Hydrogen (also known as H2) is an important chemical feedstock, mainly applied in the manufacture of ammonia and methanol, and for hydroprocessing operations in petroleum refineries. Also, since H2 is an energy carrier, it has been considered for stationary power and transportation applications. Hydrogen is produced on a commercial scale primarily from steam reforming and partial oxidation of natural gas, coal, coke, or resid, and electrolysis of water. Hydrogen is also a by-product from the production of gasoline and chemicals such as ethylene, styrene and MTBE.
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