Energy Transition Technip Energies Launches Suite of Low-carbon Hydrogen Solutions
Technip Energies has declared the launch of BlueH2 by T.Entm which is the company’s full suite of deeply-decarbonized and affordable solutions for hydrogen production. The green solutions prove useful for refining, ammonia production as well as support diverse industries such as steel, cement, power, olefins and LNG.
Paris/France – Technip Energies has announced the launch of BlueH2 by T.Entm, the company’s full suite of deeply-decarbonized and affordable solutions for hydrogen production. Hydrogen is integral to energy transition, and, building on its 50-year track record, Technip Energies is expanding its role into low/no-carbon energy solutions.
Technip Energies’ BlueH2 by T.Entm solutions offer many advantages, including:
- Up to a 99 % reduction in the carbon footprint compared to the traditional hydrogen process – from ~10 down to 0.1 kilogram CO2 per kilogram H2, while maintaining flexibility to be tailored to each individual application.
- Maximum hydrogen yield, minimum energy demand (fuel + power), and highly-efficient carbon avoidance and carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) techniques, to arrive at the lowest cost of (blue) hydrogen ‘LCOH’.
- Comprised of ‘flight proven’, company-developed and owned technologies and equipment, available to customers today.
- Optional integration of highly efficient, low-carbon cogeneration of power.
In addition to targeting traditional low-carbon hydrogen production applications, such as refining and ammonia manufacture, BlueH2 by T.Entm has been developed to further support the decarbonization of numerous industries, such as steel, cement, power, olefins and LNG as well as facilitating clean energy carriers.
Arnaud Pieton, Chief Executive Officer of Technip Energies, stated: “As a hydrogen market leader for nearly 60 years, we are proud to offer this innovative suite of technologies for blue hydrogen. BlueH2 by T.Entm is one more example of our pioneering spirit and our commitment to technology towards a carbon-neutral economy and a low-carbon society.”