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In my comment piece last month, I encouraged all of our readers to sign up for a free subscription to our new magazine, Global Hydrogen Review. As you read through this issue of Hydrocarbon Engineering – which is full of articles exploring the important role that technology has to play in helping to decarbonise the energy industry and support the hydrogen economy – you will see why this rapidly expanding sector of the industry requires a global publication that is dedicated to its advancement.

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Although Hydrocarbon Engineering will continue to regularly feature articles on the topic of hydrogen – and its ‘blue’ variant, in particular – Global Hydrogen Review will be devoted to the entire spectrum of hydrogen production and applications. Its mission is to provide a platform for communicating the latest innovations in technology that will enable the hydrogen industry to thrive.

The inaugural issue is out now, and features articles from leading experts in the sector, including PwC, Shell Catalysts & Technologies, Nel Hydrogen, ROSEN, Air Products, Technip Energies, Honeywell Process Solutions, Chart Industries, and many more.

If you’d like to receive a regular copy of Global Hydrogen Review direct to your inbox, you can sign up for a free subscription by visiting:

And in other exciting news, I’m pleased to announce that the second edition of our annual virtual conference dedicated to the sulfur industry – SulfurCon 2022 – will return on 29 June. In addition to providing an outlook for the global sulfur market, SulfurCon will include a series of expert presentations covering the latest innovations in sulfur technology and services for the hydrocarbon processing sector.

We have an excellent line-up of expert speakers, including Comprimo, Independent Commodity Intelligence Services (ICIS), Merichem, Howden and Malvern Panalytical. You will also have the chance to put your questions to our speakers in live Q&A sessions, as well as visit our virtual exhibition booths and network with other delegates throughout the conference.

To join us for this virtual conference, simply head over to to reserve your free space. And if you’re unable to join us live on 29 June, we’ve got you covered. Sign up to attend, and we’ll send you a copy of all of the presentations after the show, direct to your inbox.

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