West of Shetland operators are working with “serious intent” to get huge new oil projects “to a net zero outcome”, according to the head of a major clean energy scheme on the islands.
BP, Shell, and Acciona are amongst major players who have launched green hydrogen projects of varying sizes, with the technology proving to be an effective net zero solution. The challenge is, however, how can we produce hydrogen at scale?
Renewable hydrogen services firm Protium Green Solutions has made two new appointments to its board following a lucrative funding round.
Ørsted has taken a final investment decision (FID) on its first renewable hydrogen project, with plans to launch the facility later this year.
Siemens Gamesa and Siemens Energy have promised to unlock a new era of offshore green hydrogen production with the creation of a “game changing” solution.
Offshore wind and hydrogen are “good ingredients but a bad cocktail” according to Rystad Energy, with high costs remaining a “showstopper”.
ITM Power has announced the sale of a 24 megawatt electrolyser for use at Linde’s Leuna Chemical Complex in Germany.
Energy firms Total and Engie have agreed to build and operate France's largest renewable hydrogen production site.
The consortium behind the Oyster “green” hydrogen project has secured 5 million euros of EU funding to demonstrate their combined offshore wind turbine and electrolyser system.
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.
Hydrogen production unlikely to become subsidy free without initial government support warns Edison Group
Hydrogen produced from renewable sources is expected to be the key component needed to decarbonise the final 20% of global energy consumption.
Emerging technologies will be key to delivering the Government’s decarbonisation strategy and 2050 zero-carbon target, according to energy experts at Pinsent Masons.
Deltic Energy believes it has “the next Cygnus” on its hands as it eyes a farm-out of a promising North Sea prospect in the coming months.
Scotland’s green hydrogen capabilities could “significantly contribute” towards domestic and international net zero targets through the decarbonisation of heavy industry.
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.
A pioneering EMEC project to produce of green hydrogen via tidal power off Orkney has taken a step forward with the purchase of a special battery to help power it.
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.
Biting costs mean less than half of the planned pipeline of green hydrogen projects globally is likely to be up and running by 2035, according to Rystad Energy.
When developer ERM decided Aberdeen would be the home for Dolphyn, its world-first floating green hydrogen project, it said “it will put Aberdeen on the map”.
Spain is stepping up its efforts to enter the race to build a hydrogen industry, putting it on par with France and Germany in seeking a greener fuel for heavy industry.
Ørsted has teamed up with leading fertiliser company Yara in an effort to speed up decarbonisation of the food value chain.
Petrofac has been awarded its first ever green hydrogen front end engineering design (FEED) contract.