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  • Ammonia cracking - Enabling access to renewable hydrogen

    Sustainably produced hydrogen is a key vector for decarbonising many hard-to-abate industries such as transportation, power and chemical manufacture. The regions expected to be prominent producers of decarbonised hydrogen are not necessarily where the demand resides. Ammonia is a potential hydrogen carrier which offers advantages in containing no carbon molecules and it is a globally traded commodity today. Ammonia cracking allows the conversion of ammonia back into hydrogen to ...

  • CLEANPACE hydrogen solutions

    Decarbonise your existing SMR based hydrogen plant today. Our Low Carbon Solutions business helps our customers navigate and overcome the challenges they face in meeting emissions reduction targets. We provide tailored solutions that help you achieve significant and sustained reductions in carbon emissions; at scale, today, with existing technology. Our solution at a glance: The technology Pre-combustion CO2 capture with proven integrated ADVANCED REFORMING™ technology for ...

  • Flow control solutions for green and blue hydrogen

    Valmet is your valve partner for greener hydrogen processes. Our long experience and comprehensive portfolio cover the majority of applications in the industrial use of hydrogen. Many of the world’s leading industrial gas companies already rely on our valves for reliable performance. Also, many downstream end users turn to us when selecting valves for demanding H2 applications.

  • Flow control solutions for green and blue hydrogen

    Emission-free hydrogen production for a greener future. Valmet offers a wide range of valve solutions for hydrogen applications from renewable power generation to the production of emission-free hydrocarbons and chemicals. As the significance of responsible and sustainable industrial processes increases, the role of green and blue hydrogen as carbon-neutral fuel produced from surplus renewable energy, or through CO2 removal respectively, will continue to grow. Going green ...

  • Green Circle - Hydrogen

    Global energy demand is expected to grow 50% by 2050 (IEA) as populations grow and over 1 billion people move into the middle class. Simultaneously, governments and corporations have set ambitious goals to reduce their environmental impacts through carbon reduction and greenhouse gas emission cuts to become carbon neutral and address climate change. Hydrogen is in a unique position to support this increase in energy demand and decrease in carbon and greenhouse gas emissions ...

  • Heat Management System for the Hydrogen Generation Industry

    The hydrogen generation market is in high demand as the need to produce cleaner fuel continues to grow. Ensuring industrial processes run efficiently is crucial. nVent Thermal Management provides a heat management system engineered to protect critical process temperatures and prevent utilities and instrumentation equipment from freezing.

  • Hydrogen

    Global leader delivering a full suite of hydrogen solutions through unrivaled technology and seamless project execution. With more than 55 years of expertise and leadership in the production of hydrogen, our full scope of services ranges from process and front-end design packages, through detailed engineering and supply, to full turnkey EPC projects, and ultimately asset management services. We maintain our leadershipposition thanks to our teamof experienced professionals,continuous ...

  • Hydrogen & Synthesis Gas

    Lummus Technology is a leading supplier of hydrogen and synthesis gas plants for refinery, petrochemical and other industrial gas applications. Lummus designs hydrogen and synthesis gas plants utilizing: steam methane reforming (SMR), steam/oxygen reforming (SMR/O2R) and auto-thermal reforming (ATR) technology with natural gas, LPG and/or naphtha feedstocks. Over the past 50 years, Lummus has designed and supplied more than 200 plants worldwide. Lummus’ hydrogen technology ...

  • Johnson Matthey licensed processes

    A portfolio of advanced process technologies for global markets. Johnson Matthey (JM) develops and licenses proprietary process technologies. We also offer collaborating companies an extensive range of technology development, process design and engineering skill. For over thirty years JM has been engaged in innovative DAVY™ licensing development. Our comprehensive expertise of catalysis and reaction engineering has been tailored to the production of a wide range of chemicals ...

  • LCH Process for the production of blue hydrogen

    There is an urgent need to limit the rise in global temperatures to avoid severe environmental and societal impact. Many countries across the world have committed to zero emission targets being met by 2050, this timeframe is now only one typical syngas plant lifetime away. The provision of decarbonised hydrogen at scale is an essential step to achieve this. Johnson Mattheys (JM's) LCH technology enables decarbonised hydrogen to be produced at scale now, in the most sustainable ...

  • The crucial role of low-carbon hydrogen production to achieve Europe’s climate ambition: A technical assessment

    Hydrogen has emerged as a central narrative of the European Green Deal. With the legally-binding objective of climate neutrality by 2050, set by the European Climate Law and the increased climate target for 2030, the need to speed up the efforts towards climate change mitigation is evident. The EU is therefore relying on hydrogen as a way to decarbonise energy-intensive industries, energy and transport sectors. The EU hydrogen strategy, published in July 2020, highlights that ...

  • The Role of E-fuels in Decarbonising Transport

    Rapid deployment of low-emission fuels during this decade will be crucial to accelerate the decarbonisation of the transport sector. Significant electrification opportunities are available for the road transport sector, while the aviation and marine sectors continue to be more reliant on fuel-based solutions for their decarbonisation. Fuels obtained from electrolytic hydrogen, or e-fuels, could be a viable pathway and scale up quickly by 2030, underpinned by a massive expansion ...

  • TRI-CON Series H2 Applications

    The number of unique technical attributes of the product, as the cone-in-cone seating design with the multiple laminations and the metal seat makes the series TRI-CON to an all rounder for many different industrial applications. Zwick valves are used for industrial and exhaust gases, liquids, hot water or steam at lowest as well at high temperature zones up to 815°C. The TRI-CON is utilized extensively in the chemical, petro-chemical, oil & gas, offshore and district heating ...

  • Innovative H₂ Solutions to shape the hydrogen economy

    View this webinar for an insightful journey into the future of sustainable energy with Honeywell H₂ Solutions. In this exclusive webinar, we'll delve into cutting-edge innovations in hydrogen technology, focusing on Blue Hydrogen solutions and Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHC). Attending will offer these valuable benefits: - Discover how Honeywell is leading the way in transforming the energy industry through Blue Hydrogen, a game-changing process that reduces carbon ...

  • Decarbonization with hydrogen solutions

    Demand for hydrogen is expected to increase up to ten-fold by 2050 when multiple industry reports predict 8-24% of the world’s final energy demand will be supplied by hydrogen. Hydrogen has a unique ability to address ‘hard-to-decarbonize’ sectors including refining, chemicals, steel, heating, long-haul transport, and long-term power storage — all of which currently produce significant CO2 emissions. To achieve this, hydrogen must be produced with significantly lower carbon ...

  • How turbomachinery can support decarbonization

    With the hydrocarbon processing industry’s efforts to decarbonize, hydrogen and Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) have further moved into focus as viable alternatives for transforming existing energy markets. Both hydrogen and CO2 provide ample opportunities to be used in hydrocarbon processes either in molecular form or as feedstock. At the same time, the unique physical properties of both hydrogen and CO2 can make them a challenge for process equipment such as ...