Novel H2/CH4 separation technology development

December 1st, 2021

R&D Focus Areas:
Separation materials and technologies

Lead Organisation:
University of Melbourne

Future Fuels CRC


Start date:
June 2019

Project summary description:
This project aims to develop novel technology for hydrogen separation in future fuels systems, also known as ‘deblending technology’. The technology to be developed in this project looks to change the concentration of hydrogen-methane mixtures and is highly relevant to industry. The adsorption-based separation technology allows for an increase in the range of equipment and appliances which can use a hydrogen-methane stream of variable concentration.

Further information:
RP1.3-02 Novel H2/CH4 Separation Technology Development


Reviewed: May 2024