Author: By James Osborne
Date Published: 17 October 2022
Photo Cred: Isabelle Kitowski, ALLEX engineer, left, talks to Andrew Garrett, Vice President hydrogen syngas, at the Air Liquide hydrogen plant Wednesday, April 13, 2022 in La Porte. (Brett Coomer, Houston Chronicle / Staff photographer)
WASHINGTON — In a hotel ballroom here, executives from clean hydrogen firms traded business cards and gossip about which big oil company would next announce plans for a hydrogen project, eager to seize their piece of what some believe could be a $1 trillion market decades from now.
ConocoPhillips is working with the Japanese utility JERA for a clean hydrogen plant on the Gulf Coast. BP is working with the British industrial firm Linde to capture carbon emissions from their hydrogen plants in Texas.