees the entry of Adnoc and TAQA as set to “supercharge” its business.
US-headquartered engineering group Jacobs has been awarded a feasibility study contract from RWE to investigate the production and supply of hydrogen in South Wales.
Chemical and fertiliser giant Yara will install a green hydrogen demonstration plant at its ammonia production facility in Porsgrunn, Norway
Masdar did not win a piece of the ScotWind action this week, but the company is keenly interested in further offshore wind opportunities in the UK.
A German-headquartered company has been chosen by Shell to supply electrolysers for a green hydrogen project in the Netherlands.
Namibia will receive N$100 million ($6.3mn) in concession fees from its preferred hydrogen bidder this year, President Hage Geingob has said.
“Energy transition is at the forefront of our strategy”, explains Dan Carter, global director of decarbonisation and new energies at Wood.
As 2021 draws to a close and the energy world starts to look ahead to 2022, there seems little doubt that the role of hydrogen will loom ever larger over government energy policy, both here in the UK and globally. So what specifically should we expect?
Hydrogen is a major target in the energy transition, so it is only right that Africa launch its own plan to accelerate uptake.
Atome Energy is a step closer towards going ahead with its Iceland and Paraguay green hydrogen plans with the completion of its fundraising.