Net Zero Transition: Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers

Author Argus

Hydrogen gas is diffuse, making transportation out of pipelines impractical. This poses a particular barrier to trans-oceanic hydrogen trade, where the race is on between competing technologies, each aiming to be the ‘carrier’ of choice in the hydrogen economy.

All the candidates are liquid: hydrogen, ammonia and Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHCs). Leading LOHC experts Osamu Ikeda of Chiyoda Corporation and Dr Andreas Lehmann of Hydrogenious join Tim Hard of Argus to discuss use cases, future projects and parts of their value chain being targeted to enhance efficiencies for transportation of hydrogen.

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