US provides $31m to develop CCS technologies

They will be capable of capturing at least 95% of emissions from natural gas and waste-to-energy plants and industrial applications such as cement and steel

US supports methane emissions reductions from oil and gas with $32m funding

It will support research and development of new monitoring, measurement and mitigation technologies to help detect, quantify and reduce methane emissions

Uniper granted €2.4m for industrial-scale hydrogen storage pilot

It intends to store up to 250,000 cubic meters of green hydrogen by 2024

‘Green hydrogen cheaper than LNG in Europe’

That’s due to rocketing gas prices, new research finds

Amazon invests in green hydrogen companies

This is through its $2bn Climate Pledge Fund

C-Zero raises $34m to build zero-emission natural gas-to-hydrogen pilot plant

The plant will be capable of producing up to 400kg of hydrogen per day from natural gas and is expected to be online in the first quarter of 2023

Global nations and organisations pledge $59m for methane emissions reductions in oil and gas sector

They will support the Global Methane Pledge Energy Pathway, with the funds used to improve methane measurements in the oil and gas industry, identify priority areas for methane mitigation and develop technical assessments for project development, among others

PG&E claims net zero by 2040 – but won’t give up natural gas

The US utility claims it will remove more carbon than it emits by this milestone

Ukraine War could mean a new gas ‘gold rush’

Researchers claim this will lead to a state of ‘irreversible’ global warming

Government invests £31m to slash industry emissions

This funding will be split into low carbon technologies including hydrogen and carbon capture