Hydrogen

Air Products Taps Louisiana for World’s Largest Blue Hydrogen, Carbon Capture Complex

Air Products Taps Louisiana for World’s Largest Blue Hydrogen, Carbon Capture Complex

Air Products and Chemicals Inc. on Thursday earmarked $4.5 billion to build and operate a mega complex in Ascension, Parish, LA, capable of producing 750 million cubic feet/day of blue hydrogen and potentially the world’s largest carbon capture sequestration endeavor to date. The project, expected to be operational in 2026, was announced Thursday by Gov.…

October 15, 2021
Phillips 66, Plug Power Team Up to Develop Low Carbon Hydrogen Businesses

Phillips 66, Plug Power Team Up to Develop Low Carbon Hydrogen Businesses

Houston-based energy manufacturing and logistics firm Phillips 66 and fuel cell manufacturer Plug Power Inc. have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to collaborate on the development of low-carbon hydrogen business opportunities. Phillips 66 already owns hydrogen-related infrastructure and uses hydrogen in the manufacturing of transportation fuels. Plug Power, meanwhile, is developing green hydrogen production…

October 14, 2021
Shell-Led Group Pioneering Large-Scale Storage to Advance Global Liquid Hydrogen Trade

Shell-Led Group Pioneering Large-Scale Storage to Advance Global Liquid Hydrogen Trade

A consortium of public, private and academic experts led by Royal Dutch Shell plc has been tapped to develop large-scale liquid hydrogen (LH2) storage for international trade applications. The Department of Energy (DOE) Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office, which awarded the project, wants the group to demonstrate that a large-scale LH2 tank, with capacity…

October 14, 2021
TC Energy to Provide Hydrogen for Nikola’s North American EV Project

TC Energy to Provide Hydrogen for Nikola’s North American EV Project

TC Energy Corp. on Thursday became the seventh oil and gas provider to sign a hydrogen supply development agreement with aspiring electric transport truck manufacturer Nikola Corp. The deal calls for cooperative planning, construction, operation and ownership of hydrogen production hubs for Nikola’s proposed fuel cell electric vehicles (EV) across the United States and Canada.…

October 13, 2021
Low-Carbon Hydrogen on ‘Cusp of Significant Cost Declines,’ Global Growth, Says IEA

Low-Carbon Hydrogen on ‘Cusp of Significant Cost Declines,’ Global Growth, Says IEA

Low-carbon hydrogen could fulfill its potential to help the world reach net-zero emissions, but not without government support, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Monday. In its Global Hydrogen Review 2021, the world’s energy watchdog said production today is minimal, costs are not yet competitive and its use in “promising” industry and transport sectors remains…

October 5, 2021
Williams, Ørsted Exploring Hydrogen, Synthetic Natural Gas in Wyoming

Williams, Ørsted Exploring Hydrogen, Synthetic Natural Gas in Wyoming

U.S. midstream giant Williams has partnered with Denmark’s Ørsted A/S to co-develop hydrogen or synthetic natural gas facilities powered by renewable energy. The companies signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to identify ways to leverage Ørsted’s renewables and hydrogen expertise with Williams’ natural gas infrastructure and processing experience to develop the projects. In particular, they…

September 30, 2021
Chevron Tripling Low-Carbon Spending to Expand Opportunities, Entice New Customers

Chevron Tripling Low-Carbon Spending to Expand Opportunities, Entice New Customers

Using the financial muscle of its global natural gas and oil portfolio, Chevron Corp. is tripling its investments in low-carbon ventures with an eye on becoming a force in renewable fuels, hydrogen, carbon capture and offsets. The nation’s No. 2 oil producer on Tuesday pledged to earmark $10 billion in capital spending for low-carbon opportunities…

September 15, 2021
Global Refined Product Demand Seen Peaking in 2036 as Energy Transition Accelerates

Global Refined Product Demand Seen Peaking in 2036 as Energy Transition Accelerates

Global demand for refined products is expected to peak in 2036 and then decline by 2050 lower than 2019 levels, according to a new forecast by IHS Markit. From 2021 to its 2036 peak, total refined product demand is expected to grow by nearly 9 million b/d. Refined products include production from refineries, such as…

September 14, 2021
Chevron Embracing Energy Transition Ventures in RNG, Hydrogen and Sustainable Jet Fuels

Chevron Embracing Energy Transition Ventures in RNG, Hydrogen and Sustainable Jet Fuels

Chevron Corp., one of the largest oil and natural gas producers in the world, is moving swiftly to capture lower carbon energy opportunities, with a bevy of partnerships announced in recent weeks designed to build its market share. The San Ramon, CA-based supermajor is expanding its reach into the U.S. compressed natural gas (CNG) market…

September 11, 2021
Mitsubishi, Citigroup Aiming to Build ‘Hub-and-Spoke’ Hydrogen Network in North America

Mitsubishi, Citigroup Aiming to Build ‘Hub-and-Spoke’ Hydrogen Network in North America

Mitsubishi Power Americas Inc. is on a mission to build out a “hub-and-spoke” network of infrastructure to produce, transport and store low-carbon hydrogen in North America, CEO Paul Browning said recently. The company’s large-scale hydrogen partnerships include what it touted as the largest green energy storage project and the largest blue hydrogen project in North…

September 7, 2021
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