Recent developments at Sinopec’s Kuqa facility in China shed light on the challenges facing large-scale hydrogen production.
Sinopec, the Chinese oil giant, has acknowledged ongoing issues at its 260MW Kuqa green hydrogen project in northwest China.
In a setback for the global green hydrogen landscape, the world’s largest green hydrogen project, Sinopec’s 260MW Kuqa facility in Xinjiang, northwest China, is reportedly operating at less than a third of its installed capacity. This revelation comes as research from BloombergNEF (BNEF) sheds light on various issues, including missing safety features and lower-than-promised efficiencies.
China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) has successfully completed the construction of the Sinopec Xinjiang Kuqa Green Hydrogen Pilot Project.
In a monumental stride towards a more sustainable future, China has inaugurated its first 10,000-ton photovoltaic green hydrogen project.
Chinese oil and petrochemicals supplier Sinopec is making significant progress in its mission to establish a complete hydrogen value chain, according to its latest sustainability report.
Cummins, an Indiana-based engine manufacturer, and China Petrochemical Corporation (Sinopec) have commenced operations of their jointly-owned hydrogen equipment factory in Foshan, southern Guangdong province.
The largest fuel provider and oil refiner in the country, China Petrochemical Corp., has presented a plan to construct the first long-distance hydrogen pipeline in the nation.
In the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Area, China Petroleum & Chemical Company launched the Inner Mongolia Erdos Wind-Solar Green Hydrogen Project, its first hydrogen demonstration project.
The first methanol-to-hydrogen and hydrogen service station in China was formally inaugurated by China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) in Dalian, China.