Zeeco's Eric Pratchard discusses the challenges of switching to hydrogen and how Zeeco can offer end-to-end solutions.
Rising fuel costs, new regulations requiring carbon footprint reductions, and global net zero carbon initiatives continue to pressure the refining and chemical industry markets. The two main methods to reduce CO and CO2 emissions are to either capture and sequester the carbon in the fuel gas or to remove carbon from the fuel before firing. Many organisations are considering refueling existing fired equipment with sustainable, low-carbon fuels. One such fuel is hydrogen (H2 ), which can be produced through renewable energy sources (green hydrogen) or by reforming natural gas (blue hydrogen). Removing carbon before combustion eliminates the need for costly equipment to capture and sequester the carbon during firing. Download Article