H2H Saltend project aims to "kick-start" decarbonisation initiatives in the surrounding Humber region.
Independent North Sea operator Kistos (AIM:KIST) has agreed to purchase two onshore gas storage sites from EDF Energy for £25 million.
ScottishPower and ZeroAvia partnership to explore green hydrogen solutions for airports in Aberdeen and Glasgow.
Upstream oil and gas is the main segment of the UK offshore energy industry likely to be impacted by uncertainty of a general election, top dealmakers have said.
The grants ranging from £50,000 to £250,000 will to go businesses and projects located in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray.
Hydrogen can already be a profitable and competitive alternative to petrol and diesel fuels, at least in world energy capital Houston, researchers claim.
The CEO of ITM Power (LON: ITM) has hit out at “oil and gas lobbyists” blurring the lines between blue and green hydrogen.
London-based testing, inspection and certification provider Element Materials Technology has completed the first phase of a £10 million investment into its hydrogen capabilities.
The application by ETZ Ltd has been submitted despite any commercial activity being put on hold.
The UK’s natural gas network will be ready to blend some hydrogen into the grid by the end of next year, according to its operator, which is preparing for the technology despite renewed debates about its viability.
Shell is set to cull hundreds of jobs from its low-carbon business next year, amid a renewed focus on profitability from CEO Wael Sawan.
Statera Energy has awarded a front end engineering and design (FEED) contract for the first phase of its 3GW Kintore Hydrogen project to Australian firm Worley.
Report shows the pace of development in the global hydrogen sector is accelerating, and the researchers are warning the UK is at risk of falling further behind the European Union and the United States.
Industrial decarbonisation project HyNet has partnered with a local talent development initiative to address the region’s green skills gap.
In a conversation with Energy Voice, vice president and general manager for EMEA at Eaton, Simon Matthieson explained that “the economics have got to be right” for hydrogen to see success.
Hydrogen is a losing bet for investors interested in making money in the foreseeable future, according to Barry Norris, the founder and chief investment officer of UK hedge fund Argonaut Capital Partners.
A leading voice on hydrogen has delivered a grim forecast for one of the government’s flagship support schemes.
On August 25, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) adopted a resolution proclaiming that January 26, 2024 will be dubbed the International Day of Clean Energy.
Aberdeen University is working on a project where hydrogen could be “banked” in depleted oil and gas reservoirs in the UK North Sea.
The North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) is to become the regulator for the UK’s offshore hydrogen storage and transport.
Scottish Government plans could see the country supply 10% of EU hydrogen demand and create 700 jobs.
We also take a deeper dive into the Scottish hydrogen projects that have made the cut.
The manner in which hydrogen is touted as a miracle fuel of the future, you would be forgiven for thinking that it has an immaculate set of credentials, including environmental.
A team of Rice Uni engineers claim they can successfully turn sunlight into hydrogen with record-breaking efficiency in a single and apparently durable, cost-effective and scalable device.
The rising cost of energy has made us all think more carefully about how best to heat our homes. That is why there was a significant amount of interest when the Energy Secretary, Grant Shapps, recently announced the UK Government was likely to scrap plans to replace conventional boilers with a hydrogen-based alternative.