HYDROGEN RECOVERY FROM FUEL GAS CAN HELP MEET REFINERY DEMAND

Energy conservation measures in refineries often result in an excess of fuel. Therefore, fuel gas is sometimes flared or more often used in burners. These practices waste not only valuable hydrogen, but also other light hydrocarbons. Recovering sufficient hydrogen from these fuel gas streams is the best way of debottlenecking the refinery and bringing it into hydrogen balance. A report by Harry Isalski, technology and licensing manager for Costain Oil, Gas & Process, Manchester, England,

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