The 2.2GW Neom green hydrogen megaproject is set to supply green hydrogen to a pioneering e-fuels facility operated by Saudi Arabian state oil company Aramco. This groundbreaking initiative aims to produce 35 barrels a day of synthetic gasoline using green hydrogen and captured CO2.
S-Oil and Aramco cooperate on ammonia On the 25th, S-Oil declared that it had signed a letter of intent (LOI)…
Saudi Arabia’s Aramco, the world’s largest oil producer, is investing in a range of decarbonization technologies, including lower-carbon hydrogen, direct air capture, and CO2 sequestration.
Saudi Arabia’s energy behemoth, Aramco, is steering its colossal resources towards the production of low-carbon hydrogen. This seismic shift in strategy is poised to propel Aramco into the vanguard of the green energy revolution, as the company aims to produce a staggering 2 million tonnes of low-carbon hydrogen by 2030, a move that could potentially transform the global hydrogen landscape.
In a significant move following their framework agreement, Geely and Renault have solidified their partnership by signing a binding joint venture agreement for the establishment of a new combustion engine company.
Saudi oil giant Aramco has announced that it is putting its plans for blue hydrogen on hold due to high costs and the lack of off-takers.
Aramco and Linde Engineering get a contract in place to work together to create a new ammonia cracking technique.
The Saudi oil tycoon Aramco will arrive in the hub of Renault’s thermal division, which specializes in clean powertrains.
The MoU covers collaboration on hydrogen, renewable energy, and carbon capture and storage technologies.
Aramco, one of the top global integrated energy and chemicals businesses, and PT Pertamina (Persero) in Indonesia are investigating opportunities for cooperation throughout the hydrogen and ammonia value chain.