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Undersea Hydrogen Storage: Aberdeen’s H2Shore Project 

Here’s an article posted in Maritime-Executive about the undersea hydrogen storage project of Aberdeen.

According to the article,

  • The Port of Aberdeen and Subsea7 are leading an innovation project to explore undersea hydrogen storage for offshore production.
  • The project is funded by the Scottish Government’s Hydrogen Innovation Scheme
  • The project, named H2Shore, will conduct engineering analyses, develop an outline business case, and evaluate suitable concepts for undersea hydrogen storage.

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