Tracking the hydrogen transition – reflections on session two
Company commitments are piling up for hydrogen prospects, but the industry is still in its early stages, and finance options still constrained. Fasken’s Shahrooz Nabavi and Deloitte’s Daniel Grover get together to mull over how best to prep the way for new projects, reflecting on session two of Hydrogen – Tracking Transition.
The industry is getting more efficient and price changes are coming, but the crucial question of demand volumes remains elusive – for now. The third session of the Hydrogen series will be held on November 18, following COP26. Hopefully this global environmental knees-up should see more clarity emerge on plans for hydrogen and its role in the pursuit of net zero.
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