Posts Tagged ‘CCS’

Green Hydrogen

The Green Hydrogen, not to be confused with the Grey Hydrogen and the Blue Hydrogen, is the production of Hydrogen from water (H20) splitting.
The Green Hydrogen production is based on the water Electrolysis. Meaning, the electricity injected in the liquid is going to separate the water molecule into hydrogen and oxygen.

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Blue Hydrogen

Blue Hydrogen, not to be confused with Grey Hydrogen and Green Hydrogen, is an hybrid concept targeting to decarbonize today hydrogen production.
The concept of what is called Blue Hydrogen is a combination of a Grey Hydrogen plant with a facility of Carbon Capture.

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Project Smart Explorer is turning Green

Aware our customers play a main role in the energy transition, we have built the expertise and the according database to help them in this perspective.

From now on, Project Smart Explorer will not only over the Oil & Gas and Petrochemical but also the projects of Renewable Energy and Decarbonization.

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Fluor in brief

Fluor takes on the toughest challenges Founded in 1912 in Santa Ana, California, as a construction company, Fluor […]

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ADNOC ready to use CO² injection to boost oil and save gas

Carbon dioxide injection to boost Adma-Opco oil fields Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (Adma-Opco) is Abu Dhabi National Oil […]

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Saudi Aramco to invest $25 billion in Red Sea oil and gas

Aramco to develop deep water exploration and production Saudi Aramco plans to produce natural gas this decade off […]

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GE and Shenua join expertise for Cleaner Coal technology

Two leaders build energy Market Leadership with coal gasification Shenua Group (Shenua), from China, and GE, from USA, […]

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Total & Petronas to challenge CO² in K5 gas field

K5 is located about 230km from Bintulu, in water depth of 80 metres. Discovered in 1970, K5 is a sour […]

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“CCS”

Definition: “CCS” stands for Capture Compression and Sequestration. This operation is directly related to the Carbone Dioxide (CO²). […]

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