These options include cost-effective augmentation of hydrogen capacity, advanced refinery off-gas (ROG) recovery & utilization, strategic synergy of integrated captive power and securing a credit for CO2 capture apart from future C-offsets in order to lower the net specific costs. Furthermore, most of these options carry inherent added merits of improved availability and reduced environmental impact.
The paper outlines some of these proven value-enhancement options and case histories providing potential reduction in net unit cost of (on-purpose) hydrogen and thus enhancing refinery’s margins as well as extrinsic economics.
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