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© HyTerra

HyTerra, Natural Hydrogen Energy to kick off testing at Nebraska, US project site

US-based HyTerra and Natural Hydrogen Energy (NH2E) have announced testing operations are set to commence next month (February 2023) at a natural hydrogen production project in Nebraska, US.

The project concerns what some describe as ‘white’ hydrogen, which is ‘naturally occurring’ geological hydrogen found in underground deposits and released through processes such as fracking, for example.

Despite offering what is considered ‘zero-carbon’ hydrogen, this ‘white’ shade of the gas cannot generally be easily captured and questions will also be raised as to the clean or zero-carbon credentials of the product given that it is tied to a geological drilling process or in the worst-case scenario, to fracking itself.

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