Yet another mainstream article published in the Telegraph on natural hydrogen. The discovery of vast reserves of natural hydrogen has sparked a global rush, reminiscent of the shale fracing boom, with potential to disrupt the energy system. Geologists and scientists suggest that geological hydrogen deposits, previously underestimated, could be extracted at competitive costs, posing a challenge to green and blue hydrogen variants. Countries like Australia, China, and the US are leading the exploration efforts, driven by the belief that natural hydrogen could provide cheap and abundant baseload power, potentially transforming industries and economies, if drilling costs and purity levels can be optimised.
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