|2020-05-18 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
DNV GL-石油和天然气首席执行官Liv A. Hovem表示：“随着能源转型的步伐加快，氢成为人们关注的焦点——这是理所当然的。但是，要实现其潜力，政府和行业都需要做出大胆的决定。现在的挑战不是雄心壮志，而是改变时间表:从地平线上的氢燃料，到我们家庭、企业和交通系统中的氢燃料。”
曹海斌 摘译自 油气新闻
DNV GL: hydrogen central to oil and gas industry decarbonisation
A new report reveals that hydrogen has surged up the priority list of many oil and gas organisations, taking a primary position in the sector’s decarbonisation efforts.
A fifth (21%) of senior oil and gas industry professionals say their organisation is already actively entering the hydrogen market, according to a new report published by DNV GL, a technical advisor to the sector.
Heading for Hydrogen draws on a survey of more than 1000 senior oil and gas professionals and in-depth interviews with industry executives. The report suggests that recent shifts in the industry’s investment priorities are unlikely to affect the sector’s long-term efforts to reduce carbon emissions.
DNV GL found a significant rise in those reporting that their organisation is actively adapting to a less carbon-intensive energy mix – up from 44% for 2018 to 60% for 2020. Carbon-free hydrogen production, transmission and distribution is now widely recognised as a central component to the oil and gas industry’s decarbonisation efforts.
“Hydrogen is in the spotlight as the energy transition moves at pace – and rightly so. But to realise its potential, both governments and industry will need to make bold decisions,” said Liv A. Hovem, CEO, DNV GL – Oil & Gas. “The challenge now is not in the ambition, but in changing the timeline: from hydrogen on the horizon, to hydrogen in our homes, businesses, and transport systems.”
More than half of respondents to DNV GL’s research in Asia-Pacific (56%), the Middle East & North Africa (54%) and Europe (53%) agree that hydrogen will be a significant part of the energy mix within 10 years. North America (40%) and Latin America (37%) are only a little behind.