Wood to expand US hydrogen pipelines by a third


Global consulting and engineering company Wood is expanding the US’ network of hydrogen pipelines by a third and will add nearly 1,000 miles to carbon capture pipeline networks across North America.

The pipeline projects are the result of Wood experts noticing a bonanza of new projects on the back of growing investment in clean energy infrastructure, both in the US and Canada.

Katie Zimmerman, Director of Decarbonisation in the Americas at Wood, said, “In order to meet market demands, the construction of new energy infrastructure projects, and the ability to repurpose existing infrastructure, will play a critical role in supporting the energy transition.”

In addition to the carbon capture and hydrogen pipelines, Wood is also continuing to grow critical networks for natural gas – working across the region to secure a low carbon energy system for North America.

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