Canada’s SpectrumH2 to apply to become carbon dioxide hub operator, and to work on blue hydrogen
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Combustion Industry News Editor
Canadian company SpectrumH2 has executed a letter of intent to examine the feasibility of a large-scale carbon-capture and storage project in the state of Alberta. The move is a step in the process of becoming a government-recognised CO2 Hub Operator in the region; the company is in talks with industrial emitters of CO2 regarding providing transport and storage services. SpectrumH2 also intends to work with an intermediate natural gas producer on a blue hydrogen project.