Hydrogen pipeline news
Europe begins hydrogen network development
A European hydrogen pipeline network would be essential if gas is to play a role in decarbonising energy-intensive industries that cannot electrify.
DNV launches second phase of H2Pipe
DNV launches Phase 2 of joint industry project aiming to develop a new code for the design, re-qualification, construction and operation of offshore pipelines to transport hydrogen.
Development of hydrogen supply chain hinges on major policy changes
EIC highlights role of hydrogen as a clean energy as it participates in the UK’s first official Hydrogen Week.
DNV to assess the viability of blending hydrogen in South Korea
DNV selected by Korea Gas Corporation to assess the viability of blending hydrogen into the nation’s gas transmission network.
Germany joins H2Med pipeline project
Germany joins a new hydrogen pipeline project between Spain, Portugal and France.
Cadent and National Grid look to kickstart the hydrogen economy
Low carbon hydrogen is a new home-grown super-fuel which will be vital for the UK’s energy security, offering the potential to decarbonise hard-to-decarbonise sectors.
Energy market themes to watch
Oil fundamentals still lead, growth in energy transition-related investment opportunities on the rise.
Equinor and RWE to collaborate
Equinor and RWE agree to work together to develop large-scale value chains for low carbon hydrogen.
Strohm completes €29 million investment round
Strohm completes largest funding round in the company’s 15 year history by securing a €15 million investment.
Fluxys increases transmission capacity
Infrastructure operator given go-ahead for the construction of a new pipeline in Belgium.