Determining Energy Capacity for Hydrogen In Existing Natural Gas Pipelines

Hydrogen only contains roughly 1/3 of the energy of natural gas per unit of volume. Currently, there is no authoritative documentation about the differences in the capacity for energy of the existing grid when hydrogen is transmitted instead of natural gas. Thus, with the intention of determining and documenting the impact of using an existing natural gas transmission network for transporting hydrogen with the same energy capacity as for natural gas, this project was launched within GERG beginning 2022. Specifically, the team investigated issues related to the increase in flow or gas velocity to compensate for the mentioned lower energy […]
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