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'Concrete Chemicals' consortium for sustainable cement and aviation fuel production using green hydrogen

To make air transport and cement production more sustainable in a low carbon world, three players from completely different backgrounds have joined forces in the “Concrete Chemicals” project consortium. Global cement producer CEMEX, Sasol ecoFT, part of the integrated chemicals and energy company Sasol, and renewable energy company ENERTRAG are planning the production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), which will concurrently contribute to the decarbonization of the cement industry.

HIF Global secures $260 million in investments for clean fuel

Chilean energy company HIF Global has raised $260 million in capital to develop clean fuel from renewable energy, including an alliance with German automaker Porsche AG.

Uniper puts natural gas storage facility Krummhörn to the test for storing hydrogen

Uniper is planning to use existing gas storage facilities designed for natural gas converting them for the use of hydrogen. Uniper will test this on a large scale and in a real environment at the former salt cavern storage facility in Krummhörn in northern Germany, which has not been used commercially since 2017. For this purpose, a new cavern will be sunk using an existing well.

Torvex energy establishes proof of concept for hydrogen production from seawater

Torvex Energy has validated an innovative method of generating environmentally friendly hydrogen from seawater that does not produce oxygen gas. The proof of concept was established in collaboration with the Material Processing Institute.

Gasunie, HES International and Vopak join forces to develop an import terminal for a hydrogen carrier in the port of Rotterdam

Gasunie, HES International (HES) and Vopak have signed a cooperation agreement for working together to develop an import terminal for green ammonia as a hydrogen carrier. The cooperation is a response to the growing global demand for the import and storage of green energy.

Greenko Group and John Cockerill to jointly develop India’s largest green hydrogen electrolyser Gigafactory

Greenko ZeroC (GZC), a subsidiary of Greenko Group, Indian cleantech company, and John Cockerill, designer and manufacturer of high-capacity alkaline electrolyzers in Belgium, have signed an exclusive agreement to jointly manufacture green hydrogen electrolyzers in the Indian sub-continent. The two companies will build a hydrogen electrolyzer Gigafactory targeting capacity of two gigawatts which will substitute 8% of India LNG imports.

Indonesia's Pertamina, Japan's Mitsui agree to conduct carbon capture study

Indonesia's state energy firm PT Pertamina said that it has signed a joint study agreement with Japan's Mitsui & Co Ltd for commercialization of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) in the central Sumatra region.

Shell, Mitsubishi wind power consortium to produce green hydrogen

Japan's Mitsubishi Corp and Shell Plc aim to produce 400,000 tons of "green hydrogen" in 2030 through the companies' European offshore wind power project.

Endress+Hauser joins the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance

Endress+Hauser joins the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance and in doing so it is supporting the development of a clean and competitive hydrogen industry in Europe. The goal is to achieve CO2 neutrality in the process industry by the middle of the century through introduction of hydrogen technologies.

World Hydrogen North America: Day 1—Practical challenges to scaling hydrogen infrastructure

Matthew Blieske, CEO for LIFTE H2, delivered a presentation titled “Practical Challenges to Scaling Hydrogen Infrastructure” on Day 1 of World Hydrogen North America.

Ontario launches first-ever Hydrogen Strategy

The Ontario government has released its Low-Carbon Hydrogen Strategy to accelerate the development of the low-carbon hydrogen economy in the province that will create jobs and reduce emissions.

Saltend Chemicals Park secures another site partner as part of Humberside’s Carbon Capture Storage future (1)

Saltend Chemicals Park, owned and operated by px Group, revealed that it has been selected as the site by Future Biogas, the biogas plant developer and operations specialists, to construct up to 32 new CO2 storage tanks at the Park in an investment worth tens of millions of pounds

Elogen and Sarralle to collaborate in green hydrogen generation for the steel industry

Elogen and Sarralle announce the signing of a collaboration agreement for the engineering, manufacturing, supply and commissioning of green hydrogen generation equipment for the steel industry.

Burckhardt Compression breaks ground for construction of hydrogen test facility in Winterthur

Burckhardt Compression in Winterthur laid the groundbreaking for the construction of a hydrogen test facility. It will serve the further development of sealing technologies and solutions for hydrogen refueling stations for heavy-duty vehicles.

thyssenkrupp nucera to deliver electrolyzers for Air Products’ hydrogen facility in Arizona, USA

Air Products has awarded thyssenkrupp nucera the supply of their alkaline water electrolysis technology for a 10 metric ton per day facility to produce green liquid hydrogen in Casa Grande, Arizona.

Wood launches next generation of hydrogen production technology

Wood, the global consulting and engineering company, has unveiled its new steam methane reforming (SMR) technology, which can achieve 95% CO2 emissions reduction, compared to a traditional hydrogen production plant.