Hydrogen

News
June 17, 2024
The estimated global expenditure on hydrogen production for energy purposes from now until 2050 is expected to reach $6.8 trillion, with an additional $180 billion allocated for hydrogen pipelines and $530 billion for the construction and operation of ammonia terminals.
News
April 23, 2024
The Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA) and the American Petroleum Institute (API) released statements on the new National Petroleum Council (NPC) report on reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the natural gas supply chain being presented to Department of Energy Secretary Granholm.
News
March 25, 2024
JERA will consider buying 500,000 tons a year, or half the ammonia produced from Exxon’s proposed low-carbon hydrogen project in Baytown, Texas, the companies said in a statement. Hydrogen can be converted into ammonia for shipping and storage, then burned cleanly to produce electricity.
News
March 20, 2024
Exxon Mobil Corp. won’t move forward with one of the world’s largest, low-carbon hydrogen projects if the Biden administration withholds tax incentives for natural gas-fed facilities, Chief Executive Officer Darren Woods said during an interview.
News
January 29, 2024
Baker Hughes announced several milestones to support the growth of the hydrogen economy, as part of the company’s broader strategy in new energy. The milestones were announced during the 24th Baker Hughes Annual Meeting held in Florence, Italy, and included advancements in the company’s hydrogen enabling technologies, as well as progress in executing several customers’ hydrogen projects and new collaborations in the sector.
Webcast

Addressing Hydrogen Challenges in Upstream Energy Service

December 06, 2023
Greene Tweed
Energy sources & supplies are constantly changing, often through disruptive technology. Wood to coal, coal to oil and gas (hydrocarbons), and now hydrocarbon to hydrogen. In almost all cases, the disruptive changes seen in a new industry segment also create opportunities in existing industry segments. Discover how unique applications, such as crosslinked PEEK and specialized FKM compounds, can make all the difference in solving hydrogen-related performance problems. New compounds tested with hydrogen at national laboratories are making waves in other markets, and evidence suggests that they may be leveraged for oil and gas applications as well. Hear from experts at Greene Tweed about their unique approach to disruptive materials development and how it can be leveraged to enable success in hydrogen and other applications.
Webcast

Steel Material Performance for Hydrogen Transport and Storage

November 10, 2022
Vallourec
Hydrogen is set to play a key role in the energy transition acting as a low-emission energy carrier for various applications. To ensure safe transport and storage of compressed gaseous hydrogen, steels must be proven resistant to such environments, since hydrogen is also known to affect mechanical properties of some materials, a phenomenon named hydrogen embrittlement. Based on Vallourec’s comprehensive expertise in developing safe and tight products for the transportation and storage of hydrogen, this webcast will discuss hydrogen embrittlement and the resistance of steel materials, analyze testing methodologies and present the results of the tests performed by Vallourec on a selection of steel grades for OCTG pipes, line pipes and pressure vessels in the presence of pure H2 gas, and conclude on its qualified product offering and future developments.
Webcast

Hydrogen-tight connections for underground storage

November 16, 2021
Vallourec
As a leader in tubular solutions, Vallourec developed a new protocol for qualification of connections aimed at hydrogen storage wells. This test program, as well as results showing excellent hydrogen tightness of VAM® 21 premium connection, will be presented in this webcast.
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