The future of H₂: A regional outlook—Part 3: The Middle East and the US

by Lee Nichols, Vice President, Content/Editor-in-Chief of Hydrocarbon Processing & H2Tech   Nations around the world are investing in new technologies and pathways to limit carbon emissions and adhere to ambitious net-zero goals. Part of this strategy includes the massive scale-up of H₂ production capacity, primarily green routes that use renewable energy for production.   Part 1 of this work detailed current and future H2 demand, active H2 project numbers and capital spending globally, as well as an examination of major H2 trends, programmes, regulations and capital projects in Africa, Asia and Canada. Part 2 focused on Western and Eastern Europe, Russia, the Commonwealth of Indepen

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