PARIS–Air Liquide (Paris:AI) announces the installation of the first high-pressure hydrogen refueling station in Europe, with capacity to serve the first fleet of long-haul hydrogen trucks. This investment reflects the Group’s strategy to accelerate the deployment of hydrogen energy through large-scale projects, particularly in the heavy vehicle segment.
Nantes– Lhyfe, producer and supplier of green hydrogen, announces its partnership with three leading players in research and development: the CEA, the Marine Energy Alliance (Interreg North-West Europe) and the Institut de Research for Development (IRD). Strengthened by these contracts, Lhyfe continues to push the technology of its production sites, and is preparing its offshore deployment.
Equinor is leading a project to develop one of the UK’s – and the world’s – first at-scale facilities to produce hydrogen from natural gas in combination with carbon capture and storage (CCS). The project, called Hydrogen to Humber Saltend (H2H Saltend), provides the beginnings of a decarbonised industrial cluster in the Humber region, the UK’s largest by emissions.
Oilgen, in partnership with Hydrenor, has today announced the launch of its HRE division and new website hydrogen-re.com. HRE is the first ever reservoir engineering consultancy group dedicated to evaluating hydrogen flow in porous rocks.
The partnership will see the construction of a new circular gas production plant in Taranto, in addition to the circular hydrogen production plant in Porto Marghera (Venice) and the circular methanol production plant in Livorno
The three plants will be based on NextChem’s technology for the chemical recycling of plastic waste (plasmix) and dry waste
The partnership will drive a significant contribution to decarbonization and recycling targets, as well as to the social and economic relaunch of the territory
Eni S.p.A. (Rome, Italy) and NextChem, the Maire Tecnimont Group’s subsidiary for green chemistry, strengthened their partnership, which will conduct research for a new project to be developed in Taranto, in addition to ongoing engineering studies for a waste-to-hydrogen production plant at the Eni bio-refinery in Venice, Porto Marghera, and for a waste-to-methanol production plant at the Eni refinery in Livorno.