Hydrogen pipeline transport is a transportation of hydrogen through a pipe as part of the hydrogen infrastructure.
Hydrogen pipeline transport is used to transport hydrogen from the point of production or delivery to the point of demand. Although the technology for hydrogen pipeline transport is proven, and the transport costs are similar to those of CNG, most hydrogen is produced in the place of demand, with an industrial production facility every 50 to 100 miles (Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character "[" to Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character "[" km)
Hydrogen has problems with both hydrogen embrittlement and corrosion. Hydrogen has an active electron, and therefore behaves somewhat like a Halogen. For this reason, Hydrogen pipes have to resist corrosion, and are normally specified to be of expensive stainless steel. The problem is compounded because hydrogen can easily migrate into the crystal structure of most metals.
- 2004 - USA - 900 miles (1450 km) of low pressure hydrogen pipelines
- 2004 - Europe - 930 miles (1500 km) of low pressure hydrogen pipelines.
Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Pipelines (or FRP pipeline) and Reinforced thermoplastic pipes are researched
Pipeline delivery pressures can go up to 700-1,000 psi 
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