Argentina, Fortescue unveil $8.4bn green hydrogen investment plan

Mining News Pro - Australian mining billionaire Andrew Forrest is planning what could be up to an $8.4 billion “green hydrogen” investment in Argentina, the South American country’s government said on Monday after a meeting between the businessman and President Alberto Fernandez.

Ramaphosa moots possible hydrogen partnership with Namibia as he punts Boegoebaai export hub

Mining News Pro - President Cyril Ramaphosa says South Africa stands ready to be a major exporter of green hydrogen and has described the special economic zone (SEZ) proposed for development at Boegoebaai, in the Northern Cape, as a major step towards realising the country’s potential to be a global leader in green hydrogen and derivative products, such as power fuels.

Fortescue sets Scope 3 targets, hopes green hydrogen will help

Mining News Pro - Iron-ore major Fortescue Metals this week announced a target to achieve net zero Scope 3 emissions by 2040, addressing emissions across its entire global value chain, including crude steel manufacturing which accounts for 98% of the company’s Scope 3 emissions.

Sewer gas could be used to produce clean hydrogen fuel

Mining News Pro - A recent study published in the journal ACS Sustainable Chemical Engineering makes the case for producing hydrogen fuel from hydrogen sulphide, a highly toxic, corrosive and stinky substance commonly called sewer gas.

Common mining waste produces hydrogen at QUT

Mining News Pro - Researchers from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) have found a use for a mining by-product in hydrogen fuel and lithium-ion batteries.

BHP not banking on green hydrogen

Mining News Pro - Diversified giant BHP will not be relying on green hydrogen to meet its decarbonising targets, the miner said on Wednesday.

New hydrogen plant for Rio Tinto’s Yarwun alumina refinery

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto and Sumitomo Corporation are joining forces to explore the construction of a hydrogen pilot plant at Rio Tinto’s Yarwun alumina refinery in Gladstone.

Rio and Sumitomo join forces on hydrogen study

Mining News Pro - Mining major Rio Tinto and Sumitomo will jointly study the construction of a hydrogen pilot plant at Rio’s Yarwun alumina refinery, in Gladstone, and explore the potential use of hydrogen at the refinery.

Rio and Sumitomo join forces on hydrogen study

Mining News Pro - Mining major Rio Tinto and Sumitomo will jointly study the construction of a hydrogen pilot plant at Rio’s Yarwun alumina refinery, in Gladstone, and explore the potential use of hydrogen at the refinery.

OZ Minerals invests in mining’s hydrogen future

Mining News Pro - Seven teams have been selected as finalists for OZ Minerals’ Hydrogen Hypothesis challenge which, through their prospective projects, demonstrate the potential of hydrogen as a safe and effective energy source in the mining sector.

Sasol, IDC team up to stimulate South Africa’s green-hydrogen industry

Mining News Pro - Sasol and the State-owned Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) have signed a memorandum of cooperation to jointly advance South Africa’s green-hydrogen economy.

Ribbon cut at South Australian hydrogen project

Mining News Pro - The Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) on Wednesday formally opened its A$14.5-million hydrogen production facility Hydrogen Park South Australia (HyP SA) and has started blending renewable hydrogen into part of its natural gas distribution network in Adelaide, South Australia.

Major funding boost to three hydrogen projects

Mining News Pro - Australian Renewable Energy Agency (Arena) this week announced the conditional approval of a A$103.3-million investment towards three commercial-scale renewable hydrogen projects, as part of its Renewable Hydrogen Deployment Funding Round.

Mining sector key to kickstarting hydrogen industry

Mining News Pro - Hydrogen is set to play a key role in achieving carbon-neutral mining, an industry that is being touted as a key enabler of the global hydrogen industry, Engie Impact consultant Jasper Schrijvers said during a virtual presentation at this year’s Energy & Mines Africa conference.

AP Ventures makes yet another promising hydrogen investment

Mining News Pro - AP Ventures Fund II focuses on hydrogen and its role in decarbonising energy and this latest investment is set up to contribute to establishing a well-functioning market and value chain for hydrogen in Norway and around the world. ADVERTISEMENT AP Ventures, which has the Public Investment Corporation of South Africa and Anglo American Platinum as its two cornerstone investors, has announced that Nysnø Climate Investments, Equinor Ventures and Yara Growth Ventures have become its first Norwegian Limited Partners in AP Ventures Fund II. Nysnø Climate Investments, Equinor Ventures and Yara Growth Ventures, a Norwegian consortium with Tier 1 investors, is now in a venture fund dedicated to hydrogen, for which Norway is a recognised strategic location. ADVERTISEMENT AP Ventures fund invests in technologies throughout the hydrogen value chain and participation in it offers investors access to innovation and accelerates the development of a new hydrogen economy. “We see significant strategic value in welcoming a Norwegian consortium of Limited Partners. Nysno Climate Investments, Equinor Ventures and Yara Growth Ventures are investors we have known for a long time through our portfolio companies and we are very pleased to have formalised our relationship with them,” AP Ventures founder and partner Kevin Eggers stated in a release to Mining Weekly. “Norway has the potential of leading Europe in the transition to a hydrogen-powered economy and we are excited for the opportunity this partnership will bring to our portfolio,” Eggers added. Hydrogen, which can be generated and converted into electricity with the help of platinum group metals, is a promising energy carrier to reduce emissions from hard-to-abate sectors, like industrial processes and long-haul transport. Bloomberg New Energy Finance estimates that clean hydrogen could account for 24%t of global energy demand by 2050, up from 2% in 2020. Following the commitments from Nysnø Climate Investments, Equinor Ventures and Yara Growth Ventures, AP Ventures’ total assets under management are $344-million. Besides the two cornerstone investors, other existing investors include South Africa’s platinum group metals producer Implats, the Mirai Creation Fund, Mitsubishi Corporation, Pavilion Capital, Plastic Omnium and Sumitomo Corporation. “We look forward to collaborating with knowledgeable investors in the hydrogen space, bringing deep industry insight to a value chain that is especially exciting for Norway. AP Ventures mobilises private capital to build up an ecosystem for hydrogen globally and offers Norwegian companies access to a larger global market," Nysnø Climate Investments CIO Eivind Egeland Olsen stated in the release. PARTNERSHIP OF STRATEGIC VALUE “Our ambition is to grow new business opportunities that enable a green transition in energy intensive industries, such as fertiliser production, and in shipping. Investing in startups that drive innovation throughout the clean hydrogen value chain is a key focus area for us. “We’re excited to join AP Ventures and work closely with our partners to make the clean hydrogen revolution a reality,” Yara Growth Ventures head Erkki Aaltonen stated. Yara Growth Ventures is the venture capital arm of Yara International ASA, focusing on investing in startups and as a Limited Partner in VC funds. “Equinor’s ambition is to reach net-zero emissions by 2050 and an important tool for success is to develop profitable value chains for carbon capture and storage and hydrogen. In order to develop such value chains, we need to work together with partners. The investment in AP Ventures will help us explore and expand our knowledge of hydrogen solutions that can play a role in the energy transition. We look forward to working closely with AP Ventures and other partners to create real impact,” said Equinor Ventures VP Gareth Burns. By investing in AP Ventures, Nysnø Climate Investments, Equinor Ventures and Yara Growth Ventures contribute to developing companies and technologies that build a hydrogen economy with less emissions, which contributes towards climate change mitigation. AP Ventures other investments in pioneering new technologies and businesses which aim to solve global challenges include investments in Altergy Systems, C-Zero, ERGOSUP, Greyrock Energy, Hazer Group, HPNow, HRS, HyET Hydrogen, Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies, Hystar, Infinium, Insplorion, Plug Power, Starfire Energy, and ZEG Power. All these companies either utilise or enable the use of platinum group metals.

Anglo explores PGMs-based tech to simplify hydrogen storage in electric vehicles

Mining News Pro - Diversified mining and marketing company Anglo American, through its platinum group metals (PGMs) business Anglo American Platinum, is partnering with Umicore to research and develop technology that has the potential to transform the way hydrogen can be stored and used to power fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).

Anglo explores PGMs-based tech to simplify hydrogen storage in electric vehicles

Mining News Pro - Diversified mining and marketing company Anglo American, through its platinum group metals (PGMs) business Anglo American Platinum, is partnering with Umicore to research and develop technology that has the potential to transform the way hydrogen can be stored and used to power fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).

Hydra Consortium wants heavy-duty mining equipment to run on renewable hydrogen

Mining News Pro - Mining3, a research organization focused on the mining industry, and Engie, a global player in low-carbon energy, announced the starting of operations of the Hydra Consortium, a joint effort aimed at promoting the use of hydrogen fuel cell-based powertrain for heavy-duty mobility within the mining sector.

Cabinet expected to approve Hydrogen Society Roadmap by early 2022 at latest

Mining News Pro - South Africa’s Hydrogen Society Roadmap (HSRM) will be presented for Cabinet approval either before the end of the year or early next year and should outline how the country’s resource advantages should be leveraged to produce green hydrogen, as well as to integrate hydrogen-related technologies, such as fuel cells, into various sectors of the economy.

Scientists’ insight to move the hydrogen mobility needle a notch

Mining News Pro - New research by scientists with the US Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory lends insight that could be used to design new materials for making renewable fuels and storing energy.

Giant copper mines start to get serious about green hydrogen

Mining News Pro - All the talk about how green hydrogen will help heavy industries kick their fossil fuel habit is starting to turn into action in the biggest copper-producing nation.

Giant copper mines start to get serious about green hydrogen

Mining News Pro - All the talk about how green hydrogen will help heavy industries kick their fossil fuel habit is starting to turn into action in the biggest copper-producing nation.

Pure forms methane/hydrogen JV

Mining News Pro - Pure Hydrogen has inked a joint venture (JV) agreement with Synergen Met to manufacture hydrogen and carbon products.

First hydrogen and movement by third quarter

Mining News Pro - Anglo American Platinum executive head: project and environment Prakashim Moodliar has outlined what the company refers to as its smart power project, which is the development of the hydrogen fuel cell and battery-powered module, retrofitted on to a large haul truck, for deployment at the Mogalakwena platinum group metals (PGMs) mine in Limpopo.

Forrest takes on Musk in hydrogen versus EVs debate

Mining News Pro - Iron ore billionaire Andrew Forrest is taking on Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk in his quest to promote green hydrogen as a game changer in the clean-energy transition.

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