Hydrogen News Articles
Salt Could Play Key Role in Energy Transition
February 21, 2023
A recent study released by UT Austin’s Bureau of Economic Geology found that underground salt deposits could play a key role in the energy transition. Knowledge from exploration and mining and decades of data and research on hydrocarbons could enable energy transition technologies such as hydrogen storage and CO2 sequestration.
Hydrogen's Place in an Increasingly Connected Energy Web Shows Need for Regulatory Change
January 13, 2023
New research from UT Austin suggests capturing the potential profits and jobs offered by a growing hydrogen industry may need as much innovation in regulatory agencies as it does in the research laboratories.
UT Energy Institute partners with global oil companies to research sustainable energy
January 26, 2023
The UT Energy Institute is partnering with ExxonMobil, Shell, ConocoPhillips and Chevron to fund research plans that focus on sustainable energy and clean hydrogen.
Texas project to use wind to make fuel from water
January 11, 2023
Hugh Daigle, an associate professor of petroleum and geosystems engineering, and Michael Lewis, a researcher with the University of Texas Center for Electromechanics, spoke with the Houston Chronicle on hydrogen car facilities and development.
Houston-area coalition bidding for hydrogen hub designation from U.S. Department of Energy
January 4, 2023
The HyVelocity Hub is applying for federal funding and a designation as a regional hydrogen energy hub. GTI Energy, The Center for Houston’s Future, UT Austin, Air Liquide, and Chevron are among the founding members of the HyVelocity Hub.
Houston effort to host HyVelocity hydrogen hub gets U.S. push
January 3, 2023
The HyVelocity Hub, a coalition of private and public groups, are hoping a federal designation and funding will help expand the industry. GTI Energy, The Center for Houston’s Future, UT Austin, Air Liquide, and Chevron are among the founding members of the HyVelocity Hub.