The race for clean energy: LNG and LH2 as the next frontier in fuel technology

A. LODHI, Wood Plc., Dubai, UAE; M. M. AMMAD, AIN Engineering Services, Karachi, Pakistan; and M. SHAHZAIB, Royal Vopak Netherlands, Rotterdam, Netherlands Liquefied natural gas (LNG) and liquid hydrogen (LH2) are considered as promising potential fuel sources for transportation, industry and power generation. While both fuels have attained significant attention in these areas, both have properties that requires specialized storage and transportation infrastructure. LNG is primarily composed of methane (CH4) and can be utilized as an alternative for diesel and gasoline in transportation and power generation. It is presently a widely used fuel in various industries and transportation sectors

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