Wood unveils next generation SMR technology to reduce hydrogen production’s carbon intensity

Wood has unveiled a next generation steam methane reforming (SMR) technology today (April 6) that is able to support the production of hydrogen and reduce its carbon intensity.

In developing this new technology, it provides another avenue to produce hydrogen whilst also minimising the carbon emissions from the production process.

This could enable a faster scaling up of the industry and immediately support the generation of hydrogen to increase demand.

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