North America's decarbonization progress has 'blind spots': Siemens By Brandon Mulder, S&P Global (Jan. 23, 2023) “However, the idea that blending hydrogen in natural gas pipelines is a natural fit was recently challenged by the … [Read more...] about North America’s decarbonization progress has ‘blind spots’: Siemens
Hydrogen blending is not viable in most pipeline systems - report By Tom DiChristopher, SP Global (Jan. 19, 2023) "Accufacts and the Pipeline Safety Trust recommended that regulators prohibit hydrogen blending in distribution … [Read more...] about Hydrogen blending is not viable in most pipeline systems – report
Hydrogen, promoted by many in both government and industry as a game-changing fuel source to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions, is taking center stage in 2023. A once nascent hydrogen industry is beginning to emerge following a substantial … [Read more...] about Can We Safely Move Hydrogen through Gas Pipelines?
Hydrogen in pipelines: A 'dangerous experiment?' By David Iaconangelo, E&E News (Jan. 18, 2023) "Given hydrogen's propensity to leak and its added safety risks, we really need to be careful and asking what kind of projects is it … [Read more...] about Hydrogen in pipelines: A ‘dangerous experiment?’
PHMSA readies work on 'ambitious' set of rules By Chris Knight, Argus Media (Dec. 2, 2022) "That's an ambitious list, especially when you compare it to what we've done in the past," Brown said in New Orleans, Louisiana, at a … [Read more...] about PHMSA readies work on ‘ambitious’ set of rules
The American Petroleum Institute (API) recently released a report on the potential role Blue Hydrogen could play in a future low-carbon economy. Blue Hydrogen is the process of producing hydrogen from natural gas, whose dominant … [Read more...] about API Releases Report on the Potential Role of Blue Hydrogen in the US Energy Market