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SPE is firmly focused on the future of our industry. Here, our member experts focus on hydrogen and its role in energy transition, including blue hydrogen and the goals of net zero. Join in the discussion of new technologies, challenges and opportunities, the latest news and developments, and resources to grow your knowledge.

 

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Three Design Concepts Put Green Hydrogen Production Offshore

04 August 2022
Many hurdles for marinization of green hydrogen production already have been overcome in the offshore oil and wind sectors. A fresh set of challenges, however, will rise around developing and deploying hydrogen production facilities offshore.

Tracking the Energy Transition: CCS and Newbuild Ships, the Rise of Hydrogen Projects, EV Manufacturing Stateside, and the Smell of Fuel Conversion Success

20 June 2022
Sempra lands partners for a CCS deal in Louisiana, while Shell eyes newbuild ships for CCS transport. An offshore alliance targets floating wind technology, and global hydrogen projects gain momentum in the UAE, Africa, and Brazil.

TotalEnergies Agrees Green Hydrogen Deal With Indian Conglomerate Adani

17 June 2022
TotalEnergies has purchased a 25% stake in India’s Adani New Industries Ltd., creating a partnership to produce and commercialize green hydrogen globally.

Petronas Forms Standalone Clean Energy Company

16 June 2022
Gentari aims to develop and deliver conventional renewable energy, hydrogen, and electric vehicle solutions in Asia Pacific and beyond.

Future Hydrogen Production Will Be Less Than Half of What Climate Goals Need

15 June 2022
In a new report from DNV, global hydrogen production is projected to increase by an order of magnitude from 2030 to 2050. But it will still not be enough to satisfy net-zero targets.

Tracking the Energy Transition: Hydrogen Projects Advance, CCS Work Goes Global, Spain Tees Up Wind Projects, Amazon’s Renewables Charge

23 May 2022
Hydrogen fuels, storage, and production projects are on the go, while CCS and wind projects receive significant international boosts from the likes of INPEX, Chevron, Equinor, and Eni and Amazon splashes cash for more than three dozen renewables projects.

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