MIT spin-out extracts hydrogen from sour gas streams

A Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) spin-out has removed hydrogen from sour gas waste streams at a pilot trial in the Permian Basin, US.

Californian-headquartered Thiozen said its in-field chemical cycle pilot unit successfully removed hydrogen sulphide from sour natural gas streams while also generating “zero-emission” hydrogen.

For the trial, the start-up partnered with oil and gas production firm A.C.T. Operating Company to install the technology at a gas-gathering site in the Permian Basin.

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