Membrane reactor concept selection and pilot plant definition
In this report the reactor concept for a membrane reformer is selected. This membrane reformer is a specific type of membrane reactor that is used for conversion of natural gas into a hydrogen and carbon dioxide. The H2 stream can be then be used for power generation. A separate CO2 stream becomes available for underground storage. A second application of the same reactor is the more efficient reforming of natural gas for generation of hydrogen for application in industrial large-scale ammonia production.