Hyundai Oilbank looks to expand hydrogen footprint, cut refining portfolio
S&P Global Platts - 31 Aug 2021
From setting up separators for fuel cells to expanding the retail fuel network, South Korea’s Hyundai Oilbank is pushing ahead with its hydrogen investment plans, joining a growing list of refiners in Asia who are looking to diversify their portfolio and make cleaner fuels a part of their energy mix.
Asia too alluring for Middle East oil producers to drop the ball on hydrogen
S&P Global Platts - 15 Mar 2021
The fast-changing energy need of Asian oil importers is prompting Middle Eastern oil producers to accelerate their hydrogen efforts to ensure they can supply both oil and hydrogen to their biggest customers, a strategic push to prevent losing out a part of their future business to potential exporters like Australia.
Asia’s hydrogen sector may have lessons to draw from Adani-Snam deal
S&P Global Platts - 09 Nov 2020
Singapore — The move by India’s Adani Group to seal a strategic deal in the hydrogen space with Italy’s Snam may serve as a wake-up call for other energy firms in the region to increasingly tap the expertise of companies in Europe, where the push toward the carbon-free fuel is moving at a much faster pace than in Asia.
‘Hydrogen Wars’ Pit Europe v. China for $700 Billion Business
Bloomberg Green - 01 Nov 2020
Plans for the Denmark site to be one of the largest for assembling the machines that make hydrogen from electricity were finalized about a year ago. But demand for those electrolyzers is growing so fast that Baden’s now planning to double its size.
Analysis: Asia's maiden hydrogen trade flow routes to feature Australia, northeast Asia
S&P Global Platts - 08 Oct 2020
Singapore — Asia may witness some of the initial hydrogen trade flows from Australia to Japan and South Korea, the two countries in the region that have rolled out long-term plans for the clean fuel, which analysts and market participants said have to be largely met through imports.
S & P Global Platts Commodities Focus Podcast
S&P Global Platts - 27 June 2020
From finding low-cost production methods to creating a transparent price discovery mechanism, hydrogen has a few challenges to overcome to make bigger inroads into leading Asia-Pacific markets, says Edgare Kerkwijk, Board Member of the Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association, in an interview with S&P Global Platts Senior Editor Sambit Mohanty.
South Korea’s hydrogen ambitions propel Hyundai Motor into top gear
S&P Global Platts - 10 June 2020
Singapore — South Korea’s ambitions to make hydrogen a part of its transport fuel mix is garnering support from its auto makers such as Hyundai Motor, as it looks to gain ground in a space that is being hotly pursued by other Asian countries.
China ponders subsidies, cheaper technology for its hydrogen roadmap
S&P Global Platts - 13 May 2020
Singapore — From considering subsidies on fuel cell vehicles to finding ways to encourage consumption in new sectors, China is pushing ahead with plans to make hydrogen a key component in its energy mix as Asia’s leading energy consumer looks to shed its dependence on fossil fuel imports as well as clean up its skies.
Hydrogen association formed in Asia-Pacific
ReNews - 13 Feb 2020
Singapore-based industry body was established by several renewable energy industry executives in the region. Several Asia-based renewable energy industry executives have set up the Asia-Pacific (APAC) Hydrogen Association.The Singapore-based association aims to coordinate international policy, communications, research and analysis and will provide services to support members’ requirements and needs to help their development.
Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association launched
H2 View - 13 Feb 2020
Aiming to become the leading organisation for the hydrogen industry in the Asia Pacific region, the Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association (APAC Hydrogen Association) has been officially launched today. Formed by several industry executives from the renewable energy sector in Asia, the Singapore-based association will coordinate international policy, communications, research and analysis, and will provide services to support members’ requirements and needs to help their development.
Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association launched in Singapore
Renewable Energy Magazine - 13 Feb 2020
The APAC Hydrogen Association will coordinate international policy, communications, research and analysis and will provide services to support members’ requirements and needs to help their development, offering the best networking and learning opportunities in the sector within AsiaPacific. The association has already received strong support from several leading stakeholders in the hydrogen industry and has welcomed several senior executives on its advisory board.
APAC Hydrogen Association launched in Singapore
Renewables Now - 14 Feb 2020
A new organisation dedicated to supporting the hydrogen industry in the Asia Pacific region has been formed this week. The Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association (APAC Hydrogen Association) was set up by industry executives from the renewables sector in Asia. The Singapore-based entity will coordinate international policy, communications, research and analysis. Additionally, the association will provide networking and learning opportunities within APAC, according to an official statement published on Thursday.
Renewables executives launch 'regional first' Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association
ReCharge - 17 Feb 2020
New body aims to co-ordinate activities in region relating to fast-emerging energy transition hot topic. A group of renewables executives has formed the Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association, in a bid to take a leading regional role in the fast-emerging synergies between the sector and the energy transition.