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UK takes on hydrogen: A new generation of risk

Low-carbon hydrogen is an essential part of the UK’s strategy to achieve net zero by 2050. There are high hopes that hydrogen will eventually provide a clean source of fuel for homes, transport and industry, especially in sectors that are hard to decarbonise.

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Carbon capture essential to net-zero ambitions

CCS and CCS-enabled hydrogen will speed transition towards decarbonised energy security, writes James Richardson, Director, UK Industrial Decarbonisation at energy technology company Baker Hughes.

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Clean hydrogen energy transitions: What is the US Congress up to?

As the US Congress has spent the last year debating a slate of proposals to accelerate the transition to a clean energy economy, clean hydrogen has come to the forefront as an energy source that offers a politically and economically feasible path towards decarbonisation.

Opinion

The colours of hydrogen: what does 2022 have in store?

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?

Oil & Gas

Big choices for big oil as energy transition sets tone for 2022, says Woodmac

It’s set to be an action-packed year for majors, independents and national oil companies (NOCs) alike in 2022. Big choices will set strategic trajectories for the energy transition ahead and the M&A market is set to heat up with multi-billion dollar acquisitions on the horizon, reports energy research company Wood Mackenzie.

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Hydrogen in the UK: A blue route to the green light

As the frenetic activity of COP26 transforms into considered analysis, questions are being asked about whether the widespread adoption of hydrogen is any closer.