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A Major Existential Threat Is Arising For Natural Gas

OilPrice.com Monday, 17 June 2019
Two recent explosions at hydrogen fueling stations may have soured the fuel’s reputation, but there is increasingly optimistic sentiment for it, with two reports last week claiming it will have an important role to play in the energy mix of tomorrow. One of these, led by the UK Institution of Engineering and Technology, said hydrogen could come to replace natural gas as a fuel for heating in the country. “We are now in a position to seriously consider the viability of using hydrogen in the UK’s gas grid for use by homes and businesses…
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