IEA (2019), The Future of Hydrogen, IEA, Paris
Hydrogen is today enjoying unprecedented momentum. The world should not miss this unique chance to make hydrogen an important part of our clean and secure energy future.
Hydrogen produced using a renewable electricity source is referred to as green hydrogen. As offshore wind farms move into deeper waters, green hydrogen will emerge as a viable means to bring that renewable energy back to market. NOV has an extensive history in this market and is a positioned to be a leading supplier in the floating wind sector.
Hydrogen produced using fossil fuels where greenhouse emissions are reduced through the use of a carbon capture storage (CCS) system is referred to as blue hydrogen. With more than three decades of global process engineering and gas treatment expertise, NOV can engineer, design, and fully execute built-for-purpose carbon capture systems for many industry applications.