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Dec 6, 2023
Aramco produces gas from its South Ghawar facility
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Dec 6, 2023
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Lhyfe plans to produce up to 330 tonnes of green hydrogen per day at the Lubmin plant, in one the largest facility to be built in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany, with a targeted commissioning date by 2029. This plant will feed into the German core hydrogen pipeline network, which the German government recently unveiled a €20 billion financing plan for. This investment... [Read More]

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Dec 1, 2023
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Honeywell has announced the European launch of its 100% hydrogen-capable diaphragm gas meter. The Honeywell EI5 smart gas meter, which has been successfully piloted in the Netherlands, is part of a broader initiative to align with the region’s goals outlined in the European Green Deal. The new meter is capable of measuring both hydrogen and natural gas, providing... [Read More]

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Nov 30, 2023
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The UK's largest gas storage facility Rough has released stored gas into the grid to help the UK both manage higher heating demand during the current cold weather and keep prices down. This is the first time Rough has released gas this winter. This year, Centrica has filled Rough with the equivalent of 18 LNG tankers. Rough is the UK’s largest gas storage facility.... [Read More]

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Nov 30, 2023
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Topsoe has signed a MoU with Standard Gas, a decarbonisation technology company, to collaborate on a UK-based project to produce renewable natural gas and methanol from residual waste feedstocks. Under the terms of the MoU, Topsoe will provide the technologies, engineering, equipment items and catalysts that will enable the synthesis gas produced by Standard Gas to be... [Read More]

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Nov 29, 2023
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The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment in Finland has granted Neste an energy investment aid of €1.96 million for heat recovery from the green hydrogen production being planned for the Porvoo refinery. The goal of the project, which is in the basic engineering phase, is to build a 120 MW electrolyser that produces green hydrogen for the refinery’s processes.... [Read More]

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Nov 29, 2023
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ExxonMobil is now in the main construction phase of a new low-sulphur diesel facility at the Fawley refinery. Representing a more than £800 million (€923 million) investment, the facility will help to meet Britain’s energy needs today and build the foundations for lower-carbon fuels in the future with the addition of a new hydrogen plant. Increasing low-sulphur... [Read More]

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Nov 27, 2023
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The volume of carbon dioxide being injected into the North Sea by 2050 will be equivalent to the natural gas currently being extracted from the basin, according to a new report from global energy consultancy Xodus. That scale of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) will require some 100 reservoirs, more than 7,500 kilometres of new pipelines and dozens of onshore... [Read More]

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Nov 24, 2023
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Petroineos is set to shut down its Grangemouth oil refinery in Scotland to convert it into a fuels import terminal as it faces growing international competition. The 150,000 barrel per day refinery, Scotland's only oil refinery and one of six in Britain, is expected to continue operating until spring 2025, PetroIneos said in a statement. Although it is a major supplier... [Read More]

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Nov 22, 2023
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Lhyfe has announced the development of a green hydrogen plant (production capacity of up to 5 tonnes/day) in Spain for which it has been awarded a grant of up to €14 million from H2 Pioneros. This plant will be Lhyfe’s first green hydrogen production site in Spain, while seven sites are currently under construction in Europe. Lhyfe has about 200 employees dedicated... [Read More]

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Nov 21, 2023
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Uganda and Tanzania have agreed to carry out a feasibility study for a pipeline linking gas fields to the former, Reuters highlighted. Tanzania has an estimated 57.5 trillion cubic feet of recoverable natural gas and uses some of it to produce 64% of the 1,872 MW electricity on the grid, according to the ministry of energy. Uganda has an installed generating capacity... [Read More]

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Nov 20, 2023
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PGNiG Upstream Norway is set to assume control of the entire operations of the hydrocarbon producer KUFPEC Norway. Following this transaction, the ORLEN Group's natural gas output in Norway will increase by one-third - reaching over 4 billion cubic meters (bcm) annually. Daily hydrocarbon production is anticipated to surpass 100,000 barrels of oil equivalent (boe)... [Read More]

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Nov 17, 2023
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Natural gas supplies to Europe by Russian energy giant Gazprom were down 6.7% in the first half of November from their levels last month. The calculations, based on data from European gas transmission group Entsog and Gazprom's daily reports on gas transit via Ukraine, showed that average daily pipeline exports of Russian gas to Europe declined to 82.5 million cubic metres... [Read More]

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Nov 17, 2023
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The Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion project has been allowed to resume work in a wetland area near Abbotsford, British Columbia, Reuters reported. The project was given the go-ahead again after correcting issues raised by the Canada Energy Regulator (CER). Earlier this month, the CER ordered a stop on an 800-meter stretch after inspectors found several environmental... [Read More]

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Nov 15, 2023
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Topsoe has signed a contract with Allied to deliver its dynamic green ammonia technology for a project in Gove, Northern Territory, Australia. The produced green ammonia is intended to be exported from Gove to the expanding South East Asian markets where demand for e-fuels continues to grow. Production is planned to start in 2028 - targeting a capacity of 2,500 metric... [Read More]

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Nov 13, 2023
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TotalEnergies has signed an agreement with TexGen, a US-based company to acquire for $635 million (€593 million) three gas-fired power plants with a total capacity of 1.5 GW in Texas. The three plants, which are connected to ERCOT (Electric Reliability Council of Texas), the second largest power market in the United States, consist of the following the Wolf Hollow I... [Read More]

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Nov 10, 2023
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Lhyfe has signed a sales agreement with HYmpulsion - the company in charge of deploying hydrogen infrastructure under the Zero Emission Valley (ZEV) project in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes. The ZEV project, launched in 2017, aims to develop a profitable and sustainable carbon-free mobility chain across the region by simultaneously deploying green hydrogen production, storage... [Read More]


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