Hydrogen

Equinor, RWE Plan Natural Gas Plants, Blue Hydrogen Hub in German Coal Exit

Equinor, RWE Plan Natural Gas Plants, Blue Hydrogen Hub in German Coal Exit

RWE AG and Equinor ASA have agreed to work on a road map to phase out coal in Germany, led by a combination of more natural gas-fired power plants and a hydrogen production hub fed by Norway’s reserves. In a memorandum of understanding (MOU), RWE and Equinor agreed to collaborate on a plan that could…

January 10, 2023
Hydrogen Projects Making Gains in North Dakota and South Texas

Hydrogen Projects Making Gains in North Dakota and South Texas

With a partnership in place between Bakken Energy LLC and Berkshire Hathaway Inc.’s BNSF Railway, the U.S. railway industry could see a boost from natural gas-derived hydrogen as plans for a hub progress. In June 2021, Mitsubishi Power Americas Inc. inked a deal with Bakken Energy to develop a regional hydrogen hub (H2Hub) in North…

January 10, 2023
California Resources Expanding CCS Efforts with Offtake Agreement

California Resources Expanding CCS Efforts with Offtake Agreement

California Resources Corp. (CRC) kicked off 2023 with an agreement to sequester carbon dioxide (CO2) from Grannus LLC’s blue ammonia and hydrogen project. The Carbon Dioxide Management Agreement (CDMA) by CRC subsidiary Carbon Terravault Holdings LLC (CTV) stipulates that it would provide infield transportation to offtake CO2 produced from the Grannus project. The project is…

January 9, 2023
Superior Ups Ante in RNG, CNG, Hydrogen Fuels with Certarus Takeover

Superior Ups Ante in RNG, CNG, Hydrogen Fuels with Certarus Takeover

Toronto-based Superior Plus Corp. clinched a definitive agreement with Certarus Ltd. to acquire the compressed natural gas (CNG), renewable natural gas (RNG) and hydrogen distributor in a C$1.05 billion ($776.9 million) deal.  After kicking off the year with an announcement that it may offer hydrogen to its commercial and industrial propane customers in Quebec, Superior…

December 28, 2022
Japanese Firms Exploring Gulf Coast Syngas Production, Export Through Cameron LNG

Japanese Firms Exploring Gulf Coast Syngas Production, Export Through Cameron LNG

A group of Japanese firms, including some of the largest buyers of LNG, agreed to study the production and export of hydrogen blended with carbon dioxide (CO2) in Texas and Louisiana. Mitsubishi Corp., Osaka Gas Co. Ltd., Toho Gas Co. Ltd. and Tokyo Gas Co. Ltd. have disclosed an agreement to explore a U.S.-based supply…

December 2, 2022
Pennsylvania Governor OKs Act Adding $80M Annually in Tax Credits for Natural Gas, Hydrogen Purchases

Pennsylvania Governor OKs Act Adding $80M Annually in Tax Credits for Natural Gas, Hydrogen Purchases

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat in the second-largest U.S. natural gas-producing state, approved an act boosting tax credits for natural gas use by billions over decades.  Act 108, enacted from House Bill (HB) 1059 and dubbed the Pennsylvania Economic Development for a Growing Economy (PA EDGE), amends the Keystone State’s tax code to bring…

November 14, 2022

Nord Stream Operator Gains Access to Survey Ruptured Pipelines – The Offtake

Nord Stream AG, operator of the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline systems, has been granted access in the security zones around the ruptured lines.

November 14, 2022
Alaska Officials Pitch Hydrogen Hub to ‘Springboard’ Off Proposed LNG Terminal

Alaska Officials Pitch Hydrogen Hub to ‘Springboard’ Off Proposed LNG Terminal

The state sponsor of the proposed Alaska LNG export project has submitted a proposal for an Alaskan hydrogen hub to the Department of Energy (DOE) it says will extend the project’s potential to send low-carbon energy to Asia, reducing global greenhouse gas emissions. The Alaska Gasline Development Corp. (AGDC) is the latest state agency to…

November 10, 2022
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Add $30M in Tax Incentives for Natural Gas Use, Offer Carrot for Hydrogen Hub

Pennsylvania Lawmakers Add $30M in Tax Incentives for Natural Gas Use, Offer Carrot for Hydrogen Hub

Lawmakers in Pennsylvania, the second-largest U.S. natural gas-producing state, last week signed a bill increasing tax credits by $30 million for in-state fertilizer and petrochemical manufacturers that use locally-produced natural gas. House Bill 1059, dubbed the Pennsylvania Economic Development for a Growing Economy (PA EDGE), amends the Keystone State’s tax code, boosting the natural gas…

November 3, 2022
Denbury Expecting CO2 Pipeline Expansion as Part of Blue Methanol Project Partnership

Denbury Expecting CO2 Pipeline Expansion as Part of Blue Methanol Project Partnership

Denbury Inc. subsidiary Denbury Carbon Solutions LLC has inked a 20-year agreement with Lake Charles Methanol LLC (LCM) to provide carbon dioxide (CO2) transportation and storage for LCM’s $4 billion project to convert natural gas into hydrogen, and ultimately blue methanol.  Denbury said it intends to construct a new pipeline from the Lake Charles industrial…

November 1, 2022
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