Denmark-based Topsoe and US decarbonisation specialist Fidelis New Energy (Fidelis) have entered into a global alliance for technology used for producing carbon neutral hydrogen – a move that will see Topsoe integrating its hydrogen process ‘Blue’ portfolio with FidelisH2 technology.
The alliance aims to enable the production of hydrogen from natural gas with a lifecycle carbon intensity of 0kgCO2e/kgH2 (carbon dioxide equivalent per kg of hydrogen).
Topsoe’s hydrogen process portfolio includes both steam methane reforming (SMR) and SynCOR autothermal reforming (ATR) solutions to produce hydrogen with integrated carbon capture.
According to the company, it will lead engagement with potential licensees interested in utilising FidelisH2 to produce carbon neutral hydrogen at ‘world scale’.
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