Producing “blue” hydrogen from natural gas along with carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) can cost around 22% less when using a process launched by Shell Catalysts & Technologies. With CO2 costing $25–35/t, “blue” hydrogen becomes competitive with “grey,” unabated one, even with its higher capital costs.
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