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Linde starts up ‘world’s first’ plant for extracting hydrogen from natural gas pipelines

Linde Engineering is showcasing how hydrogen can be separated from natural gas streams at a first of its kind full-scale pilot plant in Dormagen, Germany.

Utilising Linde’s HISELECT® module, powered by Evonik membrane technology, the extraction process is believed to be a key enabler for scenarios in which hydrogen is blended with natural gas and transported via natural gas pipelines.

It is believed blended gas at the site could consist of between 5%-60% hydrogen. Membranes at the facility are used to extract hydrogen from these natural gas streams at the point of consumption.

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