This research module will build on existing work already completed by OIES with the goal of understanding the key building blocks for a successful business model for investments in a hydrogen economy. The focus will be on the economic, commercial and regulatory aspects of the business case, while understanding the main technical issues, and will involve a broad evaluation of regional developments, corporate activity and specific project examples (Research Leader: Martin Lambert).
The world’s shipping fleet is responsible for approximately 0.9 Gt of CO2 emissions annually, around 2.9 per cent of the world’s man-made emissions. Under an IEA ‘business as usual’ scenario, this is forecast to rise to almost 1.7 Gt per year by 2050. The industry’s principal regulatory body, the International Maritime Organization (IMO), aims to […]
The appetite for a ‘hydrogen market’ has been growing in the past year or two and is often called a ‘market’ by governments, regulators and other energy industry players. The question is what ‘hydrogen market’ are they referring to as there is currently no such market established? In this podcast, David Ledesma talks to Patrick […]
As the world’s largest integrated energy and chemicals company, Saudi Aramco continues to invest in technologies and innovative business models to enable the sustainable use of hydrocarbon resources across the value chain. In this podcast David Ledesma discusses with Yasser Mufti, Vice President Strategy & Market Analysis, Saudi Aramco about Saudi Aramco’s perspectives on hydrogen, […]
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