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.

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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Sinopec launches MW hydrogen project

Sinopec has launched its first megawatt-level electrolysis based hydrogen production demonstration project in Zhongyuan Oilfield, Henan province, China.

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BP to explore hydrogen production at Kwinana site

BP Australia partners with Macquarie Capital to study the production of green hydrogen at its Kwinana site in Western Australia.

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South Korea leading companies launch Hydrogen Council

South Korea’s 15 leading companies have established a hydrogen business council today (8th September), aiming to invest heavily in hydrogen…

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Germany pledges €55 million for ArcelorMittal hydrogen-powered DRI plant

Germany pledges to fund €55 million to construct the country’s first industrial-scale hydrogen-based direct reduced iron (DRI) plant, using hydrogen…

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