Hydrogen

Australia Looking to Add Global LNG, Hydrogen Hub in Northern Territory

Australia Looking to Add Global LNG, Hydrogen Hub in Northern Territory

The Australian government plans to invest in the Northern Territory in the coming years to transform the region into a liquefied natural gas (LNG), hydrogen and manufacturing hub as global energy supplies tighten. The government intends to invest $2.6 billion in infrastructure projects across the territory, including a $1.5 billion investment in the Middle Arm…

May 11, 2022
National Grid Launches Plan to Replace Fossil Fuel Gas Network with RNG, Hydrogen

National Grid Launches Plan to Replace Fossil Fuel Gas Network with RNG, Hydrogen

National Grid plc is working to replace all fossil fuel in its New York and Massachusetts gas networks with renewable natural gas (RNG) and hydrogen as a part of its path to net-zero emissions by 2050, the company announced. The London-based gas and electric utility announced the plans as a part of its overall blueprint…

April 25, 2022
Mid-Atlantic, New England Regions Looking to Build Regional Hydrogen Hub

Mid-Atlantic, New England Regions Looking to Build Regional Hydrogen Hub

Four Mid-Atlantic and New England states, along with 40 energy companies, have partnered to propose a regional hydrogen hub development as various parts of the country seek to secure federal funding. The governors of Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts said they would pursue $8 billion in federal funding provided through the Department of…

April 8, 2022
California Climate Goals Said Possible with Diversified Decarbonization

California Climate Goals Said Possible with Diversified Decarbonization

A study by San Diego Gas and Electric Co. (SDG&E) found that a diversified decarbonization approach is needed for California to hit its goal of carbon neutrality by 2045. This would include intense electrification, the use of clean fuels such as hydrogen and renewable natural gas (RNG), and carbon removal projects. “Accelerated electrification of transportation…

April 7, 2022
Suncor Shifting to Renewables, Hydrogen and Selling Wind and Solar Assets

Suncor Shifting to Renewables, Hydrogen and Selling Wind and Solar Assets

Calgary-based Suncor Energy Inc. announced plans Monday to sell its wind and solar power assets to shift the focus of its environmental products division to renewable fuels and hydrogen. “We are adjusting our portfolio for fit and focus,” President Mark Little said.  No target date and no  asking prices were announced for divesting the green…

April 5, 2022
Texas Combined-Cycle Natural Gas-Hydrogen Project Proposed by Entergy

Texas Combined-Cycle Natural Gas-Hydrogen Project Proposed by Entergy

Entergy Corp. expects to reach a regulatory milestone soon for its proposed Bridge City, TX, power plant, which would be fueled by natural gas and hydrogen. The utility expects a Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) hearing in late April on its proposed 1.215 GW Orange County Advanced Power Station (OCAPS). “If approved, this will…

March 23, 2022
Blue Hydrogen Using Natural Gas Considered ‘Essential’ Step in Net Zero Push

Blue Hydrogen Using Natural Gas Considered ‘Essential’ Step in Net Zero Push

Hydrogen from natural gas is an opportunity for energy companies and will be a key part of the energy transition, industry executives said recently. At CERAWeek by S&P Global held earlier this month, Snam SpA CEO Marco Alverà said “there isn’t one solution that will fit all.” Hydrogen as a fuel will take many forms…

March 18, 2022
Entergy Eyes April Hearing for Texas Combined-Cycle Natural Gas-Hydrogen Project

Entergy Eyes April Hearing for Texas Combined-Cycle Natural Gas-Hydrogen Project

Entergy Corp. recently reported that it expects to reach a regulatory milestone soon for its proposed Bridge City, TX, power plant, which would be fueled by natural gas and hydrogen. The utility expects a Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) hearing in late April on its proposed 1.215 GW Orange County Advanced Power Station (OCAPS).…

March 17, 2022
Energy Transition Advocates See Accelerated Path Away from Natural Gas for Heavy Industry

Energy Transition Advocates See Accelerated Path Away from Natural Gas for Heavy Industry

Some of the industrial sectors with the hardest carbon footprints to abate are also predicted to be key future consumers of natural gas, but energy transition experts see signs of change coming quicker than previously predicted. From 2020 to 2050, industrial use will make up more than 75% of natural gas demand growth, according to…

March 16, 2022
Apex, Epic and Corpus Port Considering Industrial-Scale Green Hydrogen Hub for South Texas

Apex, Epic and Corpus Port Considering Industrial-Scale Green Hydrogen Hub for South Texas

Apex Clean Energy LLC, Epic Midstream Holdings LP and the Port of Corpus Christi Authority are considering a green hydrogen production, storage, transportation and export operation on the South Texas coast. “This would be green fuel production at gigawatt scale,” said Apex CEO Mark Goodwin. Green hydrogen is produced using renewable energy and electrolysis. In…

March 8, 2022
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