June 2021, Vol. 248, No. 6


Gas Industry Responds to Climate Change, Readies Transition

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor   In the midst of winter this year, a panel of academics and energy industry experts gathered online with Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy to map out pathways for making and using hydrogen.    They carried on a wide-ranging internet discussion on the role that natural gas transportation and distribution systems could play in the early phases of the hydrogen economy.   The discussion was led by the center’s senior research scholar Erin Blanton, who moderated a panel of university and industry experts.    They outlined how hydrogen can be made and used today to spur economic growth and rapid decarbonization

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