August 2005

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: CO2-free power promises advances in reforming

BP's recently announced hydrogen power station project could have spin-off benefits for sites that rely heavily on hydrotreating or sulfur removal or are based within greenhouse gas emissions trading ..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

BP's recently announced hydrogen power station project could have spin-off benefits for sites that rely heavily on hydrotreating or sulfur removal or are based within greenhouse gas emissions trading zones. BP announced last month that it would join with Scottish and Southern Energy and offshore exploration partners, Shell and ConocoPhillips, to build the world's first industrial-scale "carbon-free" power station. Carbon dioxide (CO2) will be extracted from reformed syngas in a pre-combustion process with the resulting hydrogen providing 350 MW of power at a gas power station. The $600-million project will involve reinjection of 1.3 million metric tons/yr of CO2. The facility

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