Hydrogen blending: costs and complexities?

This data-file estimate the costs of blending hydrogen into pre-existing natural gas pipeline networks. Costs are relatively low per mcf of gas, but very high per ton of CO2 abated. Costs also rise exponentially, as more hydrogen is blended into the mix.

Our estimates are based upon technical papers and TSE’s economic models, and they cover capacity degradation, maintenance costs and upgrading boilers, appliances and turbines.