” The recent interest in natural hydrogen is explained by the combination of the need for carbon-free hydrogen as a fuel for green mobility and the improvement of scientific knowledge on the formation of hydrogen in the ground”

– Isabelle Moretti

Flowing to the surface via naturally occurring subsurface geothermal processes in the earth’s crust, this hydrogen just needs to be collected. Geologists refer to this source of hydrogen as ‘natural’, ‘native’ or ‘geological’ hydrogen, but it is more commonly known as ‘white’ hydrogen’

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Sources of geological white hydrogen are documented throughout the world, primarily above deep continental cratons in Europe, Africa, Latin America as well as Canada and the USA

White Hydrogen Deposits

Natural hydrogen flows may be identified through hydrogen measures in oil and gas wells, and ‘Fairy Circles’, which are de-vegetated circular structures located above faults from which hydrogen leaks out into the atmosphere.
These unusual formations hold the key to detecting hydrogen flows from the earth’s subsurface. Fairy Circles have been reported in the Namibian desert, as well as western Australia. Recently, more structures are being explored in Minas Gerais, an agricultural region of Brazil

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White Hydrogen Reserch Papers

It has been said that from a geological perspective, hydrogen has been neglected, but when compared to other types of hydrogen, white hydrogen is more environmentally friendly, cost-effective and can be considered an energy source

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