Vallourec joins the Dii Desert Energy Initiative to develop hydrogen value chain in MENA

Vallourec, a world leader in premium tubular solutions, announces its effective membership in Dii Desert Energy, a global organization dedicated to energy in the desert regions of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Consequently, the Group also joins the MENA Hydrogen Alliance, a collaborative network committed to developing green hydrogen projects across this region.

Created in 2020 by Dii Desert Energy, the MENA Hydrogen Alliance supports initiatives aimed at developing the hydrogen value chain. It brings together private and public industrial players as well as scientists and academics to stimulate the growth of the green hydrogen market.

The network serves as a valuable resource for the entire hydrogen ecosystem, including providing expert guidance, developing feasibility studies, structuring R&D projects, and facilitating roundtable discussions. Additionally, the Alliance offers a platform for partners to connect and meet.

Vallourec’s membership reflects its unwavering commitment to reducing emissions and promoting low-carbon energy solutions alongside international partners.

As part of the Dii Partner Meeting, taking place in France from June 5 to 7, Vallourec is hosting 27 members of the organization for a visit to its R&D facilities, as well as the demonstrator of its Delphy hydrogen storage solution. This visit, organized today, will showcase Vallourec’s expertise and innovative, sustainable solutions in the hydrogen sector. Vallourec’s membership in the MENA Hydrogen Alliance underscores its ambition to further strengthen its industrial and commercial performance in New Energies.

“We are honored to join a network of leading industry players in the MENA region. This collaboration reinforces our commitment to the energy transition and empowers us to support the development of hydrogen in a key, high-potential region where we have a strong presence,” says Vincent Designolle.

Engr. Haseeb Ullah

Haseeb covers the global energy market for both conventional and modern energy resources. His expertise is on the global energy supply chain from generation to distribution and end-users. He has a Master degree in Engineering Management and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.
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