Odorisation of natural gas and hydrogen mixtures

Hydrogen was one of the major components of the town gas (cracking treatment produced around 10-20% of hydrogen, while reforming produced up to 60%). In this case, however, odorisation was not required due to self-odour of the town gas.

The addition of hydrogen into natural gas modifies the composition of natural gas and, consequently, modifies the physical properties. At which extent do these changes affect odorization? Read more…

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