How Saudi Arabia Is Putting Its Climate-Change Commitments Into Action

Visitors flying into Riyadh, Saudi Arabia’s capital, cannot refrain from noticing the city’s mosaic of parks and gardens. Despite the fact that its terrain is mostly desert, Saudi Arabia has put a lot of effort in recent years to maintain and preserve its biodiversity. Crown Prince Mohammed initiated the environmental measures last year. They include… Continue reading How Saudi Arabia Is Putting Its Climate-Change Commitments Into Action

Oman and Saudi Arabia Have Signed an Energy Cooperation Agreement

The Sultanate of Oman and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia signed an energy Memorandum of Understanding. The signing took place on the convention floor of the COP27, which Egypt was hosting. The agreement intends to provide a framework for the two sides’ energy cooperation. It promotes collaboration in a variety of fields, including oil, gas,… Continue reading Oman and Saudi Arabia Have Signed an Energy Cooperation Agreement

Oman Aims to Invest $140 Billion in the Sustainable Hydrogen Industry

On Sunday, the Sultanate of Oman launched its ambitious Green Hydrogen Strategy. The program anticipates investing $140 billion in a future low-carbon energy economy. The Ministry also approved the formation of HYDROM, a unique hydrogen-centric energy firm that would supervise the country’s ambition for the development of a green hydrogen-based future economy. The statements were… Continue reading Oman Aims to Invest $140 Billion in the Sustainable Hydrogen Industry

Oman to Hold a Public Auction for the First Green Hydrogen Land Plots

The Sultanate of Oman’s hydrogen-centric energy firm, Hydrom, has formally begun the first phase of public auctions of site licenses for the construction of green hydrogen facilities. According to a tweet from the company, Hydrom’s first round of public auctions should begin on November 6th. Since Oman’s green hydrogen plan was unveiled, interested foreign investors… Continue reading Oman to Hold a Public Auction for the First Green Hydrogen Land Plots

The Green Hydrogen Sector in Oman Is the Most Developed

Oman has the longest portfolio of green hydrogen developments in the GCC, as well as the best and most accurate strategy for the sector in recent years. It hopes to reach 30 gigatonnes of electrolyzer capacity by 2040, highlighting the nation’s sun, wind, and land supplies, as well as access to prospective markets and helpful… Continue reading The Green Hydrogen Sector in Oman Is the Most Developed

Omani Officials Plan to Boost Green Hydrogen Production to 1.25 Million Tonnes per Year

Oman intends to supply one million tons of hydrogen by 2030. To achieve its goal of becoming one of the world’s greatest green hydrogen generators, the country has established Hydrom, a wholly-owned subsidiary of EDO SAOC. Hydrom is a regulatory agency within Oman’s Ministry of Energy and Minerals. The company’s role entails the segmentation of… Continue reading Omani Officials Plan to Boost Green Hydrogen Production to 1.25 Million Tonnes per Year

Oman Has Begun the First Round of Bidding for Green Hydrogen Licenses

Oman has announced its first green hydrogen bidding in an attempt to meet its 2030 target of generating one million tonnes of hydrogen as well as its variants. The tenders, which were announced on Sunday, would result in the sultanate giving up to six land plots on which businesses can create fully integrated green hydrogen… Continue reading Oman Has Begun the First Round of Bidding for Green Hydrogen Licenses

Oman Will Grant 47-Year Land Permits for Green Hydrogen Initiatives

According to top officials, operators of green hydrogen facilities in the Sultanate of Oman will be eligible for 47-year land concessions, among other perks. Registrations for the open tender procedure, on which land grants of roughly 320 square kilometers each would be based, began earlier this week, according to Eng Abdulaziz al Shidhani. The ministry… Continue reading Oman Will Grant 47-Year Land Permits for Green Hydrogen Initiatives

Diesel Engines Tweaked to Use Hydrogen Fuel

In the coming decade, states and countries will outlaw the sale of gasoline engines. While this is a positive beginning, there is still a need to substantially develop technologies that can substitute long-haul vehicles that perform heavy work throughout sectors. Engineers at the University of New South Wales have successfully converted a diesel motor to… Continue reading Diesel Engines Tweaked to Use Hydrogen Fuel

A Memorandum of Understanding Was Signed to Encourage Renewable Energy Research and Innovation

Marafiq and GUtech signed a Memorandum of Understanding to explore potential collaboration in the areas of research and development, education, and innovations in renewable energy initiatives and water technology. Abdullah Al Hashimi signed the Memorandum of Understanding. The MoU calls for the parties to work together to encourage innovation, exploration, and development initiatives involving GUtech… Continue reading A Memorandum of Understanding Was Signed to Encourage Renewable Energy Research and Innovation