Oman, the Netherlands, and key industry players have signed a Joint Study Agreement to explore the feasibility of a liquid hydrogen supply chain.
Leaders of both nations, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol, are poised to make a joint announcement during the upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in San Francisco.
The Suez Canal Economic Zone in Egypt has solidified a transformative partnership with prominent Chinese firms, ushering in a new era of green fuel manufacturing. The $15.6 billion agreement is poised to drive sustainable energy initiatives and spark economic growth in the region.
Denmark has awarded a total of DKK 1.25 billion ($155 million) to six green hydrogen projects in its first tender for support for Power to X (PtX) projects. The projects will be located in Holstebro, Esbjerg, Padborg, Rybjerg, Rødekro, and Fredericia.
This partnership aims to source 80 megawatts (MW) of green electricity from the “Sande Hybrid Energy Park,” currently under construction in Lower Saxony, Germany.
Nedstack and ComAp have joined forces to revolutionize the power generation landscape. Their strategic alliance aims to develop sophisticated control systems that seamlessly integrate fuel cell technology into power generation processes, unlocking the immense potential of this clean energy source.
The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources in Jordan has inked a crucial memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Jordan Green Ammonia Company. This groundbreaking agreement paves the way for in-depth feasibility studies focusing on green hydrogen projects within the nation.
A recent workshop between the United States and Oman explored the potential for producing hydrogen from Oman’s unique geology. The workshop brought together government, industry, and academic experts to share information and ideas about geologic hydrogen, and to explore new partnerships between the two countries.
OCI signed an agreement with New Fortress Energy (NFE). This partnership aims to produce green hydrogen that will empower OCI to scale up its green ammonia production capacity in Beaumont, Texas, to approximately 160,000 tons per year by 2026.
Colombia recently took center stage at the H2 Meet 2023 the only Latin American nation in attendance, showcasing its commitment to the energy transition and its potential as a clean energy hub.