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    Process Sensing Technologies: Complete gas measurement solutions for hydrogen


    In 1874 Cyrus Harding, an engineer in the book The Mysterious Island by the French science-fiction author Jules Verne, predicted, “Yes, my friends, I believe that water will one day be employed as fuel, that hydrogen and oxygen which constitute it, used singly or together, will furnish an inexhaustible source ...

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    In focus… Power-to-Gas technologies


    The usage of renewable energy sources wind and solar photovoltaics have grown increasingly in recent years and become vital to support global carbon footprint reduction goals. But the wind isn’t always blowing, and the sun isn’t always shining, which creates a grid stabilisation issue as well as the need for ...

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    Measured growth


    In the global fight against climate change, many nations are committed to reducing energy consumption and have set ambitious goals to minimise carbon emissions. However, to achieve net zero targets, there must be significant decarbonisation and a substantial change will be required in the way energy is generated, stored, transported ...

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    Specialty gases enabling the green agenda in Asia-Pacific


    Solar panel production for mega-scale renewable projects means mega-scale growth for industries gases, writes Stephen B. Harrison, sbh4 Consulting.

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    From space to your garage


    Hydrogen risk assessment has been around ever since humans began recognising the many useful applications of hydrogen. Today our assessment methodologies continue to evolve in response to the fast-growing commercial hydrogen economy.

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    On the crest of a wave


    Shipping is responsible for more than 3% of the world’s carbon dioxide (CO2) pollution, with Oceana reporting that if global shipping were a country, it would be the sixth largest producer of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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    10 minutes with… Rod Christie


    10 minutes with… Rod Christie, Executive VP, Turbomachinery Process Solutions, Baker Hughes.

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    Electrolysers: Helping to decarbonise the energy market


    Recent developments make it clear – the time for hydrogen is now. As we rebuild from the COVID-19 pandemic, we have an opportunity to use global government stimulus programmes to set the course for a new future – one that invests in new energy sources, like hydrogen, and serves all ...

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    Understanding electrolyser technologies


    They’re widely understood to be one of the key building blocks of the green hydrogen-based society, even cited as such by the International Energy Agency (IEA). They offer a way to produce clean hydrogen from low-carbon electricity, and they are at the fulcrum of the bold targets of the €750bn ...

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    Shades of hydrogen


    “Not all hydrogen is created equal,” explained Nel Hydrogen’s David Bow, then senior vice-president of Sales and Marketing, in a feature for gasworld magazine in 2017. “There are two general types of hydrogen available in today’s commercial marketplace: ‘brown’ hydrogen and ‘green’ hydrogen.”

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    Air Liquide and Itochu collaborate on hydrogen mobility in Japan


    Air Liquide Japan and Itochu Corporation have joined forces to accelerate the development of hydrogen retail infrastructure and offer competitive hydrogen supply in Japan, for both passenger and commercial vehicles.

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    Deep decarbonisation of cement production


    Some industries are considered ‘difficult to decarbonise’. Iron and steelmaking is one example. Cement is another. Yet oxyfuel burner technology and hydrogen electrolysers are showing the way, writes Stephen B. Harrison in an exclusive for gasworld.

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    Chart and Ballard join forces on hydrogen-powered heavy-duty vehicle developments


    Chart Industries has joined forces with Ballard Power Systems to develop long range, quick refuelling and low-cost heavy-duty hydrogen-powered vehicles.

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    Hydrogen and CCS – Building blocks for a low-carbon future


    “Hydrogen is essential for decarbonisation.” That is the strongly held belief of Dan Sadler, UK Low Carbon Strategy Director at Equinor, expressed in an interview with Stephen B. Harrison for gasworld.

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    New Air Liquide, Siemens Energy deal to create industrial-scale hydrogen projects


    A new partnership between Air Liquide and Siemens Energy is aiming to lay the groundwork for mass manufacturing of electrolysers in Europe.

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    Pierre-Etienne Franc to leave Air Liquide and set up hydrogen fund


    A new fund to finance infrastructure projects designed to foster the development of decarbonated hydrogen is set to be created by Pierre-Etienne Franc.

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    Linde unveils plans for Asia’s largest liquid hydrogen facility


    Linde has today (4 th  Feb) unveiled plans to build and operate Asia’s largest liquid hydrogen facility in Ulsan, South Korea.

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    Blue hydrogen and CCUS


    How the Shell Blue Hydrogen Process (SBHP) is helping heavy industries, refiners and resource holders to meet their net-zero emission ambitions – and providing new opportunities in CO2 utilisation and supply.

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    Air Liquide doubles capacity at Bécancour hydrogen complex


    Air Liquide has today (26 th Jan) said that construction of what it believes to be the world’s largest proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyser is complete, and the unit is producing up to 8.2 tonnes per day of low-carbon hydrogen in Bécancour, Québec.

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    Air Liquide to take 40% stake in H2V Normandy


    Air Liquide is to take a 40% stake in H2V Normandy, a company planning to develop a green hydrogen production unit, featuring electrolysis technology, the French industrial gases firm confirmed today (20 th Jan).