Trans Adriatic Pipeline Explores Feasibility of Blending Hydrogen

By Stephen Jewkes MILAN (Reuters) - Developers of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) have started feasibility studies on blending hydrogen with the natural gas the pipeline will bring in from Azerbaijan, the TAP head said. "The company has kicked off a technical study and we hope to be in a position to make a first assessment by the end of June next year," TAP managing director Luca Schieppati told Reuters on Wednesday. TAP is the final leg of a $40 billion project named the Southern Gas Corridor, which will carry 10 billion cubic metres of gas per year from the giant Shah Deniz field into Europe. The pipeline, already commercially operative, is set to start pumping its first gas into Ita

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