- Oct 9, 2020 3:30 pm GMT
In this interview with industry source MarcellusDrillingNews.com, Maarten Wetselaar, director of Royal Dutch Shell’s new-energies unit, reveals why Shell's excitement with clean hydrogen has a dirty backstory.
“With our brand, our global presence…and the adjacency to our gas business – we can get our hands on the cheapest gas anywhere – we should be able to win," says Wetsellar. 95% of commercial hydrogen is made by steam-reforming methane, or "natural gas", resulting in copious emissions of greenhouse-gas CO2.
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