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Safety without compromise

Andrzej Janowski, MSA Safety, examines workplace safety risks and challenges posed when producing, handling, transporting and storing hydrogen.

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Focusing on oxygen in hydrogen analysis

A. Kigel and A. Shats, Modcon Systems, UK, reveal how advances in in-situ analysis are resulting in precise oxygen monitoring in hydrogen production.

 

The journey to a hydrogen future

The pathway to 2030 is set to be one of decisive action for the hydrogen economy, Manish Patel, Air Products, UK, explains.


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Pipe dream?

Sundus Cordelia Ramli, Topsoe, Denmark, explains why green hydrogen could help to decarbonise the steel sector.

Going far beyond

Marion Erdelen-Peppler, ROSEN Group, Germany, considers the issues surrounding the use of hydrogen in existing pipelines, and explains why ROSEN has decided to build a hydrogen test laboratory.

Building a strategy

Conrad Purcell and Shu Shu Wong, Haynes and Boone, LLP, discuss hydrogen’s role in energy security and the decarbonisation of the UK’s energy sector.