Global Hydrogen Flows: Five questions answered

With the release in the last few hours (Wednesday 5) of the Hydrogen Council’s Global Hydrogen Flows report, we have a new vision unveiled in how the hydrogen society can best begin to be realised.

The report finds that optimising global hydrogen trade flows could reduce investment costs by $6 trillion across the supply chain, while accelerating the energy transition.

More than 40 prospective trade routes are identified for hydrogen or hydrogen equivalent derivatives, with the capacity to transport more than one million tonnes per year by ship or pipeline.

Daryl Wilson, Executive Director of the Hydrogen Council, told H2 View it is as much this direction around infrastructure requirements as the staggering figures outlined that is the key finding from the report – and the big reveal in terms of the bigger picture in hydrogen going forward.

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