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Net Zero Energy

Mass produced BMW hydrogen vehicles could be here as soon as 2025 with help from Toyota

BMW revealed the iX5 Hydrogen, a hydrogen fuel cell-powered version of the standard X5 SUV.

Where do CO2 emissions come from in North-West Europe? Rystad Energy report

The overall CO2 footprint amounted to about 24 million tonnes in 2020, equal to 2-3% of the global upstream CO2 emissions, while producing about 4% of the world’s hydrocarbons.

McDermott signs ammonia licensing deal with US engineering giant

McDermott will evaluate opportunities of green and blue ammonia projects.

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Digital Energy

Shell builds an integrated data platform to accelerate energy transition

Shell.ai platform increasing efficiency across its operations by better use of data.

Methane intensity reporting methodology validated by third party

Methane have been analyzed and validated as efficacious by ERM CVS.

Hiber expands data-gathering capabilities of its remote well-monitoring solution

HiberHilo satellite IoT connection to a variety of field sensors to measure flow.

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Mondi and Dow partner on carbon-reduced monomaterial packaging for Essity’s feminine care range

Mondi is working with Dow to develop new, recyclable secondary packaging for feminine care.

Fortum and GIG to form a joint venture and invest in a Waste-to-Energy plant in Glasgow, Scotland

Fortum and GIG have made a decision to invest in a new Waste-to-Energy plant in Glasgow.

Ask an Expert: Luis Hoffmann, Sulzer Chemtech

Luis Hoffmann, Sulzer Chemtech talks about the main drivers of plastics circularity at the 3rd Go Circular Business Summit in Antwerp

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Wood to engineer Europe’s most innovative olefin complex

Wood has secured a new contract with INEOS in excess of $100 million to deliver engineering.

Globuc releases an overview of the biggest downstream projects in Central Asia and Caspian

We prepared an overview presentation on the largest downstream projects in Central Asia and Caspian region.

Sasol and Uzbekistan GTL continue to cooperate for next generation catalysts

Sasol and Uzbekistan GTL sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on the supply of Low Temperature Fischer Tropsch catalysts

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Industrial parks and sites in Azerbaijan attract over $3.7 billion in Investments

Investments in industrial parks and sites in Azerbaijan have reached $3.7 billion.

QazaqGaz to build gas processing plant at Kashagan

QazaqGaz National Company has started construction of a gas processing plant at Kashagan oil field.

C. Asia's first gas turbines maintenance center opened in Turkmenistan

Ashgabat is the only enterprise that can repair and service General Electric gas turbines in Central Asia.

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Serinus Energy spuds first of two wells in Romania

Serinus Energy PLC spudded the Canar-1 exploration well on the northern flank of Carei basin.

EU Commission approves €149 million Romanian scheme to support renewable hydrogen production

The European Commission has approved, a €149 million Romanian scheme.

Bulgarian Minister: The Increase in Price of Gas is 54% not 90% because of the Deal with Azerbaijan

Bulgargaz's proposal to increase the price of blue fuel by 54 percent in August.

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