Hydrogen

California Secures $12.6 Billion for Hydrogen Hub Development

ARCHES and the U.S. DOE signed a $12.6 billion agreement to develop clean hydrogen projects across California. Key projects include hydrogen-powered equipment at major ports and building over 60 hydrogen fueling stations.

Spain to Launch $2.5 Billion Plan to Boost Green Hydrogen Production

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced a new plan worth $2.5 billion to boost the country's transition to clean energy, including subsidies for green energy industries and hydrogen made from renewable power.

Aramco Finalizes Deal to Acquire 50% of Air Products Qudra's Blue Hydrogen Business

Saudi oil giant Aramco has signed final agreements to buy 50% of the blue hydrogen industrial gases business of Air Products Qudra, it said on Tuesday, continuing the kingdom's drive to become a major hydrogen producer.

Hydrogen Energy Firm Huture Announces $1 Billion SPAC Merger

Hydrogen energy firm Huture has agreed to go public in the U.S. through a merger with a blank-check firm Aquaron Acquisition Corp. in a deal that would value the combined company at $1 billion.

Enagas Sells Tallgrass Energy Stake for $1.1 Billion to Support Hydrogen Projects

Enagas has agreed to sell its 30.2% stake in U.S. energy infrastructure company Tallgrass Energy to finance green hydrogen projects, the Spanish gas grid operator said on Wednesday.

Spain Approves $865 Million for Green Hydrogen Projects

The Spanish government has approved subsidies worth $865.52 million for major green hydrogen projects, Energy Minister Teresa Ribera said on Tuesday.

Germany Plans Bids for Hydrogen-Ready Power Plants by Early 2025

Germany said on Friday it will launch the first tender for the construction and modernization of 12.5 gigawatts of gas power plants that can switch to hydrogen by the end of 2024 or early next year, following industry pressure.

Portugal, Spain Address Hurdles for Hydrogen Pipeline Project

Portugal and Spain are working to remove the obstacles to constructing an underwater green hydrogen pipeline by 2030 as part of their vision to become renewables superpowers, their energy ministers said on Wednesday.

Hydrogen Sector Urges EU to Support Local Firms Against Cheaper Chinese Competitors

European manufacturers of hydrogen equipment have urged the European Union to step in to help the industry compete with cheaper Chinese producers, in a letter seen by Reuters on Monday.

Germany, Morocco Form Alliance to Boost Green Hydrogen Production, Exports

Germany has agreed to form a climate and energy alliance with Morocco to support renewable energy expansion and hydrogen production in the north African country, the development ministry said on Friday.

Egyptian Fertilizer Company Turns to Hydrogen Amid Gas Shortage

One of Egypt's largest fertilizer companies said on Thursday it would partially switch to hydrogen supplies as the country struggles with a shortage of natural gas that has led to widespread blackouts.

Spanish, French Operators Sign Hydrogen Pipeline Agreement

The pipeline, known as BarMar, is expected to cost $2.67 billion. It is part of a broader plan for hydrogen infrastructure from the Iberian peninsula to France and on to Central Europe, called H2MED.

Grupo Potencial Invests $37 Million in Brazil's Longest 'Green Fuel' Pipelines

Brazil's privately owned Grupo Potencial will invest $37 million to build two "green fuel" pipelines in the south of the farm powerhouse, the company's Vice-President Carlos Hammerschmidt said on Monday.

Exxon, Air Liquide Partner to Boost Low-Carbon Hydrogen Production in Baytown, Texas

ExxonMobil and Air Liquide have announced an agreement to support the production of low-carbon hydrogen and low-carbon ammonia at Exxon’s Baytown, Texas facility.

Japan's Eneos and Mitsubishi to Expand Alliance into Hydrogen and Decarbonized Fuels

Japan's top oil refiner, Eneos Holdings, and trading house Mitsubishi Corp. said on Tuesday they will explore expanding their alliance to include hydrogen and decarbonized fuels, in addition to sustainable aviation fuel.

EU Approves $3.2 Billion in German Hydrogen Pipeline Aid

Germany is targeting more than 9,700 km (6,000 miles) of hydrogen pipelines, with existing natural gas transmission making up 60% of the network to power heavy industry sites that cannot switch to electricity.

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.

Hydrogen-Blend Pipelines: Repurposing Requires Effective Data-Gathering Methods

National Gas Transmission's Project Union aims to repurpose 1,243 miles of UK gas pipelines for hydrogen transport by the early 2030s, using advanced GIS and automated data extraction for effective integrity management.

Ensuring Hydrogen-Blend Pipeline Integrity: The Role of In-Line Inspection

As the world aims to reduce carbon emissions, hydrogen is emerging as a key energy source. Discover the role of in-line inspection (ILI) in ensuring pipeline integrity for hydrogen transport, addressing unique challenges and solutions for adapting existing infrastructure for hydrogen-blend and pure hydrogen transport.

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.