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Project management: Construction of modern-day hydrogen capacity in the Middle East

02.01.2014  |  Shahani, G.,  Linde Engineering North America, Inc., Blue Bell, PennsylvaniaShahani, S.,  Linde Engineering North America Inc., Blue Bell, PennsylvaniaCrisler, M.,  Linde Engineering North America Inc., Blue Bell, PennsylvaniaKogan, L.,  Linde Engineering North America Inc., Blue Bell, Pennsylvania

Keywords: [hydrogen] [reformer] [construction] [natural gas]

Refining heavier and high-sulfur crude oils consumes high volumes of hydrogen (H2). Most refineries have exhausted process-based H2 supplies and must use on-purpose sources. This article follows the development and construction of two steam-methane reformers (Al Jubail 10) constructed in Jubail City, Saudi Arabia. The reformers will provide H2 for the adjacent ammonia complex.

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