Dutch and Brazilian Ports Form Green Hydrogen Partnership

(OW) The Ports of Rotterdam and Brazil’s Pecém have signed a collaboration agreement on energy projects such as offshore wind and green hydrogen production. The aim of this partnership is to strengthen bilateral cooperation and knowledge and promote public and private initiatives between the Netherlands and Brazil in port development, port logistics, hinterland connection, and... Continue Reading →

Technip Energies Sets Up Green Hydrogen JV, Beats Quarterly Earnings Expectations

(Reuters) French oil and gas services group Technip Energies on Thursday announced a green hydrogen solutions joint-venture with Belgian group John Cockerill, while reporting stronger-than-expected first-quarter earnings.  The need to combat climate change, along with Russia's invasion of Ukraine, have created opportunities for energy service firms, with increased investments in liquefied natural gas (LNG) and... Continue Reading →

‘Hydrogen Hubs’ to the Fore

Barry Parker, Contributor (OE) The path to decarbonization is defined by partnership and fueled by government funding. This month we examine the players, partnerships, and evolution of Hydrogen Hubs in the Gulf of Mexico. The Green Shipping Challenge, organized by the United States and Norway at COP 27 held in late 2022, brought about dozens of... Continue Reading →

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