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Gulf Energy Information introduces hydrogen data with new platform

Gulf Energy Information—a provider of media, technical information and market intelligence services for the international energy industry—launched Global Energy Infrastructure (GEI), a comprehensive new dataset covering projects across the energy industry.

The service equips subscribers with detailed project data for key industry segments, including hydrogen, renewable energy, downstream, midstream, and LNG.

GEI’s hydrogen data includes details on more than 1,300 locations throughout the globe and consists of both large-scale projects and downstream hydrogen utilization. The service will cover Green, Blue Brown, Grey, Yellow, and Turquoise along with designations for transportation, industry, biomass, and research.


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