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- Rod Christie
Although the oil and gas industry has been involved in carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) development for over 50 years, only a handful of large-scale projects have been deployed. Hub CCUS has emerged as a promising pathway to accelerate deployment and enable the oil and gas industry to transition toward a low-carbon energy future. What is driving this new development approach? How are stakeholders adapting to support hub deployment? How will the commercial landscape evolve to reap the value of CCUS hubs?
Blue hydrogen is the largest source of lower-carbon hydrogen today and will play a significant role in future hydrogen provision. What are the developments in “blue” technology? Is “blue hydrogen” set to be “green”?
The prospects for scaling up zero- and low-carbon hydrogen supply is attracting significant attention from policymakers and the investment community. With such multifaceted competition within this space, how will grey versus blue versus green production play out? What are some potential green business models? How will export competition and end-use competition unfold?