Hydrogen pipeline transport
is a transportation of hydrogen through a pipe
as part of the hydrogen infrastructure
Hydrogen pipeline transport is used to connect the point of hydrogen production or delivery of hydrogen with the point of demand, pipeline transport costs are similar to CNG, the technology is proven, however most hydrogen is produced on the place of demand with every 50 to 100 miles an industrial production facility.
- 2004 - USA - 900 miles (1450 km) of low pressure hydrogen pipelines
- 2004 - Europe - 930 miles (1500 km) of low pressure hydrogen pipelines.
Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Pipelines (or FRP pipeline) are researched
Pipeline delivery pressures can go up to 700-1,000 psi