Russia could export up to 200,000 tonnes of hydrogen in 2024 – Deputy PM Novak
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Russia could be in a position to export volumes of up to 200,000 tonnes of hydrogen by 2024, Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak wrote in a column in the magazine and website Energy Policy.

Potential export volumes of hydrogen from Russia on world markets could total up to 200,000 tonnes in 2024, up to 2 -7 million tonnes in 2035 and from 7.9 to 33.4 million tonnes in 2050, depending on how quickly the low-carbon world economy develops and on rises in demand for hydrogen on world markets,” Novak said.

    “Gazprom and Rosatom are examining the possibility of carrying out export-oriented projects for hydrogen production using technologies of steam methane reforming and high-temperature electrolysis at nuclear power stations.”

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