ENGIE and Equinor join forces in the development of low carbon hydrogen

The partners will investigate the production and market potential for hydrogen from natural gas whereby the CO2 will be captured and stored permanently offshore

Hitachi ABB Power Grids secures Dogger transmission contract

The service company will provide the offshore converter platforms in the North Sea

Eight energy majors agree on six ‘energy transition principles’ towards net zero

The ‘principles’ aim to support industry’s contribution to the Paris Agreement objectives

Northern Lights: Norway agrees to fund CO2 transport and storage project

Equinor, Shell and Total made a conditional investment decision on the project in May this year

NortH2: Equinor and RWE join Europe’s largest green hydrogen project

The project aims to generate around 4GW of green hydrogen using renewable power from offshore wind off the coast of Netherlands by 2030 and more than 10GW by 2040

Panasonic, Equinor and Hydro team up for green battery business

They will assess the market for lithium-ion batteries in Europe and mature the business case for the joint venture in Norway

Port of Tyne unveils £1m investment to tackle dust emissions from cargo handling operations

The measures aim to reduce dust emissions from the dry wood pellets the port handles

Equinor announces commitment to reach net zero by 2050

The Norwegian energy giant said the ambition includes emissions from the production and final consumption of oil and gas products

World’s largest test facility for CO2 transport officially opened in Norway

The objective of the test facility is to learn more about how CO2 behaves during pipeline transport, which is important to scale up the transport and storage of carbon dioxide in the future

Microsoft joins Norwegian carbon storage project as technology partner

Northern Lights is a joint project between the Norwegian Government and energy companies Equinor, Shell and Total that seeks to standardise and scale CCS across Europe