Blue hydrogen is another form of carbon tech that the oil and gas industry is deploying to reduce emissions.

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Setting the record straight on the day’s top anti-oil and gas media stories

ACTIVIST CLAIM: Quartz magazine calls into question reliability of blue hydrogen made from natural gas.

THE FACTS: Blue hydrogen is another form of carbon tech that the oil and gas industry is deploying to reduce emissions.

THE SOURCES:

The natural gas industry’s risky bet on hydrogen — Quartz (qz.com)


Here’s some facts and sources to have a reasoned conversation about energy production and stability:

  • At the same time as the IEA ignores emerging oil and gas technology, it also assumes technology not yet in existence will solve the materials problem for renewables. It found that its global energy transition plan in their new report, would result in demand for minerals such as lithium, graphite, nickel, and rare-earth metals rising by 4,200%, 2,500%, 1,900%, and 700%, respectively, by 2040. This would require mining around the world at a historically unprecedented scale requiring new discoveries and technology to manage the massive environmental and social impacts.
    https://iea.blob.core.windows.net/assets/24d5dfbb-a77a-4647-abcc-667867207f74/TheRoleofCriticalMineralsinCleanEnergyTransitions.pdf


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