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Hydrogen projects update - edition 7

Hydrogen Economist looks at the new hydrogen projects added to our database and the progress made on existing developments

Eighteen new projects were added to our database in the last two weeks, across green and blue hydrogen. Of the new projects, eight are in Europe (Ireland, Italy, Russia & the UK), five are in Asia-Pacific (Australia, China & Sri Lanka), three in North America (Canada & the US), one in Africa (Mauritania) and one in the Middle East (the UAE). In Russia, Novatek, the country’s largest independent natural gas producer, and France’s TotalEnergies have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on decarbonisation, hydrogen and renewables. The companies intend to cooperate on reducing greenhouse gas emissions at joint projects by implementing carbon capture and storage technologies a

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