Tagged With UAE
UAE launches hydrogen strategy
8 November 2021
Nation is targeting a 25pc global market share in key export targets
Gulf hydrogen ambitions edge closer to reality
12 October 2021
Hydrogen projects worth more than $40bn announced in Oman, Saudi Arabia and the UAE over past 18 months as governments eye first-mover advantage
UAE targets $1.3/kg blue hydrogen
20 September 2021
Country should target green and blue hydrogen production as it looks to develop market, says Qamar Energy report
BP, Masdar and Adnoc sign blue hydrogen deal
17 September 2021
Firms will work together to develop 1GW H2Teesside project and 1GW facility in Abu Dhabi
Fertiglobe sells second blue ammonia cargo to Japan
10 August 2021
Shipment to Japanese refiner Idemitsu fetches attractive premium to grey ammonia
Fertiglobe sells second blue ammonia cargo to Japan
10 August 2021
Shipment to Japanese refiner Idemitsu fetches attractive premium to grey ammonia
Abu Dhabi eyes new hydrogen frontiers
6 August 2021
Two recently announced ventures will see the emirate’s increasing production of the gas being deployed in steel and fertiliser industries
Fertiglobe sells first blue ammonia cargo to Japan
4 August 2021
Abu Dhabi wants to expand blue ammonia production to meet demand in East Asian markets
Abu Dhabi looks to develop green ammonia project
8 July 2021
Project will also feature a storage facility at Khalifa Port with the hope of becoming a trade hub
Abu Dhabi hedges hydrogen bets
1 June 2021
Carbon mitigation the immediate focus but green ammonia also on agenda for leading solar power generator
Abu Dhabi taps Asian ties for hydrogen push
21 April 2021
Flurry of agreements lays foundation for expanding historic energy collaboration in the fledgling market
Adnoc and Aramco lead Gulf NOCs’ blue hydrogen drive
18 March 2021
The Gulf heavyweights are investing heavily in expanding their hydrogen capabilities as they complete the carbon economy circle
Abu Dhabi catches the hydrogen bug
21 January 2021
The oil-rich emirate has been slow to join the hydrogen economy—but a tie-up between the government’s corporate mainstays augurs a dramatic change of heart