California’s Lone Cypress Energy Services’ blue hydrogen production facility is one step closer to realisation, with the company having announced the completion of the front-end engineering and design (FEED) study.
Carried out by Lone Cypress, the study looked at the feasibility of a 65 metric tonnes per day steam methane reformation plant with an integrated post combustion carbon capture system, hydrogen liquefaction, storage, dispensing, and all associated plant infrastructure.
Greg Brooks, President and CEO of Lone Cypress, described the study as a “crucial step” in substantiating assumptions around project costs and helping move the project forward.
“Based on this analysis, we feel very confident this facility will generate the most cost-competitive low-carbon liquid hydrogen in the western US,” he added.
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