Tenaris will introduce its newest product solution for hydrogen applications, part of its THera™ portfolio, at the Hydrogen & Carbon Capture Technology North America Expo & Conference in Houston June 28-29.
As sponsor of the conference for a second consecutive year, Tenaris will showcase at booth 940 its advanced product and service solutions to support the energy transition, where hydrogen continues to grow in the world’s pathway to a net-zero future. Tenaris will present its THera™ portfolio, which now includes a new linear storage solution.
The new THera™ linear storage system offers enhanced storage capacity, ranging from 5 to 100 tons. Its material is designed for high pressures hydrogen storage applications, carefully considering the fatigue life of the components in the hydrogen environment and is produced according to an appropriate regulatory framework that guarantees its safety and quality.
“To support the development of the hydrogen segment, we need to come up with new solutions that are both technically and economically viable. With our new THera™ linear storage system, we´ve managed to design a product that not only reduces the capital investment but also the operational cost of a project, enabling a more efficient solution for hydrogen storage. One of the main benefits of the linear storage is its robustness and the fact that it has been qualified to perform under high pressure conditions,” highlights Tenaris Senior Product Manager Technology – Hydrogen Industrial Applications, Maurizio Bellingardi, who will offer a presentation on June 28 at Track 1 panel at 13:55.
A thorough R&D process and the collaboration of different players contributed to having achieved a high-quality technical solution with enhanced fatigue life resistance that is also safe and economically viable.
“With our THera™ portfolio we are addressing the need for reliable and high-performance materials for hydrogen applications, and we have become a reliable partner for our customers,” comments Tenaris Commercial Senior Director Gas Cylinders & Power Generation Nicola Pedrinelli.