Borr Drilling, Lhyfe, Aquaterra to make green North Sea hydrogen

The three companies have signed an agreement to create a "pioneering" solution for green hydrogen production at sea.

Photo: Lhyfe, Borr Drilling, Aquaterra Energy

A new project going by the name of Haldane aims to make green hydrogen on an industrial scale using an electrolysis system installed upon a converted jack-up rig in the North Sea.

Haldane's backers include French hydrogen outfit Lhyfe, British Aquaterra Energy as Norwegian-Bermudan Borr Drilling.

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