BASF and bp have joined forces to implement BASF’s gas treating technology, OASE white, in bp’s proposed blue hydrogen facility, H2Teesside, located in Teesside, UK.
BASF Process Catalysts partners with Envision Energy Today, BASF Process Catalysts announced a new partnership with Envision Energy, a top…
German chemical giant BASF SE is poised to embark on a groundbreaking venture as it secures formal funding approval amounting to EUR 124.3 million (USD 136.2 million) for its envisaged green hydrogen plant at the Ludwigshafen headquarters.
BASF, in collaboration with Siemens Energy, has received funding approval from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action and the State of Rhineland-Palatinate. The funds will propel the construction of a proton exchange membrane electrolyzer, marking a substantial leap in the Hy4Chem-EI project at the Ludwigshafen site.
HH2E, or Hydrogen Hub and Energy, is making headlines with its strategic approach to turning intermittent solar and wind energy into a stable flow of carbon-free hydrogen, heat, and electricity. At the heart of their innovative strategy lies a significant partnership with BASF Stationary Energy Storage GmbH (BSES) and the adoption of high-capacity Sodium Sulfur batteries (NAS® Batteries).
In order to design and build a sizable low-carbon blue ammonia production facility along the U.S. Gulf Coast, BASF and Yara Clean Ammonia have teamed up.
As a part of the Kashiwazaki Clean Hydrogen/Ammonia Project, INPEX Corporation, one of the most significant exploration and production firms in Japan, will deploy the HiPACT regenerative high-pressure CO2 capture technology jointly developed by BASF and its engineering partner JGC Corporation.
The world’s largest chemical company, BASF, has signed a long-term agreement with Linde for the supply of hydrogen and steam.…
Advent Technologies Holding and BASF New Business GmbH recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at developing and expanding the manufacturing scale of advanced fuel cell membranes designed for long-term operations under extreme conditions.
The gases hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) are positioned on opposite sides of a membrane that allows only single, positively charged hydrogen protons to flow through.