Hydrogen

Meld Energy Gets Approval for $317 Million Hydrogen Facility in Hull

Meld Energy has received approval from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to build a $317 million, 100-megawatt green hydrogen production facility at Saltend in Hull.

Uniper Plans Steps to Boost Hydrogen Port at Wilhelmshaven

German utility Uniper will focus on talks with a big customer and early steps to develop hydrogen storage facilities this year after winning EU backing for two clean energy projects at the North Sea port of Wilhelmshaven, its operations head said.

Peoples Natural Gas, H Quest, and University of Pittsburgh Collaborate on Hydrogen Energy Project

Learn how Peoples Natural Gas, H Quest, and the University of Pittsburgh are collaborating on a pioneering project to produce zero-emission hydrogen energy at scale in Western Pennsylvania.

TotalEnergies, Air Products Ink Deal for Green Hydrogen Delivery

French oil and gas major TotalEnergies said on Friday it had signed a deal with U.S. industrial gases company Air Products and Chemicals for delivery of green hydrogen.

Luxfer Introduces G-Stor Hydrosphere for Advanced Hydrogen Transportation

Developed for safe and sustainable hydrogen transportation via virtual gas pipelines, the G-Stor Hydrosphere range offers significant capacity and energy delivery.

Italy, Germany, and Austria Sign Cooperation Deal for Southern Hydrogen Link

Italy, Germany and Austria have signed an agreement to cooperate on the development of a network to transport hydrogen from the southern Mediterranean to northern Europe, the energy ministries of the three countries said on Thursday.

German Cabinet Approves Bill to Fast-Track Hydrogen Power Expansion

Germany's cabinet approved on Wednesday a bill to fast-track the construction of hydrogen infrastructure, import and production facilities as Berlin bets on the fuel to help decarbonize Europe's biggest economy, government sources said.

Italy Seeks Deal to Expedite Hydrogen Pipeline to Austria and Germany, Sources Say

Italy is aiming to sign a letter of intent with Germany and Austria to speed up development of a more than $4.35 billion southern pipeline for supplying hydrogen to central Europe, sources close to the matter told Reuters on Tuesday.

TotalEnergies-Led Joint Venture to Study Large Green Hydrogen Pipeline Project In Tunisia

The project will have access to the European market through the “SoutH2 Corridor”, a hydrogen pipeline project connecting North Africa to Italy, Austria, and Germany, which is expected to be commissioned around 2030.

Why the U.S. Gulf Coast is Ideal for Clean Hydrogen Production

The Gulf Coast currently produces 3.5 million tons of hydrogen per year, accounting for a third of all hydrogen produced in the United States. As a major oil and gas region, the Gulf Coast has the largest hydrogen pipeline network in the country, spanning over a thousand miles.

Hydrogen Blending Study Underway in British Columbia

DNV is executing hydrogen blending feasibility studies for Enbridge and FortisBC Energy. The two individual studies will determine the percentage of hydrogen that can be safely transported through existing natural gas pipeline infrastructure.

RWE Gas Storage West Launches Inquiry for Hydrogen Storage Demand

RWE Gas Storage West has initiated a preliminary market survey, inviting hydrogen producers, users, industrial firms, and traders to register their future hydrogen storage requirements until June 2024.

Industry Leaders Partner to Repurpose Natural Gas Pipelines for Hydrogen Transmission

DORIS, ROSEN, and SPIECAPAG have jointly announced the establishment of the Pipeline Transition Alliance, a collaboration aimed at repurposing natural gas pipelines for hydrogen transmission.

Eletrobras Partners with GEP for Green Hydrogen Production in Brazil

Brazil's Eletrobras, Latin America's largest utility, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Green Energy Park (GEP) to study opportunities for green hydrogen production, the companies said on Tuesday.

Energy Transfer Joins CapturePoint for Carbon Capture and Storage Initiative in Louisiana

CapturePoint LLC and Energy Transfer LP have formalized agreements for the joint development of a carbon capture and permanent underground storage project in Louisiana.

U.S. Offers $1.66 Billion Loan to Plug Power for Clean Hydrogen Plants

The U.S. Energy Department on Tuesday said it has offered a conditional loan guarantee of up to $1.66 billion to Plug Power Inc. to help it build up to six plants to produce clean hydrogen.

Exxon, Chevron CEOs Call for Clarity on U.S. Clean Energy Subsidies

Top executives at U.S. oil giants ExxonMobil and Chevron Corp. said on Monday that the U.S. needs to clarify rules on energy subsidies to drive the rapid, large-scale investments needed to fight climate change.

Gassco, Gascade to Establish New Hydrogen Pipeline Route Between Norway and Germany

GASCADE and GASSCO have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a hydrogen transport route between Germany and Norway, facilitating hydrogen transportation via pipeline in the North Sea.

OPEC Secretary General: 'End of Oil Not in Sight', Urges Focus on Emissions Reduction

The end of oil is not in sight, OPEC's top official said, as the pace of energy demand growth means that alternatives cannot replace it at the needed scale, and the focus should be on cutting emissions not oil use.

Selection of Material for Hydrogen Services

(P&GJ) — The use of the existing natural gas transportation pipelines for hydrogen gas is an essential strategy to reduce the investment required for hydrogen distribution. However, the existing gas transmission pipelines are generally comprised of steels that are susceptible to hydrogen embrittlement.

Colombian President Proposes Ecopetrol and Petrobras Collaboration on Green Hydrogen

Colombian state energy company Ecopetrol and its Brazilian counterpart Petrobras should work together on developing green hydrogen, Colombian President Gustavo Petro said on Wednesday.

Mexico Seizes Air Liquide's Hydrogen Plant at Pemex Refinery

Mexico expropriated a hydrogen plant at a Pemex state oil refinery that a previous administration sold to French firm Air Liquide, the government announced in an official gazette on Thursday.

GRTgaz Invests $43.4 Million in First French-German Cross-Border Hydrogen Pipeline

French gas grid operator GRTgaz will invest 40 million euros ($43.4 million) in a 110-million-euro planned hydrogen pipeline due to link France and Germany, its Chief Executive Sandrine Meunier said on Wednesday.

Newfoundland and Labrador Approves World Energy's Hydrogen Project

Canada's Newfoundland and Labrador province approved renewable energy firm World Energy's hydrogen plant on Tuesday, after more than 80 low-carbon hydrogen production projects have been announced in the country until March.

Baker Hughes, Snam Partner to Decarbonize Italian Gas Network with Hydrogen-Ready Technology

Baker Hughes has secured a contract with Snam, Europe’s primary operator in natural gas infrastructure, to provide advanced technology aimed at decarbonizing the Italian gas network.

Hydrogen Industry Urges Streamlined Process for U.S. Tax Credits

Some companies planning to use new U.S. tax credits to deploy hydrogen projects urged the Treasury Department this week to ease proposed environmental requirements, warning that they could hinder the nascent industry’s takeoff.

India's GAIL to Commission First Green Hydrogen Project in April, Sources Say

State-run natural gas company GAIL (India) Ltd. plans to commission its first green hydrogen project in central India in April, three company sources said.

Exxon, JERA to Partner on U.S. Hydrogen Production Project

Exxon Mobil has entered into an agreement with JERA, Japan's top power generator, to jointly explore the development of a low-carbon hydrogen production project in the United States.

Canada Signs Hydrogen Deal with Germany to Counter Russian Energy Dependency

Canada, citing the need to shun Russian energy, on Monday signed an agreement with Germany that it said would accelerate work towards the commercial-scale trade of clean hydrogen fuel.

CERAWeek: Hydrogen Adoption to Cost Europe, U.S. More Than $1 Trillion

Europe and the U.S. will have to spend in excess of $1 trillion for building infrastructure to enable widespread use of hydrogen fuel, an executive at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries said on Monday.