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US Pipeline Giants Explore Hydrogen Blending

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The US is expected to see an acceleration in clean hydrogen development in the coming years following the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, which includes a generous tax credit for production of the fuel. Williams and TC Energy, two of the largest natural gas pipeline operators in North America, are already exploring ways to transport the fuel in line with the projected uptick in demand. One of those methods is blending hydrogen with natural gas. By blending a small percentage of hydrogen into the natural gas stream, shippers could use existing natural gas pipelines to transport it across the continent, instead of building new hydrogen pipelines.

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Hydrogen, Low-Carbon Policy, Emerging Technologies, Corporate Strategy , Midstream Companies
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