This master limited partnership owns, operates, develops and acquires pipeline and other midstream assets, with interests in crude oil, natural gas, diluents and refined products.
Could these be a good long term bet for increase and dividend payments as I read that, due to hydrogen coming back on the scene they could look to move it through existing pipelines?
Hydrogen Induced Stress Cracking is an issue when transporting high concentrations, therefore at least some kind of retrofit would be in order.
I imagine it would be in form of either amonia, ethanol, or using another chemical as carrier.
This way the pipeline itself does not change but the transmitting center and the receiving end would, which would be cheaper.