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15 Apr

Scientists study H2 storage in depleted oil and gas reservoirs

Depleted oil and natural gas reservoirs could be used to store clean hydrogen, opening the potential for long-term storage of the fuel where salt caverns are not abundant, according to a team of scientists in the US. As hydrogen is hard to compress, the fuel is either stored in tanks or subsurface systems such as salt caverns. However, salt deposits are not widely present in countries like the US, geographically limiting the fuel’s storage in salt caverns. T…
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