Daily Archives: September 22, 2021

Fuel Cell Vehicles – Many Environmental Advantages

The world is quickly recognizing that electric vehicles are the only feasible option for fully decarbonizing the transportation sector. Passenger vehicles are one of the primary sources of greenhouse gases, and the exhaust from internal combustion engines will need to be eliminated entirely if we hope to defeat climate change. …

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Hydrogen success must overcome transportation challenges

Whether blue or green, one of the biggest challenges for the growing “clean” hydrogen business is how to transport the final product safely — and store or use the associated carbon dioxide — without undoing many of the fuel’s emission-reduction gains in the process. In the near term, developers are …

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Global Hydrogen Conference to be held in Beijing

Hydrogen is expected to play major role in the global transition to green and low-carbon energy due to its clean, efficient and resource-rich characteristics. On September 16, the 2021 Global Hydrogen Energy Industry Forum (Foshan) and Global Hydrogen Energy Enterprises TOP 100 List Press Conference was held in Beijing. The first …

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Hydrogen could be a Game-Changer for Oil & Gas

“As you may be aware, the recurring hydrogen theme for midstream has revolved around natural gas pipelines and storage facilities being used for the transportation and storage of blue or green hydrogen over the next decade. Today, hydrogen initiatives are in very early stages and are mostly focused on blending …

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An Integrated view of the Hydrogen Value Chain

The integrated view of the hydrogen value chain is on the agenda at the HYDROGEN ONLINE CONFERENCE. Taking place on 8th October. The Hydrogen Online Conference is a large online event, for 24 hours experts and industry leaders will provide inspiring content and original, innovate thinking. Stefanie Peters, Managing Director …

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Air Liquide will take over and operate TotalEnergies

Air Liquide will take over and operate TotalEnergies’ 255 t/d hydrogen production site in Normandy under a long-term contract. It will connect the unit to Air Liquide’s hydrogen network, which will optimise its performance, the firms said. The firms will begin development studies into adding CCS to the site, which …

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Blue Hydrogen seen as Stop-Gap Stepping Stone.

If gas is a transition fuel in the shift to net-zero energy, then “blue” hydrogen created from natural gas is a transition fuel within a transition fuel — a promising stopgap measure to reduce the carbon emissions associated with natural gas as the world’s renewable energy capacity scales up and …

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