Tag: hydrogen

Dr Stefan Kaufmann joins thyssenkrupp as an adviser

Dr Stefan Kaufmann will serve as an adviser to thyssenkrupp regarding all cross-business hydrogen activities and projects and represent the company nationally and internationally in all matters related to hydrogen.

Improving wear and galling in hydrogen applications

With a mass fraction of about 70%, hydrogen is the most common chemical element in the universe.

SCZONE signs an MoU with H2 Industries

The General Authority for Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZONE) signed a memorandum of understanding with H2-Industries Inc. to build a new Waste-to-Hydrogen facility at...

Namibia reports the progress made with Hyphen

The Namibian Government reported on the progress made with respect to Namibia’s first large-scale vertically integrated green hydrogen project, with Hyphen Hydrogen Energy (Hyphen). Namibia’s...

Choosing materials for solid-state hydrogen storage – a guidance framework

Solid-state hydrogen storage systems based on metallic materials which chemically absorb large amounts of hydrogen under moderate pressure and temperature and then release them...

Tubes, pipes and fittings in a changed world*

Changes and challenges affecting the tubes, pipes and fittings industry after a global pandemic and geopolitical tensions.

Black & Veatch provide EPC for a hydrogen hub in Utah

Black & Veatch announced that it has been selected by Mitsubishi Power Americas and Magnum Development to provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services...

Olin Corporation signs an MOU with Plug Power Inc.

Olin Corporation and Plug Power Inc. announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the intention to create a joint venture (JV)...

Addressing the challenge of hydrogen embrittlement in metallurgy

Addressing the challenge of hydrogen embrittlement in metallurgy

Hydrogen in metallurgy

The use of hydrogen in the steel making process is an important topic affecting manufacturers around the globe.