As the energy sector transitions to net zero, some gas utilities in the United States could be uniquely positioned to convert their infrastructure into clean-fuels networks. Such a system could, for example, deliver hydrogen to industrial plants; transport carbon to and from carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) sites; and support an expanded low-carbon electricity grid.

A clean-fuels future
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To read the article, see “Decarbonizing US gas utilities: The potential role of a clean-fuels system in the energy transition,” March 2, 2022.