Extracting hydrogen from natural gas networks: Linde and Evonik offer joint technology solution

Currently there is growing interest in the prospect of using the existing natural gas infrastructure more extensively to transport hydrogen, and green hydrogen in particular.

Numerous initiatives have already been launched around the world in order to develop enabling technology concepts.

Existing pipeline networks could be used to efficiently transport hydrogen over long distances and deliver it to end points along this infrastructure, where it could be fed into industrial applications or provide a source of energy.

For this to happen, however, the hydrogen must be efficiently separated from the natural gas blend at the point of extraction.

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