Hydrogen – Gas of the new millennium


For centuries, hydrogen has been widely used in major industries, but in recent years the gas has been catapulted into the spotlight as the fuel of the future, and is giving our industry a much cleaner image.

As an industrial gas, hydrogen has many applications across a range of processes. It plays a key role in oil refining, chemicals production, semiconductor manufacturing and metal processing, to name just a few.

As a fuel, the gas is becoming increasingly popular, and the industrial gas majors are heavily investing in extensive research, in order to make it more readily available on a commercial basis, to power cars and houses for example.

The H2 market
Since most hydrogen is derived from natural gas, the pricing of the two is very closely linked.

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