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    US hydrogen network plans for Air Liquide


    Air Liquide has announced plans to develop and supply a fully-integrated hydrogen fuelling infrastructure in the northeast United States, in collaboration with Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc. (Toyota), to support Toyota’s introduction of a new hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), the “Mirai”, and its plans to deliver hydrogen FCEVs ...

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    Toby Peters appointed at university


    Toby Peters, long-time advocate of UK-based innovation in energy systems and founder of Highview Power and the Dearman Engine Company, has been appointed Visiting Professor in Power and Cold Economy at the University of Birmingham.

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    McPhy names Northern American manager


    McPhy Energy, specialised in hydrogen based solutions for energy storage and industrial applications, has appointed Prabhu K. Rao Chief Executive Officer of McPhy Energy North America. McPhy will benefit from his 17-year experience at growing on-site generation business addressing both industrial and mobility markets.

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    Plug Power has record quarterly revenue


    Plug Power, a leader in providing clean, reliable energy solutions, today reports its 2014 third quarter results. Most notably, with in the space of nine months, the company has grown from net working capital of $11m at the end of 2013 to $117.6m at end of Q3 2014.

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    ReliOn rebranded following 2014 acquisition


    ReliOn, the Spokane Washington based company, was acquired by Plug Power in April 2014. Since then, it has now been decided that the company will have its brand restructured under the larger powerhouse umbrella of Plug Power Inc.

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    Siemens H-clas turbine en route to center


    The third of three Siemens H-class gas turbines is en route to FPL’s Port Everglades Next Generation Clean Energy Center in Florida. Using the Siemens advanced gas turbine technology, FPL is modernizing its Port Everglades Next Generation Clean Energy Center with the goal of cutting fossil fuel consumption by one-third. ...

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    Plug Power receives full GenKey order


    Newark Farmers Market has expanded its investment in hydrogen fuel cell technology with Plug Power, and will be integrating a full GenKey solution to support material handling operations for a new food distribution building now under construction at its Newark, New Jersey site.

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    Plug Power secures Praxair partnership


    Plug Power has announced it has signed a long-term hydrogen distribution agreement with Praxair, one of the largest industrial gases companies in the world and North America’s largest liquid hydrogen producer.

  • Air Liquide innovation

    Air Liquide and CEA strengthen partnership


    After jointly conducting a number of projects in recent years on energy transition, Air Liquide and French government-funded technological research organisation CEA have strengthened their partnership with a new five-year strategic agreement.

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    UK first as hydrogen station is launched


    Honda, BOC and fellow project partners including the Technology Strategy Board are today launching the UK’s first commercial scale, solar-powered, multi-application hydrogen facility in Swindon.

  • Oil and gas services – November 2014

    Oil and gas services – Renewed demand


    Despite a decline in some regions, global long-term oil consumption is still seen to be rising. At the same time, various dynamics are stimulating oil and gas activity in one of the biggest markets in the world, the US. North America is awash with newly producible shale gas and ‘tight’ ...

  • Enhanced oil recovery – November 2014

    Enhanced oil recovery: The CO2 challenge and opportunity


    Sam A. Rushing explores the prominence of carbon dioxide-based enhanced oil recovery (EOR) projects in the oil and gases buisness, and the challenges – and opportunities – in the provision of carbon dioxide.

  • Shale gas – November 2014

    Shale gas – Industry revolution or public revolt?


    Paul Taylor, Senior Vice-President EMEA, AspenTech discusses the revolution in the energy landscape as a result of the shale gale – and whether it’s a case of industry revolution or public revolt for this particular dynamic in oil and gas.

  • Flaring excess gases – November 2014

    Flaring excess gases – A consideration in oil and gas investments


    There are certain industrial processes that have an inherently high risk of producing unwanted off-gases. Heavy industry recognises the potential impact of these off-gases on the environment, and continually invests countless hours and funds into mitigating the associated risks involved with manufacturing processes.

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    First UK supermarket hydrogen dispenser


    Sainsbury’s has announced the UK’s first supermarket forecourt hydrogen dispenser will be located at its Hendon (London) store by the end of the year (2014).

  • Charless Purkess, Hyundai ix35

    Another Hyundai ix35 delivered to UK


    ITM Power has taken delivery of one of the first Hyundai ix35 fuel cell vehicles to arrive in the UK. The vehicles being rolled out are a result of the pioneering £31m Hydrogen For Innovative Vehicles (HyFive) project funded by the FCH JU under the EU Framework 7 programme.

  • Water Bubbles

    Breakthrough made by HyperSolar


    The company has developed a novel reactor design and system architecture that uses a high voltage solar cell to efficiently separate and produce pure hydrogen from sunlight and water.

  • Economic analysis report finance

    New LNG players to double world market?


    Gazprom intends to increase its liquefaction capacity by 250% to 25 million tonnes per year. However, new players Rosneft and Novatek will “account for almost half of Russia’s capacity by 2018” says analysts.

  • Qatargas

    Qatargas starts up PMP


    Qatargas has announced the successful start-up of the Plateau Maintenance Project (PMP), which aims to ensure that the production capacity of Qatargas 1 is maintained at 10 million tpa of LNG for many years to come.

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    World first in real life hydrogen


    With a unique and innovative captive fleet implementation model including 50 vehicles Kangoo ZE-H2 in circulation and powered by two hydrogen stations operating in Lyon and Grenoble, France, the HyWay project showcases performance and reliability of Hydrogen at commercial scale.