Hydrogen’s largest use historically, by far, has been as a feedstock or chemical agent in the refining, petrochemical, chemical, fertilizer, steel, and food industries. Hydrogen is vital to the major reactions of hydrodesulfurization, hydrocracking, hydrodealkylation, hydrogenation and reduction reactions that upgrade/clean our fossil fuels, saturate fats and oils, and produce building block chemicals (like ammonia and methanol).
About these documents
This website centralises publications on hydrogen, with a particular focus on technology and especially safety.
The publications are issued by industrial gases associations or standardisation bodies.
Depending on the issuing organisation, some publications may not be available for free download.