Shell-Led Consortium to Demonstrate Feasibility of Large-Scale Liquid Hydrogen Storage

This is a largely untapped field with potential for advancing the global commercialization of hydrogen as an accessible, affordable and low carbon energy commodity.

Hart Energy Staff

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has selected a consortium of public, private and academic experts led by Shell International Exploration and Production Inc., a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell plc, to pioneer an ambitious path to enable large-scale liquid hydrogen (LH2) storage for international trade applications, the company said on Oct. 13.

This is a largely untapped field with potential for advancing the global commercialization of hydrogen as an accessible, affordable and low carbon energy commodity.

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