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  Air Products H2: a key enabler in global energy production
Air Products H2
No company knows refinery hydrogen like Air Products, nor has any company spent as much time developing hydrogen as a fuel.

H2 is widely used in petroleum refining processes to remove impurities found in crude oil, allowing gasoline and diesel to burn cleaner.

Built through the global hydrogen alliance between Air Products and Technip, our hydrogen plants feature the latest technology advancements to maximize energy efficiency and emissions reduction.

We supply the world's largest refiners, including recently announced contracts and onstreams with:

  • Motiva, Shell, Valero and Marathon, with hydrogen plants connected to our newly expanded Gulf Coast hydrogen pipeline network spanning 600 miles from the Houston Ship Channel in Texas to New Orleans, La.

  • ExxonMobil and our new world-scale hydrogen production facility in The Netherlands linked to our Rotterdam hydrogen pipeline network

  • Shell Canada, Sherritt International and Williams Energy from our Heartland Hydrogen Pipeline in Alberta, Canada serving refiners, upgraders, chemical processors and other industries

  • PetroChina, China's largest oil and gas producer and distributor in a first-ever contract to provide outsourced hydrogen to a state-owned refinery in China
Beyond petroleum: H2 applications from metals processing to material handling
Air Products supplies a wide variety of industries with gaseous and liquid hydrogen in pipelines, tube trailers, liquid hydrogen trailers and cylinders from distribution points throughout the world.

Find out more about our total hydrogen offerings

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