A Hydrogen Exploration and Technology Company

Who We Are

Voyager H2 Limited is a hydrogen exploration and technology business formed by a group of globally renowned engineering partners, whose industry-leading IP will change how we think about the oil & gas industry.

Our goal is to utilise our cutting-edge patent-pending hydrogen exploration technology to capitalise on the lucrative hydrogen deposits available across Poland and other European regions along with Africa, South America, North America and Australia.

Our focus is to secure tenements in Poland where there is potentially an estimated one billion tonnes of hydrogen sitting in underground deposits.

We will also license our technology to other exploration businesses across the world and enter into a shared profits scheme.

Technology Overview

The patent-pending system is a unique technology for detecting natural hydrogen and helium deposits (Patent Application No. : P.445578 (WIPO ST 10/C PL445578).

How It Works:

  • The system of multisensory devices analyses soil gases in real-time and sends data dozens of times a day to a central computer.
  • The system aggregates and processes terrain mapping data (optical, SAR, gravimetric and geomagnetic data from satellite, aerial or drone imagery) with weather data and data from ground sensors.
  • The computer uses a proprietary algorithm — analysing data continuously — to identify specific patterns that indicate a high probability of hydrogen deposits.
  • The system takes into account geological data and the permeability of rock layers.
  • It is able to determine whether a given gas migration channel, including hydrogen, is open or closed.
  • The projection will use radioactive tracers occurring naturally in the Earth’s crust.

Technology Advantages

As opposed to other natural resources, underground hydrogen leaks to the surface at a much higher rate.

This occurs at approximately 100,000 times the rate of hydrocarbon seeps.

These seeps can be seen on satellite images and are known has fairy circles.

Ground sensors are key to comprehensively to surveying these seeps & finding the optimal location to drill a well.

Other advantages of Voyager H2’s technology includes:

  • Narrows the search fields, increases accuracy and reduces the costs associated with other exploration technologies such as 3D seismic surveys.
  • Monitoring of many gas indicators, in particular in the system’s unambiguous interpretation of the abiotic geological source of hydrogen.
  • Independent purging and supply of ground gas to sensor chambers, which increases the unambiguity and accuracy of measurements.
  • Ability to detect helium deposits (often associated with natural hydrogen).

What is natural hydrogen?

Natural hydrogen refers to deposits of the gas which have naturally formed underground.

How the hydrogen forms:

  • Trace radioactive elements in rocks emit radiation that can split water. As the process is slow, ancient rocks are most likely to generate hydrogen.
  • At high temperatures, water reacts with iron-rich rocks to make hydrogen.
  • Streams of hydrogen from Earth’s core or mantle may rise along tectonic plate boundaries and fault lines
Image Source: Hidden hydrogen: Earth may hold vast stores of a renewable, carbon-free fuel | Science | AAAS

How to detect & extract natural hydrogen?

  • Hydrogen travels quickly through faults, fractures and rocks, it begins to seep through to the surface which creates shallow depressions called fairy circles.
  • These fairy circles can be viewed via satellite and aerial images (see image of fairy circles to the left).
  • A network of Voyager’s ground sensors can be set up around these fairy circles to establish the most advantageous place to drill a well.
  • Hydrogen can be extracted like oil & gas by drilling into reservoirs trapped in porous rocks below salt deposits or other impermeable rock layers.

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