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Canada’s very blue hydrogen roadmap

The strategy has attracted support from Alberta, but only anger from environmental groups

The Canadian government released its much-delayed and heavily telegraphed hydrogen strategy in mid-December. As anticipated by Petroleum Economist in July, Ottawa’s strategy lacks significant federal funding commitments, is really more a roadmap than a comprehensive strategy and relies on a combination of substantially blue but increasingly green hydrogen, since Canada is a major producer of both natural gas and renewables. Unsurprisingly, the provincial government of Alberta applauded the strategy’s initial heavy reliance on blue hydrogen, whereas environmental groups severely criticised it even before the its formal release. Federal natural resources minister Seamus O’Regan introduced hi



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