PE Media Network Interactive Dashboard

PE Media Network has launched Version 2 of the Interactive Hydrogen Dashboard to cater to the burgeoning demand for independent analysis of the developing hydrogen economy.

Hydrogen is expected to be at the heart of the energy industry’s efforts to achieve net-zero emissions over the coming decades. The new visual information tool will shed light on the business strategies behind the buildout of the sector and detail each step of the creation of the international hydrogen economy.

The PE Maps team has been the leading cartographic authority for the oil and gas industry for many years and is utilising this experience to create a visual representation of the hydrogen economy.

The Interactive Hydrogen Dashboard is a comprehensive source of information on dedicated hydrogen projects and hydrogen-related facilities. The web-based platform allows individuals to access the latest project data, such as facility status and ownership details, as well as detailed explanations of processes and other critical pieces of information.

The dashboard can be opened via the tab on the top menu or by clicking the button below:

The Interactive Hydrogen Dashboard is produced by PE Maps in association with Hydrogen Economist and Global Energy Infrastructure

Hydrogen Economist is a global digital-only channel of interest to leaders in the oil and gas sector as well as all stakeholders involved in the burgeoning hydrogen economy. The readership is drawn from operators, engineering and services, government, finance, consultancies, law firms and academia—with a firm bias towards the C-suite, senior management and partner level.

Project data and market intelligence is consolidated in the Global Energy Infrastructure (GEI) website for easy access. GEI carries project data and the latest news for refining, petrochemicals, LNG, oil and gas pipelines, renewables, and hydrogen. All data covers the global marketplace. All data is updated on a continuous basis, and includes status, scope, project description, and other essential data. GEI data is used by the world’s largest energy companies and suppliers to track projects around the world. Used by both business development and market analysts, a comprehensive view and intelligence of the global energy market gives users an advantage in winning new business and understanding trends in important market segments.

What is hydrogen?


Climate change and air quality concerns have pushed clean energy up the global agenda. As we make the switch to new, cleaner technologies and fuels, our experiences of using power, heat and transport are going to change, transforming the way we live, work and get from A to B.

Is this to be the end of the fossil fuel era?

As we transition to reduce greenhouse gas emissions increased use of hydrogen will be one potential option.

So why hydrogen?
  • Hydrogen makes no SOx or particulate matter at the point of use. In fuel cell applications, it also makes no NOx.
  • The advantage of using hydrogen as an energy carrier is that, when it combines with oxygen, the only byproducts are water and heat.
  • No greenhouse gases are produced. So when made with low-carbon electricity or CCS, it also reduces CO2.

  • Hydrogen is a fundamental chemical element – one of life’s building blocks. It is the simplest and most abundant element on earth. Finding naturally occurring hydrogen is very rare, however, as it is highly reactive and forms chemical bonds with many other elements. As a result, there are huge amounts of hydrogen bound up in common substances, such as water, methane and propane.

    Why now for hydrogen?

    Hydrogen has had many false starts over the past 50 years, but the time may finally be right.
    • The world’s largest oil & gas companies are investigating ways to cut emissions
    • Nations are examining ways to make cuts in emissions and address public sentiment
    • Banks and other financial institutions want to be associated with lower carbon projects