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

Up to $40m for improved safety and environmental sustainability in offshore energy

The funding will support research and development related to offshore oil, natural gas, wind and marine hydrokinetic energy production, with a focus on safety, environmental monitoring and operational improvements

First UK homes heated with hydrogen in latest demonstration

The ‘HyStreet’ test site consists of specially-built demonstration houses, with more than 200 tests completed to research and prove the safety of converting homes and gas networks to hydrogen

Vancouver becomes first city to endorse Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

The Treaty aims to foster international co-operation to end expansion into new reserves of coal, oil and natural gas to limit carbon emissions and advance an equitable transition to clean energy

US sets new records for natural gas production and consumption in 2019

The Energy Information Administration reveals natural gas production rose by 10%, reaching a record high average of 93.1 billion cubic feet per day

US, UAE and Israel to develop joint energy strategy

They have agreed to develop an energy partnership that drives innovation and prosperity and that they claim ‘will help solve the energy challenges facing the Palestinians’