Green Hydrogen News


Shell Hires Worley for Green Hydrogen Facility Job in Netherlands

Mar 11, 2024

Shell has awarded Worley a contract for detailed design, procurement and construction management support services a Holland Hydrogen 1, a project that will become the Europe’s largest commercial renewable hydrogen production facility.Under the contract, Worley will provide its services that will cover the integration of associated assets such as offshore wind, pipelines, electrical grids and the refinery for the facility located in the Port of Rotterdam…

Nantes Saint-Nazaire Port Chooses Lhyfe for Hydrogen Project

Nov 28, 2023

Lhyfe has won the call for proposals by Nantes Saint-Nazaire Port to develop a green hydrogen industrial production and distribution site in Montoir-de-Bretagne (Loire-Atlantique).This call for proposals, which was launched in November 2022…

Australia and Germany to Collaborate on Green Hydrogen

Sep 18, 2023

Australia’s Tasmanian Government has signed a Joint Declaration of Intent with the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen, in Germany, to collaborate on green hydrogen development.Minister for Energy and Renewables, Guy Barnett said the government has…

Kwinana Green Hydrogen Hub Concept Study Complete

Aug 29, 2023

Western Australia is a step closer to the creation of a large-scale green hydrogen hub with bp completing its concept development phase study into its energy hub H2Kwinana.bp is transitioning its former oil refinery site into an energy hub. Subject to internal and Government approvals…

Port of Tilbury Plans Green Hydrogen Project

Jul 11, 2023

UK power generation company RWE, Mitsui and the Port of Tilbury are developing a hydrogen project at the Port of Tilbury in the UK.The partners aim to develop a small scale ‘proof of concept’ demonstrator project to produce green hydrogen for decarbonising the operation of port equipment…

Bilbao and Amsterdam Ports Sign Green Hydrogen Corridor Agreement

Jun 15, 2023

The ports of Bilbao and Amsterdam have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the development of a renewable hydrogen corridor between Spain and the Netherlands.The MoU was signed together with the Energy Agency of the Basque Government (EVE)…

Report: Global South Could Produce More than Enough Green Hydrogen for Shipping

May 23, 2023

Commodities specialist Trafigura has published new research highlighting the vital role that hydrogen-based fuels will play in decarbonising shipping – and the enormous potential for countries in the Global South (Africa, Asia and South America) to produce green ammonia and green methanol…

Provaris Plans Green Hydrogen Export from Norway to Europe

May 09, 2023

Completion of a pre-feasibility study by Provaris Energy and Norwegian Hydrogen has identified a low-cost project for the export of green hydrogen from Norway to Europe using Provaris’s compressed hydrogen floating storage and carriers.A preferred…

Australian Government Highlights Nation’s Green Hydrogen Ambition

Apr 13, 2023

The Australian government has released its annual State of Hydrogen report, saying it reinforces that Australia has the foundations to become a global leader in green hydrogen.The report illustrates local industry is advancing hydrogen as a chemical feedstock and for export to generate electricity…

Australia’s Hydrogen Industry Projected to Reach $27 Billion Annually

Apr 04, 2023

Australia's hydrogen industry has the potential to generate A$40 billion (US$27 billion) in annual turnover (domestic gross value added) and create 58,000-72,000 jobs per year by 2040, according to a new report by NERA and Arup.The report, Powering…

Maritime Transport: Fuels, Emissions and Sustainability

Feb 07, 2023

International trade by sea has long been a key part of the world economy and approximately 90% of traded commodities is reliant on shipping. Once wind-propelled in the days of sail, the current generation of ships now heavily rely on fossil fuels…

Cepsa Pens Green Hydrogen Shipping Deal with Rotterdam Port

Oct 11, 2022

Spain's Cepsa has signed a deal with the Dutch port of Rotterdam to ship green hydrogen it plans to produce in Andalusia to northern Europe, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday citing the oil and gas group's chief executive.Countries and…

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