RWE, ArcelorMittal Collaborate on Offshore Wind Farms, Steel Production

RWE and steel producer ArcelorMittal have signed a memorandum of understanding to work together to develop, build and operate offshore wind farms and hydrogen facilities that will supply the renewable energy and green hydrogen required to produce low-emissions steel in … Read More

Industry invited to help develop renewable energy zone in Australia

Energy project developers and businesses with large electrical loads have been invited to express their interest and take part in developing a major renewable energy zone in Australia. The government of the New South Wales (NSW) plans to deliver the … Read More

German Chancellor: “LNG remains the central bridge to climate-neutral future”

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) remains the central bridge to Germany’s climate-neutral future if the country may have to resort to coal in the short term, Olaf Scholz, Chancellor of Germany, pointed out during his speech at the BDEW Congress in … Read More

G7 launches Hydrogen Action Pact. Will offshore wind help reach its ‘green’ ambitions?

The Group of Seven (G7) has launched the G7 Hydrogen Action Pact (G7-HAP), a joint initiative on low-carbon and renewable hydrogen, and its derivatives such as ammonia. The pact comes on the heels of the recently signed declarations through which … Read More

SK E&S and Beijing Gas to cooperate on LNG and hydrogen

South Korea’s green energy company SK E&S and China’s gas supplier Beijing Gas have signed a strategic cooperation agreement to work on LNG and hydrogen projects in China. Courtesy of SK E&S The parties signed the agreement on 25 May, … Read More

Mauritania’s large green hydrogen project in new milestones

The government of Mauritania and Chariot, the Africa-focused transitional energy group, say that the pre-feasibility study (PFS) for the large green hydrogen project Project Nour in Mauritania has been completed and a framework agreement has been signed. Illustration; Courtesy of … Read More

EDPR and Lhyfe partner up for renewable hydrogen

Wind energy producer EDP Renewables (EDPR) has entered into an industrial agreement with green hydrogen production company Lhyfe to jointly work on renewable hydrogen projects. Under the agreement, EDPR will supply renewable electricity to Lhyfe’s hydrogen generation projects. In addition, the two … Read More

Koil Energy Solutions receives first post-rebranding order

Subsea technology solutions provider Koil Energy Solutions, formerly Deep Down, has received an order from a “major energy producer” to provide hydrogen energy-related services. The project will initially focus on storage, management and enhancement of customer-furnished materials using Koil’s alloy … Read More

Gasunie and Fluxys team up on North Sea Port hydrogen network

Dutch gas infrastructure firm Gasunie and Belgian LNG terminal operator Fluxys have joined forces for a Dutch-Belgian hydrogen network connection in North Sea Port. Pascal De Buck (CEO Fluxys), Daan Schalck (CEO North Sea Port), and Helmie Botter (manager business … Read More

BP and Linde plan major CCS and hydrogen project in Texas

UK-based oil and gas giant BP and German engineering firm Linde plan a major carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in Texas that will enable low carbon hydrogen production at Linde’s existing facilities. Courtesy of bp This development will also … Read More