Gas Networks Ireland, in collaboration with Amber, embarks on a groundbreaking project to evaluate Ireland’s gas infrastructure for green hydrogen integration.
South Dakota Senate has passed House Bill 1034. The legislation mandates the permitting of hydrogen pipelines by the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission (PUC), marking a pivotal moment in the state’s regulatory approach to emerging energy technologies.
Enea, Italy’s national energy agency, and Centria, a subsidiary of the Estra group, have embarked on a joint venture to explore the integration of hydrogen into the natural gas distribution network.
Sweco, a leading engineering consultancy, and Dutch energy operator Gasunie are set to revolutionize the energy landscape in the Netherlands.
Enbridge and FortisBC Energy have embarked on studies, backed by funding from the British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Low Carbon Innovation, to assess the feasibility of integrating hydrogen into the existing gas pipeline infrastructure.
The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) consortium is set to make a significant stride in the realm of sustainable energy as it gears up to test its asset materials for hydrogen supplies later this month.
Thyssenkrupp CEO Miguel López has advocated for the construction of new hydrogen pipelines from southern European countries, emphasizing the critical need for Germany to establish robust connections with regions like Spain, Portugal, and Morocco.
Colombian oil pipeline operator Cenit is contemplating repurposing its extensive pipeline and polyduct network to transport clean hydrogen, signaling a strategic shift in its business model.
Corinth Pipeworks has secured a substantial contract worth over €27 million from DESFA, the Hellenic Gas Transmission System Operator. The…
TÜV NORD energy expert Silvio Konrad anticipates significant strides towards climate-neutral industrial production in Germany in 2024.