Daily Archives: September 19, 2021

Japanese firms strike Australian Green Hydrogen Deal

Japan-based Iwatani Corporation, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Kansai Electric Power and Marubeni Corporation have signed a MoU to explore large scale green hydrogen generation in Australia. The agreement with two energy infrastructure companies headquartered in Australia, Stanwell Corporation and APT Management Services Pty, to jointly implement a feasibility study of the …

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Egypt, Japan’s Toyota Tshusho explore Blue Hydrogen

Egypt’s state-owned Egas and Japanese trading firm Toyota Tshusho have agreed to begin exploring opportunities in blue ammonia production. The companies, together with Egyptian Petrochemical Holding (EPH), will carry out feasibility studies for projects using Japanese carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technologies, according to Egypt’s ministry of petroleum. Securing …

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UK – Hydrogen projects to create 17k green jobs

Up to 17,000 high-tech and green jobs can be created in Britain if £4.4 billion ($6 billion) of planned investments in hydrogen projects are implemented, according to a new study released by Energy Networks Association (ENA). The Gas Goes Green Innovation Impacts report states that over 9,000 of the jobs would be …

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SK Group develop Hydrogen Facilities at Korean Ports

South Korean conglomerate SK Group will spearhead a project to build a port energy ecosystem for production, logistics, consumption, and utilisation of hydrogen. SK has signed a memorandum of understanding with the country’s ministry of oceans and fisheries, which considers ports as the best place for the construction of a …

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Hydrogen-powered driverless ‘Green Submarines’

Hydrogen-powered driverless “green submarines” could carry freight around the UK, the Transport Secretary said. Grant Shapps predicted the autonomous technology, which could be in British waters by 2026, would take freight off the roads and head off future shortages of truck drivers. His comments come as the Government announced £23 million …

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