Could hydrogen bring us one step closer to green aluminium?

Mining group Rio Tinto has partnered with ARENA to explore whether hydrogen can replace natural gas in alumina refineries to reduce emissions

UK Oil and Gas seeks environmental permit to explore site in Arreton

The Environment Agency has launched a public consultation on the new permit, which if granted would allow UKOG to operate at the proposed site for a period of three years

US sees first year-over-year decline in natural gas generation since 2017

Production of natural gas fell nearly 7% in the first four months of 2021 from the same period in 2020, averaging 3,394GWh per day in the Lower 48 states

Australia sends gas to A&E

The South Australian Government aims to build the country’s ‘first’ hospital to be 100% electrified

Force Majeure declared on Total’s Mozambique LNG project

The energy major said it reached the decision considering the security situation in the north of the Cabo Delgado province in Mozambique

Equinor and ENGIE team up to produce hydrogen from gas

The project will be designed to capture carbon dioxide and store it permanently offshore

Planned hydrogen projects lift off in Europe

Planned or announced projects are almost double those currently operating says report

Uniper to make green hydrogen at Dutch port

The project will be built at an existing facility in the port of Rotterdam by 2025

Could the ‘first’ hydrogen firing of industrial boiler in Manchester hold the key to UK’s decarbonisation?

The ‘HyNet Industrial Fuel Switching’ programme aims to make the industry confident to make the switch from natural gas to hydrogen

US natural gas and oil production to fall in 2021

That would be a result of a decline in drilling activity related to low oil prices, with responses to the COVID-19 pandemic also leading to supply and demand disruptions