Fresh from its rebranding from Qatar Petroleum, the newly named QatarEnergy has signed up with Anglo-Dutch major Shell to develop blue and green hydrogen facilities in the UK. The 19 October announcement comes barely a week before the UK hosts the UN Climate Change Conference known as COP26.

The agreement contains little detail, with the two firms merely agreeing to “target integrated and scalable opportunities in key sectors where hydrogen could help decarbonize, especially around industrial cluster development and also for the transport sector, with a focus on the London metropolitan area.” (CONTINUED - 234 WORDS)