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  • Hydrogen Likely End Users

    September 6th, 2023

    The most likely end users of hydrogen: directly as a fuel burned in place of current fuels e.g., natural gas, feed to fuel cells, and the production of green ammonia and green methanol.

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  • Hydrogen – Storage Options

    June 20th, 2023

    Hydrogen Storage Options In this the fourth of five short blogs , we will address, again without going deeply into the weeds, the options for the storage of hydrogen.  Hydrogen can be stored as a gas at high pressures or as a liquid at very low temperatures or in the form of a liquid hydrogen...

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  • Hydrogen – Transportation Options

    March 30th, 2023

    There is considerable discussion in the literature about the options for the transport of hydrogen. It can be transported by truck or rail as either a liquid or gas; by ship as a liquid; by pipeline either pure or blended with natural gas; or by using a hydrogen carrier e.g., ammonia, methanol,...

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  • Hydrogen – How Does It Compare to Natural Gas and Ammonia?

    January 18th, 2023

    In this second of five short blogs we will address, again without going deeply into the weeds, the comparative characteristics of hydrogen to understand its place and ranking as an alternative fuel for the future.

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  • A World Without Gas Stations

    October 20th, 2022

    Electric Vehicles (EVs) are here to stay and will become the new normal. We are well on our way to a world without gas stations.

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  • Hydrogen – What’s It All About?

    October 3rd, 2022

    Are you seeing the almost endless volume of articles, press releases, and webinars on hydrogen and the coming hydrogen economy and somewhat confused by it all?  Hopefully, this summary will help provide clarity without going too deeply into the weeds. Why the interest in hydrogen? The drive for...

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