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H2 Bulletin covers the latest hydrogen developments across various industrial sectors. Manufacturing industries are transitioning from fossil-based fuel to clean energy where hydrogen is seen as a promising alternative.

Fortescue, Eneos to study developing Japan-Australia hydrogen supply chain

Fortescue Future Industries Pty Ltd (FFI) and Eneos have agreed to conduct a study on potential business collaboration to develop…

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Fives designs hydrogen combustion solution for the Indian chloralkaline industry

Fives, a French industrial engineering Group, will provide a unique combustion solution capable of firing natural gas and hydrogen to…

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Tata Steel to run IJmuiden steelworks on hydrogen

Tata Steel, the leading steelmaker, plans to use hydrogen at its steelworks in IJmuiden, the Netherland. Tata Steel has confirmed…

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Edison, Snam join Green Hydrogen Valley project in Italy

Snam and Edison have joined Saipem and Alboran Hydrogen to develop the Puglia Green Hydrogen Valley project in Italy. Saipem…

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Air Liquide, TotalEnergies to strengthen hydrogen ties in Normandy

Air Liquide and TotalEnergies agreed to produce low carbon hydrogen at TotalEnergies’ Normandy platform in France. The project will allow…

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Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies raises €50 million

Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies has raised a further €50 million to scale and commercialise its technology.

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Chart Industries, FLSmidth partner for decarbonising the cement industry

FLSmidth (a Danish multinational engineering company) has signed an agreement with Chart Industries, Inc. (a producer of energy and industrial…

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Chevron joins Magnum & Mitsubishi in Aces’s hydrogen project

Chevron New Energies, a division of Chevron USA Inc, announced to buy an equity interest in Aces Delta, LLC.

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Petronas, Eneos partner for hydrogen supply chain

Petronas Gas &New Energy Sdn Bhd (Pgnesb) and Eneos Corporation has signed an MoU to jointly study developing clean hydrogen…

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Mitsubishi, Shell to produce hydrogen in Canada

Mitsubishi Corporation and Shell Canada Limited will join forces to develop a low-carbon hydrogen production facility in Alberta, Canada.

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