European Commission selects offshore H2 production project for €20-MM grant
The H2 offshore production for Europe (HOPE) project consortium has signed a €20-MM grant agreement with the European Commission. The consortium aims to pave the way for the deployment of large-scale offshore production of renewable H2.
MAIRE takes part in launch of circular H2 service station in Rome
MAIRE took part in the launch of a circular H2 refueling station to be built by Q8 in Rome. This project is part of MAIRE's 10-year strategic plan for the energy transition and is being carried out by its Sustainable Technology Solutions business unit.
Australian Gas Infrastructure Group to construct on one of the most significant H2 production facilities in Australia
Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) will soon commence construction on one of the most significant H2 production facilities in Australia – Hydrogen Park Murray Valley (HyP Murray Valley).
Topsoe to use AVEVA Process Simulation to model its solid oxide electrolyzer cells
AVEVA Process Simulation enables growth of global H2 production market through faster and more efficient design of solid oxide electrolyzer cells.
AFRY and RINA study points to feasibility and attractiveness of Gulf-to-Europe H2 pipeline
RINA and AFRY have undertaken an initial study of how the Gulf region and Europe could be linked directly with a pipeline to transport low-carbon H2. The results indicate a transformative opportunity to fully unlock the Gulf's immense potential as a cost-effective source of low-carbon H2 for Europe.
Wood and Centrica Storage to explore low-carbon H2 production hub
Wood is working with Centrica Storage to evaluate the feasibility of transforming its Easington gas processing terminal to a low-carbon production hub.
The various blue H2 generation processes potentially powering the CO2 countdown
UOP has multiple SMR and ATR processes that are slightly different. In the first ATR configuration, the syngas—40%−50% H2, the remainder is CO2—goes through a H2 pressure swing adsorption system, removing the H2 and pushing the CO2 through the tail gas.
ArcelorMittal and John Cockerill to develop industrial-scale, low-temperature iron electrolysis plant
ArcelorMittal and John Cockerill announced plans to construct an industrial-scale low temperature, iron electrolysis plant. The Volteron plant—which in a first phase will produce between 40,000 tpy and 80,000 tpy of iron plates—is targeted to start production in 2027.