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Liquid hydrogen from Shell

"We believe liquid hydrogen to be advantaged over other potential zero-emissions fuels for shipping, therefore giving a higher likelihood of success," Shell said. "[It is] attracting interest as a potential fuel for power and land-based transport and as a possible feedstock for industry. These other sectors could help develop and pay for some of the production and distribution infrastructure [and] the shipping sector should stand ready to capitalize on that development."
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Matt Chester on Oct 9, 2020

If Shell has invested / is investing heavily in this, then obviously it behooves them to tout the likelihood of the fuel to dominate, so the message needs to be met with tempered expectations, of course. That said, shipping is definitely an area where electrification isn't even on the table and some of the most emitting fuels are used, so it's absolutely one of the key areas where the potential hydrogen economy should keep its focus. 

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