More in Energy – Page 26

  • 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.

  • Hydrogen pump green fuel

    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.

  • August 2014 Beautiful Earth North America

    Cosmodyne chosen by Northstar for LNG liquefier


    The project Cosmodyne has been chosen to work on is the New Jersey natural gas Howell LNG facility.

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    Algeria deal secured by Mcphy


    McPhy Energy and its partner Ecisgroup will provide their turnkey hydrogen-based cooling solution for a power plant built by Daewoo in Algeria. It is McPhy’s first contract to equip a power plant.

  • Japan

    ENER-G partners with Cornes Biogas


    Combined heat and power (CHP) specialist ENER-G has appointed Cornes Biogas as its Cogen Partner for Japan - gaining a first contract at Shikaoi municipal biogas plant, in Hokkaido.

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    Range extender win for HyWay


    Hydrogen-powered range extenders equip entire EV fleet in the first large-scale implementation of the technology in France under the HyWay project.

  • Hydrogen symbol

    Millions pledged to get hydrogen cars moving


    The arrival of hydrogen cars on UK roads is a step closer as the Business Minister Matthew Hancock announced up to £11m of funding. Government and industry will prepare the UK for the rollout of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).

  • Plug-Power-logo-gas_world

    New York Governor tours Plug Power


    During this milestone visit, Governor Cuomo toured the manufacturing facility and then told workers and executives of the dramatic positive impact he expects from the recent 0% manufacturing tax for operations in the State of New York.

  • Linde's hydrogen station in Berlin demonstrates the investment the company has placed in hydrogen as a future fuel.

    Partnership to build German H2 stations


    Automobile manufacturer Daimler and gases and engineering company The Linde Group will team up with oil and gas companies TOTAL, OMV, Avia and Hoyer this year to significantly increase the number of hydrogen fuelling stations in Germany.

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    Wärtsilä to develop Indonesia’s first bio-LNG plant


    Wärtsilä and two Indonesian partners have today signed a joint development agreement with the intention of creating the first ever bio-LNG plant in Indonesia.

  • Hydrogen car

    Hydrogen fuelling deal for Air Products


    Air Products has announced it has signed an agreement to be the hydrogen fuelling station and technology supplier for FirstElement Fuel’s initial network of 19 hydrogen-fuelling stations to be built throughout California in 2015. 

  • Hydrogen symbol

    Australian firm selects McPhy’s hydrogen storage


    McPhy Energy has sold its integrated solid hydrogen production-storage solution to the Australian firm Petawatt® Energy. Following the success of its major demonstration projects, this contract confirms the commercial relevance of McPhy’s range of power-to-power solutions.

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    Boundary Dam project unveiled


    The long awaited moment in the history of carbon capture and storage (CCS) has arrived: today marks the formal start up of the first of its kind commercial-scale coal-fired power plant CCS operation.

  • WELTEC-biofuel

    Biogas project ordered from WELTEC


    French agriculture has a wealth of raw and waste materials that are suitable for biogas plants. However, only half of the available materials are presently used for energy production. However, ambitious targets to raise biogas usage up to 50% by 2020 have been drawn up.