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Baker Hughes achieves new hydrogen milestones to accelerate transition to hydrogen economy

Baker Hughes, an energy technology company, announced several milestones to support the growth of the hydrogen economy, as part of the company’s broader strategy in new energy.

BASF and Envision Energy enter a collaboration to drive sustainable energy solutions

BASF process catalysts announced a new collaboration with Envision Energy, a leading green technology provider of comprehensive net zero solutions.

Plastic pyrolysis oils as feedstock for steam crackers: Opportunities and challenges—Part 1

Linde Engineering: Delhomme-Neudecker, C.  |  Schödel, N.  |  Tóta, Á.  |  Schmidt, G.

Plastic waste is a global challenge. Today, only a minimal amount of plastic waste is recycled, mostly mechanically.

India's Gujarat signs investment pacts worth $18.75 B with several firms

Companies across many sectors signed initial investment pacts totaling $18.75 B for projects they will build in India's western state of Gujarat, including green hydrogen and green ammonia facilities.

Eni's Plenitude unit valued at 10 B euros in deal with EIP

Eni has agreed to sell a 9% stake in its low-carbon and retail unit Plenitude to Energy Infrastructure Partners (EIP) through a deal that values the unit at 10 B euros ($11 B) including debt.

CNX Resources pulls out of Adams Fork ammonia project

CNX Resources said it had pulled out of the Adams Fork ammonia project and is evaluating several alternative sites in southern West Virginia for clean hydrogen projects.

Saras awards NextChem an engineering design study for the first green synthetic fuels pilot plant in Italy

MAIRE announces that NEXTCHEM, through its subsidiary NextChem Tech, has signed an agreement with Saras S.p.A for an engineering design study to accelerate the path towards decarbonization of Saras’ refinery in Sarroch, Sardinia.

China's SPIC plans $5.9-B investment turning green hydrogen into fuel

China's State Power Investment Corp announced a $5.85-B investment plan in northeast China to produce fuel from hydrogen produced from wind power, according to a company official and a local government report.

Process design considerations for green ammonia manufacturing

Black & Veatch: Goyal, S.

To fulfill the climate goals of limiting the rise in global temperatures, green hydrogen has emerged as an alternate unconventional fuel.

Design considerations and decarbonization options for fired heaters

S & B Engineers and Constructors Ltd.: Malhotra, K.

As greenhouse gas emissions policies and regulations become more stringent, carbon dioxide emissions have taken center stage, with many nations targeting net-zero carbon emissions.