June 2022, Vol. 249, No. 6


Hydrogen Blending Well into Climate Change Discussion

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor  The venerable international energy conference, CERAWeek, returned as a live, week-long venue in Houston the second week of March, touting its usual lineup of speakers from around the globe and its topics from A to Z in the energy space.    Notable was the fact that among this vast array of subject matter were 10 separate programs devoted to hydrogen, covering three of the conference’s five days. Discussions featured various questions about hydrogen’s mobility, adaptability, flexibility and safety as a substitute for diesel in transportation and for natural gas in homes and businesses.   Meanwhile, as CERAWeek ploughed throug

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