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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.

Total Eren to develop green hydrogen project in Chile

Enap has recently signed a collaboration agreement with Total Eren for developing a green hydrogen project in the Magallanes Region.

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Enap and HIF Global strengthen green hydrogen partnership

HIF Chile has signed a long-term lease contract with Enap for 47 hectares of land in Cabo Negro, Punta Arenas…

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Chart receives new orders

Chart Industries received over $120 million of orders for four liquefaction projects, including hydrogen, with four different customers.

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Chile’s Corfo selects six green hydrogen projects

Corfo has selected six of the twelve proposals in the first call to develop green hydrogen production plants in Chile.

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Rosatom increases hydrogen cooperation

Rusatom and NLMK to cooperate on hydrogen production and the development of technologies for capturing and using CO2.

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KBR explores hydrogen in Trinidad & Tobago; Insplorion tests its hydrogen sensor

KBR to study to establish a green hydrogen market in Trinidad and Tobago as part of ongoing technical cooperation financed…

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Monolith is offered a $1 billion loan for hydrogen project

Monolith has received conditional approval for a $1.04 billion loan guarantee from the US Department of Energy (DoE). The loan…

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Germany approves €900 M for H2Global

Germany to invest € 900 million in a green hydrogen project, H2Global, aims to advance the international market ramp-up of…

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Scotia Gas Networks sells 25% stake; Howden acquires CPI

Global Infrastructure Partners has agreed to acquire a 25% equity interest in Scotia Gas Networks (SGN) from Omers Infrastructure.

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Novatek and Uniper supports hydrogen economy

Novatek and Uniper agreed for supply of low-carbon ammonia to be delivered to Uniper’s markets in Germany .

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