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March 2024

In this issue of Global Hydrogen Review, discover the latest advances in electrolyser technology and the importance of project financing in driving the growth of the hydrogen economy. Additional features also explore how pipelines can be adapted for hydrogen transportation and an exclusive regional report focusing on the hydrogen market in Asia.

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Asia’s hydrogen landscape: is the region slipping behind?
Flor De la Cruz, Wood Mackenzie, discusses the state of the hydrogen market in Asia and how the region can catch up with developments in Europe and the US.

Adapting in a new era
Conrad Purcell, Haynes and Boone LLP, UK, provides a review of the issues arising from adapting existing hydrocarbon infrastructure for use with hydrogen.

Hy standards – part one
In the first part of a two part article, Justin Distler and Vince Mazzoni, Black & Veatch, discuss the ongoing development of safety codes and standards to mitigate the unique risks associated with hydrogen and its production systems.

Financing a hydrogen future – the good, the bad and the ugly
With only around 9% of new green hydrogen projects under construction or having reached final investment decision (FID) stage, Nadim Chaudhry, World Hydrogen Leaders, takes a look at the challenges and likely pathways to drive the industry forward.

Building investor trust in hydrogen projects
Lauren Davies, Andrew Nealon, Alistair Wishart and Garrett Finch, Vinson and Elkins, explain the role of project financing in the development of low-carbon hydrogen projects.

Changing the game for decarbonised hydrogen projects
Justin Schaeffer and Mario Graca, Shell Catalysts & Technologies, discuss how new legislation that incentivises lowering the carbon intensity of produced hydrogen may warrant a reassessment of projects.

Mega-scale hydrogen decarbonisation is in reach
Adam Samir Kadhim and Nitesh Bansal, Topsoe, consider the possibilities for mega-scale decarbonisation via diverse low-carbon hydrogen methods.

A smooth transition
Raj Melkote, Bayotech, explains how utilising renewable natural gas as feedstock in steam methane reforming (SMR) can enable the production of net-zero carbon hydrogen.

Powering the CO2 countdown
Yanling Wu, Ganesh Venimadhavan and Bhargav Sharma, Honeywell Connected Enterprise, alongside Tim Ballai, Honeywell UOP, explain how simulation tools can help to accelerate innovation in clean hydrogen project development.

Scaling up to meet anticipated demand
Todd Cartwright, Nel Hydrogen, discusses why electrolyser equipment needs to range from small containerised systems to large capacity plants in order to meet varying market needs.

Revolutionising PEM electrolysers
Magnus Thomassen, Hystar, Norway, highlights the importance of innovation in scaling green hydrogen production.

The importance of decentralisation
Andrea Pusceddu, IMI Critical Engineering, outlines why decentralised hydrogen production will be key in decarbonising the transport and logistics sector.

Fulfilling the promise of green hydrogen

Soufien Taamallah, Electric Hydrogen, and Luiz Soriano, Neuman & Esser, explain the importance of collaboration between electrolyser OEMs and compressor OEMs in driving industrial scale decarbonisation.

Under pressure
Derrick Bauer, Ebara Elliott Energy, considers the challenges associated with the compression and transportation of high-pressure hydrogen through existing pipelines.

The move to blue
John Anderton, Atmos International, discusses the rise of blue hydrogen and the important role of pipeline simulation.

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