GTI/Greenfield Fueling Station
Natural gas is treated to remove impurities and then heat is added to strip the hydrogen molecules from the natural gas. The result is pure hydrogen and carbon dioxide. The hydrogen is then compressed and stored under high pressure. It can then be dispensed in a device somewhat comparable to a gasoline pump.
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Source: Gas Technology Institute.