Daily Archives: November 15, 2021

Shell and Norsk Hydro Team up for Green Hydrogen

OSLO – Royal Dutch Shell and Norsk Hydro are looking into jointly producing hydrogen from renewable electricity in a push to decarbonise their own operations as well as supply heavy industry and transport customers, Hydro said on Tuesday. The Anglo-Dutch oil giant and the Norwegian aluminium maker’s green hydrogen unit, …

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Startup Universal Hydrogen in Supply Deal With Fortescue

Universal Hydrogen reached a deal to purchase green hydrogen from Fortescue Future Industries, the clean-energy arm of Australian iron-ore giant Fortescue Metals Group Ltd. The memorandum of understanding covers hydrogen for regional aviation through 2035, according to a statement Tuesday, during the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow. FFI will also study developing …

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When is a H2 train not a H2 Train? – on its Maiden run

Rail industry chiefs have defended plans for the debut trip of Britain’s first hydrogen-fuelled train at COP26 in Glasgow after it was revealed it was powered by electricity for the exercise. Delegates and visitors at the event will be able to preview HydroFLEX, which was developed by leasing firm Porterbrook and …

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