Technip Energies, LG Chem agree on hydrogen tech to be used in Korean plant


A facility in South Korea will use Technip Energies-LG Chem’s exclusive blue hydrogen technology for supply.

The Blue H2 by T.ENTM hydrogen plant will absorb a sizable amount of carbon dioxide and lower the petrochemical complex’s carbon emissions. LG Chem plans to use the CO2 that was gathered.

The 56,000 Nm3/h hydrogen plant will use Technip Energies’ patented steam reforming method to create hydrogen from methane-rich naphtha cracking of gas. A selective catalytic reduction (SCR) unit will be part of the hydrogen plant to manage NOx emissions.

To enable LG Chem to transform the petrochemical pyrolysis complex into a more sustainable low-carbon process, the new hydrogen unit will be linked with the naphtha cracking complex (NCC) of the company.

“We are thrilled to partner with LG Chem to decarbonize their petrochemical complex by implementing our low-carbon hydrogen solution, BlueH2 by T.ENTM,” said Loic Chapuis, SVP Gas & Low Carbon Energies at Technip Energies. Our technology has the versatility to be customized for different industrial applications and has been demonstrated to cut carbon emissions by up to 99 percent.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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