Production of hydrogen from methane decarbonization into Power-to-Gas scenarios

Production of hydrogen from methane decarbonization into Power-to-Gas scenarios

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In this paper, the applicability of methane decarbonization in the PtG concept has been analyzed on a general sense. Some development is still needed to put into practice this technology, mainly to improve from the laboratory scale to the demonstration and industrial scale. Hydrogen production rates should be up-scaled from a few mL/min to some ton/h with economically viable processes that could compete with existing hydrogen production processes, either from methane (as steam reforming) or electrolysis.

Chapter Contents:

  • 4.1 Introduction
  • 4.2 Natural gas decarbonization
  • 4.3 Status of the technology
  • 4.4 Introduction of methane decarbonization into PtG
  • 4.4.1 Methane decarbonization upstream PtG
  • 4.4.2 Methane decarbonization downstream PtG
  • 4.5 Socioeconomic impact of methane decarbonization in PtG
  • 4.6 Conclusion
  • References

Inspec keywords: electrolysis; hydrogen production

Other keywords: methane; electrolysis; methane decarbonization; PtG concept; hydrogen production rates; power-to-gas scenarios; hydrogen production processes

Subjects: Fuel processing industry; Industrial processes; Hydrogen storage and technology

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