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Suiso Frontier: World's First Hydrogen Tanker to Ship Test Cargo from Australia to Japan

Jan 20, 2022

Japanese-Australian venture producing hydrogen from brown coal is set to ship its maiden cargo on the world's first liquid hydrogen carrier from near Melbourne to Kobe on Friday, in a test delayed by nearly a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.The Suiso Frontier, built by Japan's Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI), arrived on Friday from Kobe, in southern Japan, following a longer trip than the expected 16 days as the owners sought to avoid bad weather and rough seas…

Hydrogen at Risk of Being Missed Opportunity, According to DNV Report

Jun 14, 2022

Hydrogen has a crucial role in decarbonizing the world’s energy system, but uptake will be too slow. Governments need to make urgent, significant policy interventions, according to a new report by DNV.In Hydrogen Forecast to 2050, DNV predicts the amount of hydrogen in the energy mix will be only 0…

ADNOC, BP and Masdar in Hydrogen and Technology Partnership

May 24, 2022

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), oil major BP, and Abu Dhabi future energy company Masdar have joined forces to develop clean hydrogen and technology hubs.Announcing their new-energy partnerships, ADNOC said the H2Teesside low-carbon…

Offshore Wind: Mitsubishi, Shell Aim to Produce 400,000t of Green Hydrogen

Apr 07, 2022

Japan's Mitsubishi Corp and Shell aim to produce 400,000 tonnes of 'green hydrogen' in 2030 through the companies' European offshore wind power project, the Yomiuri newspaper reported on Thursday.Dutch renewable energy firm Eneco, owned by Mitsubishi and Japan's Chubu Electric Power Co…

Hydrogen's Many Colors

Nov 19, 2021

Industries including energy, steel, and chemicals are looking to develop large-scale hydrogen applications to help reduce carbon emissions and avert global warming.Although hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, it's very scarce as a gas…

Japan's Marubeni Eyes Floating Wind, Green Hydrogen Projects in Scotland

Nov 10, 2021

Japanese company Marubeni Corporation has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Scottish Enterprise on collaboration for the decarbonization of Scotland including floating offshore wind and green hydrogen businesses.The Scottish Government…

AiP Granted for GEV's 430t C-H2 Carrier

Nov 04, 2021

Australian energy transportation company Global Energy Ventures (GEV) has secured an Approval-in-Principle (AiP) from the American Bureau of Shipping for its pilot-scale 430 tonne C-H2 Carrier vessel.AIP for the Handymax vessel, which GEV intends…

Japanese Energy Firms, UAE's ADNOC to Explore Feasibility of Ammonia Production in UAE

Jul 08, 2021

Japan's Inpex Corp, JERA, and Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corp (JOGMEC) said on Thursday they had agreed with Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) to explore the feasibility of producing ammonia in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).Inpex…

Australia's LNG Industry Sees a Somewhat Green Hydrogen Future

Jun 15, 2021

Having scaled the peak of becoming the world's top exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG), Australia's producers of the super-chilled fuel are contemplating switching their industry around to become the global leader in hydrogen.The keynote…

Japan Sets Aside $3.4B for Hydrogen R&D

May 18, 2021

The Japanese government said on Tuesday it will allocate up to 370 billion yen ($3.4 billion) from its green innovation fund for two projects to accelerate research and development (R&D) and promotion of hydrogen use over the next 10 years.Japan…

Shell to Produce Majority of Oil and Gas Reserves by 2050. Plays Down Stranded Assets Risk

Apr 15, 2021

Royal Dutch Shell said on Thursday the majority of its oil and gas reserves will be produced by 2050, playing down the risk of stranded assets as it prepares to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions in the coming decades.The disclosure is a rare…

Climate Change: $131 Trillion Clean Energy Investments Needed to Avert Catastrophe, Report Says

Mar 16, 2021

Planned investment in clean energy must increase by 30% to a total of $131 trillion by 2050 to avert catastrophic climate change, with the need to massively scale up hydrogen production particularly acute, according to a study published on Tuesday…

CERAWEEK: Energy Firms, Gov'ts Bet on Hydrogen Boom. Payday Far Away

Mar 03, 2021

Governments and energy companies are placing large bets on clean hydrogen playing a leading role in efforts to lower greenhouse gas emissions, but its future uses and costs are highly uncertain.'Without hydrogen by 2050 we cannot aim to be a net zero (carbon) economy…

Kawasaki Heavy Industries Aims to Replicate LNG Supply Chain with Hydrogen

Jan 26, 2021

Japan's Kawasaki Heavy Industries is aiming to replicate its success as a major liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker producer with hydrogen, a key element that may help decarbonize industries and aid the global energy transition.A A$500 million ($385 million) pilot project…

Japan to Introduce Tax Breaks, Fund to Support Zero-carbon Goal

Nov 13, 2020

Japan plans to introduce tax incentives and create a research fund to support so-called green investment, as the government pushes to meet a target of carbon-neutrality announced earlier this month, the Nikkei newspaper reported.The government…

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