A new method to produce hydrogen at lower cost may generate an ancillary benefit: increased production of oil from Canada's vast reserves of petroleum contained in so- called tar sands in the province of Alberta. J. Stephen Herring, a consulting engineer at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory, tells the New York Times the lower-cost hydrogen would come from a new, nuclear-powered, high-temperature process. Extracting oil from Canada’s tar sands may become less ...
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