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QatarEnergy, Shell to Pursue Hydrogen Projects in the UK

QatarEnergy and Shell have signed an agreement to pursue joint investments in blue and green hydrogen projects in the UK, the Qatari state-run company said on October 19. “The partners will target integrated and scalable opportunities in key sectors where hydrogen could help decarbonise, especially around industrial cluster development and …

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Shell in Talks to Boost Iraq’s Gas Production

Shell is reported to be in talks with Iraq to boost Basra Gas Company’s capacity. According to S&P Global Platts, BGC is planning to increase capacity for gas production from 1 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) now to 1.4 Bcf/d in two years; discussions with Shell could see that …

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Shell Takes Operatorship of 2 Blocks Offshore South Africa

Africa-focused exploration company Impact Oil & Gas Limited has completed the farm-out of 50 percent working interest and operatorship in the Transkei & Algoa exploration right offshore South Africa to oil major Shell. Impact Oil & Gas stated that the transaction was completed between its wholly owned subsidiary Impact Africa …

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Shell to Buy Renewable Energy Company

The Royal Dutch Shell oil and gas company will buy a renewable energy company as part of its goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. The oil company’s Shell New Energies U.S. LLC unit is set to purchase Inspire Energy Capital LLC, a renewable energy company that serves around 235,000 …

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Shell to Join Clean Hydrogen Project in Norway

Shell will join a project in Norway to produce hydrogen from natural gas while capturing the emissions, Aker Clean Hydrogen (ACH) said on Monday. Countries across Europe are looking at ways to produce emissions-free hydrogen to help reduce carbon emissions and avert global warming. Clean hydrogen can be produced from …

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