Hydrogen

Europipe’ s Epoxy-Coated Pipelines Ready for H2 Transport

As part of Europipe’s hydrogen research program, the company recently tested different flow coatings in pure hydrogen to evaluate their suitability for use in hydrogen transport.

DNV Evaluating Hydrogen Readiness of Hungarian Gas Pipeline

GSZ Ltd., the owner and operator of the Hungarian high-pressure transmission natural gas pipeline system, commissioned DNV to assess the suitability for partial to full hydrogen transport of one of FGSZ’s pipelines.

Essar to Build UK’s First Refinery-Based Hydrogen Furnace

Essar Oil UK, the leading UK-focused downstream energy company, announces plans to install a new $60.8 million (£45 million) furnace at Stanlow that’s capable of using hydrogen as its fuel source, which is a first for the United Kingdom.

Linde Debuts Plant for Extracting Hydrogen from Natural Gas Pipelines

Linde Engineering started a full-scale pilot plant in Germany to showcase how its HISELECT powered by Evonik membrane technology can extract hydrogen from natural gas pipelines, contributing to a decarbonized industry.

US Ethanol Industry Banks on Carbon Capture to Solve Emissions Problem

The nascent CCS industry has been plagued by high costs and underperformance, crucial federal incentives for carbon capture are stalled in Congress, and public opposition to the pipeline infrastructure needed to transport captured gas is mounting.

Neptune Energy Aims to Store More Carbon than it Emits by 2030

Neptune Energy announced its aim to go beyond net zero and store more carbon than is emitted from its operations and the use of its sold products by 2030.

Talos Energy to Seek Approvals for Several Carbon-Capture Projects

Talos is developing plans to build carbon capture projects along the Texas and Louisiana coasts as energy businesses seek to lower emissions of carbon dioxide and other pollutants.

Low-Carbon Hydrogen Pipeline Projects Could Reach 42 Million Tons Annual Capacity

A large proportion of hydrogen pipeline projects in the feasibility phase brings the global low-carbon hydrogen project capacity to 42 million tons per annum, GlobalData announced.

SoCal Unveils Plan to Supply Los Angeles with Green Hydrogen

Southern California Gas, the largest U.S. natural gas utility, on Thursday unveiled a major proposal to deliver hydrogen produced by wind and solar energy to the Los Angeles area.

Germany Ups Ambition on Hydrogen to Meet Climate Targets

Electricity generation from renewables has grown considerably in Germany over the years, but plenty more is needed to fuel the country’s green hydrogen ambition.

RWE Zeroing in on Green Hydrogen Production Plans

Germany’s RWE, one of Europe’s largest electricity and gas suppliers, signed a contract with professional services firm Jacobs to study the production and supply of green hydrogen at the Pembroke Power Station in Wales.

India's Reliance Plans to Turn Syngas into Blue Hydrogen

India's Reliance Industries plans to produce blue hydrogen at a "competitive cost" of about $1.2-$1.5 per kg as it repurposes its $4-billion gasification assets, the conglomerate said in a presentation.

Denmark's CIP to Lead Giant Green Hydrogen Project in Spain

Danish renewable company Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners will lead a project in Spain to build a giant hydrogen plant, it said on Tuesday, as part of the Spanish government's efforts to use EU funds to become a top producer of the gas.

Linde Debuts Plant for Extracting Hydrogen from Natural Gas Pipelines Using Membrane Technology

Linde Engineering started a full-scale pilot plant in Germany to showcase how its HISELECT powered by Evonik membrane technology can extract hydrogen from natural gas pipelines.

DNV Evaluating Hydrogen Readiness of Hungarian Gas Pipeline

FGSZ Ltd. commissioned DNV to assess the suitability for partial to full hydrogen transport of one of FGSZ’s natural gas pipelines in Hungary.

Biden Administration Offers $1 Billion Loan Guarantee for Hydrogen Project

The Biden administration said it has offered Monolith Nebraska LLC a conditional loan guarantee up to $1.04 billion for a project to make clean hydrogen, in its first use of an office that has tens of billions of dollars in financing.

RWE Zeroing in on Green Hydrogen Production Plans

Germany’s RWE, signed a contract with professional services firm Jacobs to study the production and supply of green hydrogen at the Pembroke Power Station in Wales.

Proteum Energy and Istmo Energy to Produce Low-Cost Hydrogen in the Permian Basin

Proteum Energy entered a Memorandum of Understanding with Istmo Energy for Proteum to provide low cost, low carbon intensity hydrogen to Istmo for production of "ultra-low sulfur diesel" and clean hydrogen.

Snam Buys Stake in Algerian Pipelines to Pave Way for Hydrogen Highway

Italy's Snam has agreed to buy a stake in pipelines carrying Algerian gas into Italy in a move that could pave the way for hydrogen imports from Africa into Europe.

Europe's Gas Firms Prime Pipelines for Hydrogen Highway

As world leaders hammered out a deal last week to slow climate change, gas engineer Michele Ricciardi was digging into a practical problem: How thousands of miles of pipelines across Italy and Europe can safely carry hydrogen.

GTI Exploring Innovative Hydrogen Production Technology to Enable Expanded Use

GTI is exploring innovative hydrogen production and generation technology developments to enable expanded use of hydrogen economy wide, as detailed in a Tech Talk this month.

GTI’s Hydrogen Technology Center to Research Clean Energy Distribution

Recently, Kristine Wiley was named vice president of GTI’s Hydrogen Technology Center, which will facilitate increased use of hydrogen in an integrated energy system to meet the challenges of decarbonization.

TWI Working With Joint Industry Project to Evaluate Gas Pipelines for Hydrogen Transport

TWI has joined forces with C-FER Technologies and the Sumitomo Corporation to launch a new Joint Industry Project with pipeline operators and manufacturers to evaluate the suitability of natural gas pipeline networks for transporting hydrogen.

Wood Awarded Contracts for UK’s First Hydrogen Distribution Pipeline Infrastructure

Wood has been awarded the consenting and environmental assessment and engineering design contracts for Cadent’s HyNet North West, an innovative project that aims to unlock a lower carbon economy for northwest England and North Wales.

Kellas Midstream Developing Low-Carbon Blue Hydrogen Hub in Teesside, UK

The project, called H2NorthEast, would require construction of a 1GW facility producing blue hydrogen utilizing UK North Sea natural gas which is transported to the CATS terminal by a 400 km (249 mi) pipeline.

Air Products Planning $4.5 Billion Blue Hydrogen Clean Energy Complex in Louisiana

Air Products will construct a manufacturing complex to produce more than 750 MMcf/d of blue hydrogen, with carbon dioxide from the manufacturing process captured and permanently sequestered.

Nikola, TC Energy to Jointly Develop Hydrogen Hubs in US, Canada

Calgary-based TC could use existing pipeline and storage assets to distribute hydrogen and ship carbon emissions from the hydrogen production process to permanent storage sites.

Future-Proofing US Pipelines with Hydrogen

The construction of additional natural gas, crude oil and fuel pipeline across North America is being challenged by environmental and climate action measures by the public as well as politicians.

SoCalGas Testing Hydrogen Blending in Infrastructure and Appliances in Closed Loop System

Technicians are measuring the performance of common household appliances like stoves, wall heaters and forced-air furnaces when they are fueled with a blend of hydrogen and natural gas.

ROSEN to Study Hydrogen Pipeline Transportation with Expanded Material Testing Capabilities

ROSEN Group is expanding its existing material testing capabilities and dedicating a separate section to the topic of hydrogen to help ensure the hydrogen economy will have the safe and efficient infrastructure it will need to function.