Earth’s chemical makeup could underpin a sustainable future
Natural hydrogen has a lower carbon footprint than blue hydrogen and requires far less energy to produce than green hydrogen.
The current industrial manufacture of hydrogen as a fuel is focused on production from water (electrolysis, a.k.a 'Green' Hydrogen) or methane (steam reformation, a.k.a Blue Hydrogen). However, these processes consume large amounts of electricity or generate CO2.
This makes natural hydrogen the ideal long-term candidate for the shipping and manufacturing industries, due to no CO2 byproducts.
Imagine a world where natural hydrogen is the low-friction income replacement for economies dependent on oil and gas exploitation.
The Paris Agreement calls for major changes to limit the global temperature increase in this century to 2°C, whilst financially supporting developing economies.
However, financial help alone will not be sufficient for economic sustainability for decades to come.
Natural hydrogen could be the solution to unite global climate efforts and create opportunities for many countries.
A diverse energy mix is a key to ensuring global energy security and sustainability.
H2Au is combining innovative research and analytics with proven exploration processes to identify natural Hydrogen resources around the globe.
Essentially, what we know of the traditional oil and gas business can be largely applied to the natural hydrogen market.
The familiarity and experience in applying proven techniques make natural hydrogen an obvious choice for many uses in the global economy.
Natural hydrogen has many monikers and is also referred to as gold hydrogen, white hydrogen and native hydrogen.