Getech will locate natural hydrogen via a digital platform and AI

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Using its platform and analysis tools based on AI, British company Getech can “predict” the presence of natural hydrogen deposits.

Basically, Getech employs specialists in natural resources. These are ‘geo scientists’ who have a knowledge of what has been going on underground… for 400 million years. Over the last 30 years, the company has developed “unconventional” tools that can be used to map areas for oil, shale gas or coal exploitation. As part of the energy transition, these tools can be used to identify potential deposits of critical materials, as well as natural hydrogen. This “white gold” is becoming increasingly coveted.

In its press release, Getech refers, for example, to Bill Gates’ investment, via the Breakthrough Ventures fund, in a Koloma exploration project in Denver, Colorado.

A unique platform to detect natural hydrogen

The firm has developed a digital platform called Globe. The latter draws on various sources (thermal and satellite imaging that modelises the subsoil in 3D). These maps highlight natural phenomena such as serpentinisation (the reaction between seawater and the earth’s crust), radiolysis (the decomposition of matter by ionising radiation) and the decomposition of organic matter.

With the help of AI, Getech can confirm that there are vast deposits of natural hydrogen. And the technical solution is now available. “These results can be invaluable in exploration screenings that help locate and quantify sites of interest and reduce the risks of later development phases,” says Richard Bennett, Getech’s Executive Chairman.

Do you want to learn more about natural hydrogen? Then our latest article on the subject should interest you. You can read it here.

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Article written by Laurent Meillaud and translated by Logan King 

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Logan King

Logan King

After an unusual career (3 years in the French army followed by a 3-year degree in Applied Foreign Languages), it was my passion for environmental issues that finally caught up with me and led me to join Seiya Consulting and H2 Today in June 2022. First as an end-of-study internship, then as Marketing & Communication Manager and translator at Hydrogen Today.

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