Net Zero Transition: Tradeable hydrogen markets

Author Argus

How will a global tradeable market for hydrogen develop? What measures do stakeholders need to take? Is natural gas the closest analogue?

Doug Wood, European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET) Board Member and Chair of its Gas Committee, and Matthew Drinkwater, Senior Editor Argus Natural Gas/LNG, join Tim Hard, SVP Energy Transition at Argus, to discuss what a tradeable market for hydrogen will look like.

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