Technip bags Air Products’ hydrogen plant contract in US

Technip bags Air Products’ hydrogen plant contract in US

6:43 AM, 12th January 2016
Technip bags Air Products’ hydrogen plant contract in US

PARIS, FRANCE: Technip SA said that it has been awarded a contract by Air Products to provide technology, engineering and procurement services for a grassroots hydrogen plant in Baytown, Texas, US. The 3.5 million standard cubic meters per day plant will produce hydrogen and carbon monoxide (CO) to be supplied to customers from Air Products’ established Gulf Coast Hydrogen and CO Pipeline Networks.

Technip’s operating centre in Claremont, California, US, will execute the project, which is scheduled for completion in 2018.

The plant will be built through the global hydrogen alliance between Air Products and Technip. It will feature Technip’s proprietary high efficiency steam methane reforming (SMR) technology to produce high purity hydrogen, carbon monoxide and export steam. It will also use the latest nitrogen oxide reduction technology to reduce emissions.

“We look forward to executing this new project under our global alliance with Air Products. This is the longest and most productive global hydrogen alliance supporting the oil and gas industry around the world,” said Stan Knez, president, Technip Stone & Webster Process Technology.

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