Houston has long maintained the title as the world’s energy epicenter. But, as the oil and gas sector enters the energy transition, the region must be proactive in securing its lead in creating a low-carbon future.

This goal isn’t far-fetched considering Houston’s position as a leading hydrogen producer. But, there is still room to pioneer new ways of producing hydrogen as well as expanding into new applications and uses for it, according to top energy executives at the Greater Houston Partnership & Center for Houston’s Future conference.

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