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DGMK-Project Natural Gas Production Technology

Short study - Provision of hydrogen with a low GHG footprint (possibilities - state of development - costs)

Duration
01.04.2021-31.10.2021
Research Center
TU Bergakademie Freiberg
Institute for Energy Process Engineering and Chemical Engineering
Dr. T. Kuchling, A. Awgustow
Project Accompaniment
Wintershall Dea GmbH, Kassel - A. Davies
ExxonMobil Production Group Deutschland GmbH, Hanover - C. Hunsche
Reason and Goal

The process variants for hydrogen production are described and the current state of knowledge and development is presented. On the basis of modular process models, the material and enthalpy balances are worked out and the GHG intensity and the energy efficiency for these routes are determined. At the same time, the models also serve to determine the H2 production costs (CAPEX, OPEX) with the inclusion of literature data.

The study builds on the work of the DGMK 815 study "Production of greenhouse gas-reduced or greenhouse gas-neutral gaseous or liquid hydrocarbons or energy carriers".

Summary

The short study is intended to provide a well-founded evaluation of the various options for hydrogen supply with regard to, among other things, GHG reduction potential, efficiency, product costs as well as development status and market maturity.

 

Project Status

Project Coordinator

Dr. Susanne Kuchling

Head of the Exploration and Production Department

Sponsors

Wintershall Dea GmbH

ExxonMobil Production Germany GmbH