Steam reforming is the most widespread process for the generation of hydrogen-rich synthesis gas from light hydrocarbons. The feed materials: natural gas, liquid gas or naphtha are endothermically converted with water steam into synthesis gas in catalytic reactors. Process heat as well as flue gas are used for the steam generation and heating other process streams.
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