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Worldwide Refinery Processing Review (Individual Technology)

Publication date:2Q 2015
Item#: B1013

Hydrogen Production, Purification, and Recovery

Hydrogen Production, Purification & Recovery have become one of the most important utilities in the refining industry. Refinery hydrogen demand is increasing because of decreasing crude quality and increasingly stringent fuel standards around the world. Three major sourcing options have emerged for refiners to meet hydrogen demand: onsite production via steam reforming or alternative technologies (captive); H2 recovery from offgas and purge streams; and the purchase of hydrogen from an over-the-fence (OTF) production facility (merchant supplier). Latest developments include:

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