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.
British multinational oil company BP is spearheading the creation of Castellón Green Hydrogen, a pioneering project aimed at establishing a renewable hydrogen hub in Spain’s Castellón de la Plana refinery.
BP, a leading player in the global oil and gas industry, is steering towards a future fueled by green hydrogen—a sustainable energy source that has the potential to reshape the carbon landscape.
BP’s renewable hydrogen project in Kwinana, Western Australia, has officially entered the front-end engineering and design stage, with production expected to commence in 2026. The H2Kwinana project, a collaborative effort with Macquarie Capital, aims to leverage a 100-MW electrolyzer, with plans for expansion to an impressive 1.5 GW in subsequent phases.
Germany is stepping up its commitment to sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) with an ambitious project that combines green hydrogen, carbon capture, and cutting-edge Fischer Tropsch (FT) technology. The collaboration between Johnson Matthey (JM) and bp has marked a significant milestone by having EDL Anlagenbau Gesellschaft select their FT CANS™ technology for the HyKero plant in Böhlen-Lippendorf, Germany.
European Commission approved a new tranche of Next Generation funds worth €93.5 billion for Spain. The funds will be used to support the country’s economic transformation through initiatives that will have a significant impact on the national territory, including the Valencian Community.
BP, one of the world’s leading oil companies, embarked on a journey towards green hydrogen production in Castelló, Spain, with grand promises of decarbonization and sustainability.
For a hydrogen production unit at its Kwinana biorefinery in Western Australia, British Petroleum (bp) has awarded French Technip Energies a contract valued between $50 million and $250 million. This is in support of the proposed project to produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and biodiesel from renewable feedstocks.
The green hydrogen landscape in the UK is set for a groundbreaking transformation as bp’s HyGreen Teesside project advances to the negotiation stage of the government’s progressive electrolytic hydrogen allocation round. With production slated to commence in 2026, this visionary project is poised to propel the nation’s ambitions for a sustainable energy future.
The pursuit of sustainable energy solutions is reaching new heights as BP, the renowned energy giant, invests in Advanced Ionics, a startup focused on transforming the landscape of green hydrogen production. This strategic move, driven by BP Ventures, is poised to significantly reduce the production costs of zero-carbon hydrogen by harnessing cutting-edge technology.