H2-Industries converts flaring gas into clean hydrogen

H2-Industries has developed a solution to convert environmentally harmful flaring gases right at the flare of an oil production field to clean hydrogen and solid carbon.

The company uses pyrolysis technology to convert the waste product into clean hydrogen, and the hydrogen production process from flaring gas is CO2-emission free.

The technology will be delivered in self-contained 20 or 40-foot ISO containers and can be pre-assembled in a semi-serial production and shipped for installation to the flaring site.

The process provides clean hydrogen bound in liquid organic hydrogen carriers (LOHC), which can absorb and release hydrogen through chemical reactions. LOHCs can therefore be used as a storage medium for hydrogen.

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