June 2012

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UOP to purify hydrogen in Russia clean fuel refining

Honeywell’s UOP has been selected by Haldor Topsoe to provide technology to purify hydrogen from a steam reforming unit to be installed at the Antipinsky refinery in Tyumen, Russia. The new hydrogen unit, scheduled to start up in 2013, is part of the refinery's plan to raise capacity by up to 7 million tpy.

Honeywell’s UOP has been selected by Haldor Topsoe to provide technology to purify hydrogen from a steam reforming unit to be installed at the Antipinsky refinery in Tyumen, Russia. The UOP Polybed PSA (pressure swing adsorption) system will recover and purify hydrogen to help the refinery meet the increasing need for clean transportation fuels such as diesel and gasoline, the companies said. "UOP's hydrogen purification technology will allow the Antipinksy Refinery to meet today's challenge of producing cleaner fuels more efficiently," said Rebecca Liebert, vice president and general manager for gas processing and hydrogen at Honeywell's UOP. "The impressive hydrogen recovery rates

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