A paper from Calin Cormos and Dr. Fred Starr. It points out that one of the main problems with hydrogen is transmitting it over long distances in pipelines. As such it implies that the outlet pressure from a ossification plant will have to be at least 70 bar, and because of the pressure drop and low density of hydrogen, pipeline compressor stations will have to be built at shorter intervals than on a natural gas.
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