Natural Gas Reforming

Natural Gas Reforming

Natural Gas Reforming

08/25/18

“How can we obtain Hydrogen from Natural Gas?”

 

Hydrogen is just as difficult to extract as it is useful. But luckily, there is one method which is able to produce it in a cost effective manner. Most of this is done in a process where high-temperature steam (700°C–1,000°C) is combined with a methane source such as Natural Gas under high pressures (around 2-35 bar) to produce hydrogen, carbon monoxide, and a relatively small amount of carbon dioxide. This process is known as Natural Gas Reforming and is used to create 95% of the natural gas supplies in the U.S.

 

Image Credit: ceram.material.tohoku.ac.

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