Tag Archives: South Korea

Blue Hydrogen has a Methane Problem

Amid the global transition to clean fuel, conventional oil and gas companies appear to have found a way to stay relevant: blue hydrogen. Hydrogen, typically produced by breaking methane inside liquefied natural gas into hydrogen and carbon, is labeled as blue, when all carbon emissions from this process are captured, …

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Qatar Agrees New 20-Year LNG Deal with Korea

Qatar Petroleum (QP) has finalized a 20-year sale and purchase agreement to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Korea. The agreement with Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) covers the supply of 2 million tons-a-year of LNG, QP said in a filing. Shipments will start by January 2025, and will be delivered …

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