Worldwide demand for hydrogen is rising and expected to continue to grow at 5% annually. Hydrogen is increasingly sought for petroleum refineries, chemical manufacturing and in industrial markets.
Steam methane reforming of natural gas is among the largest and most commonly used thermal methods for hydrogen generation and, in the US, for example, accounts for 95% of hydrogen produced.
A need to enhance the inspection and diagnostics for creating hydrogen and other gases is driven by many factors, including an increasing focus on operator safety, reduction of downtime, improved cost efficiency, and greater asset management.
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