Tyler Campbell of H2 News reports on the role of natural gas in global decarbonization.
- Sour natural gas contains measurable amounts of hydrogen sulphide (H2S) and smells like rotten eggs.
- 40% of the world’s gas reserves are sour and 20% of which are so sour that they are not able to be processed using traditional technology.
- 8 Rivers, a technology decarbonization company based in North Carolina, has developed a way to reduce the H2S content of this natural gas so that it can be processed and used for energy.
- This breakthrough could potentially reduce coal use worldwide and allow countries to develop cleaner energy systems.
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