May 2022

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Industry Perspectives: Calling for papers on the global hydrogen sector

In January 2021, Gulf Energy Information—publisher of Hydrocarbon Processing and Gas Processing & LNG—launched H2Tech. This technical publication focuses on the latest technologies, trends, capital investments and know-how that are shaping the global hydrogen market.

Nichols, Lee, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

In January 2021, Gulf Energy Information—publisher of Hydrocarbon Processing and Gas Processing & LNG—launched H2Tech. This technical publication focuses on the latest technologies, trends, capital investments and know-how that are shaping the global hydrogen market. H2Tech focuses on hydrogen technology across all spectrums—from green (via renewable energy) to blue (via natural gas) to all other forms (brown, black, turquoise, etc.). The creation of H2Tech was inspired by the increasing prominence of hydrogen’s usage in advancing the energy transition and leading decarbonization efforts around the globe. The refining and petrochemical industries are no stranger to the production and us

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