Hydrogen and equipment for its production in Russia: Production, Market and Forecast (3rd edition)
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This report is the third edition of a study of the Russian hydrogen market and equipment for its production in 2004-2017.
The purpose of the study is to analyze the Russian hydrogen market and equipment for its production.
The object of research is hydrogen.
This work is a desk study. Information sources of Rosstat, customs statistics of the Russian Federation, railway transportations of the Russian Federation, UNDate international trade operations, InfoMine database, as well as materials of the branch and regional press, annual and quarterly reports of securities issuers, Internet sites of producers and hydrogen consumers.
Chronological scope of the study: 2004-2017; forecast - 2018-2030.
Geography of the study: The Russian Federation - a comprehensive detailed analysis of the market.
The report consists of 7 parts, contains 138 pages, including 20 figures, 45 tables and 4 applications.
The first chapter of the report is devoted to the technology of hydrogen production. It deals with methods of hydrogen production, equipment for its production, developers and equipment suppliers (Russian and foreign).
The second chapter reflects the production of hydrogen in Russia in 2004-2017. In this section, the qualitative indicators of the products are given. The characteristics of those few enterprises that produce commercial hydrogen for the purpose of supplying it to the domestic market are given, as well as specialized gas companies engaged in the sale of hydrogen.
The third chapter considers the structure of hydrogen prices: the cost of production, transportation, storage. The prices of hydrogen suppliers in 2017-2018 are given.
The fourth chapter is devoted to the consumption of hydrogen in Russia. It examines the volume and structure of hydrogen consumption in 2004-2017. This chapter presents summary tables on hydrogen consumption by industry and enterprises, and describes hydrogen projects currently being implemented in Russian companies.
Foreign trade in hydrogen is practically not carried out, because there is no network of hydrogen pipelines. There are only small gas deliveries in bottles that do not have a noticeable effect on the domestic market. Therefore, there is no section devoted to the export-import of hydrogen in this work.
The fifth and sixth chapters are devoted to the transportation and storage of hydrogen.
In the seventh chapter the forecast of production and consumption of hydrogen in Russia up to 2030 is given.
The appendices contain data on hydrotreatment and hydrocracking plants at the Russian refineries, as well as contact information of the main Russian enterprises that produce and supply commercial hydrogen to the domestic market.
The target audience of the study:
- participants in the hydrogen market - producers, consumers, traders;
- potential investors.
The proposed study claims to be a reference tool for marketing services and specialists who make management decisions that work in the hydrogen market.
I. Technology of hydrogen production
I.1. Methods of producing hydrogen
I.2. Equipment for hydrogen production and compression
I.2.1. Suppliers of equipment for the production of electrolytic hydrogen
I.2.2. Developers of equipment for the production of hydrogen by the conversion of natural gas
I.2.3. Suppliers of equipment for extracting hydrogen from process streams
I.2.4. Foreign manufacturers and suppliers of equipment
I.2.5. Suppliers of equipment for hydrogen compression
I.3. Normative base for hydrogen compression
II. Hydrogen production in Russia in 2004-2017
II.1. Requirements to the quality of hydrogen of different brands
II.1.1. Hydrogen technical gaseous
II.1.2. The hydrogen gas is pure
II.1.3. Hydrogen is especially pure; technical hydrogen of high purity
II.2. Dynamics of hydrogen production in Russia in 2004-2017
II.3. The structure of hydrogen production
II.4. The main producers of commercial hydrogen in the Russian market
II.5. The main suppliers of hydrogen to the Russian market
III. The structure of hydrogen prices
III.1. production cost
III.2. Prices of hydrogen suppliers in 2011-2018
III.3. Cost of transportation
IV. Consumption of hydrogen in Russia in 2004-2017
IV.1. Volumes and patterns of hydrogen consumption in 2004-2017
IV.2. The main consumers of hydrogen in the Russian market
IV.2.1. Consumers of hydrogen in the chemical industry
IV.2.2. Consumers of hydrogen in oil refining
IV.2.3. Consumers of hydrogen in metallurgy
IV.2.4. Consumers of hydrogen in the electronic and electrical industries
IV.2.5. Consumers of hydrogen in electric power industry
IV.2.6. Consumers of hydrogen in the glass industry
IV.2.7. Consumers of hydrogen in food industry
IV.2.8. Other consumers of hydrogen
V. Transportation of hydrogen within Russia
V.1. Methods of transporting hydrogen
V.2. Geography and traffic volumes
VI. Storage of hydrogen
VII. Forecast of production and consumption of hydrogen up to 2030
Appendix 1. Address book of the largest Russian hydrogen producers
Appendix 2. Address book of the largest Russian enterprises supplying hydrogen
Appendix 3. Reforming plants at oil refineries in Russia
Appendix 4. Installations of hydrocracking at oil refineries in Russia
Table 1: Selected properties of normal hydrogen and para-hydrogen related to its safety
Table 2: Hydrogen content in the main industrial sources of waste hydrogen-containing gases,%
Table 3: Comparative characteristics of electrolyzers for hydrogen production
Table 4: Technical characteristics of industrial electrolyzers of the SEU of JSC "Uralkhimmash"
Table 5: Technical characteristics of industrial electrolyzers BEU and FV of Uralkhimmash JSC
Table 6: The main technical characteristics of the electrolysis plant FS-10.25 produced by "IFTI"
Table 7: Recipient enterprises, installations of FS-525 and FS-525M manufactured by LLC "IFTI"
Table 8: Brief specifications of the hydrogen generator "ELDIS-130"
Table 9: Technical characteristics of the natural gas conversion unit UVR-250 (NPP "Mashprom")
Table 10: Technical characteristics of membrane hydrogen plants LLC "Grasis"
Table 11: Technical characteristics of adsorption hydrogen plants ООО "Грасис"
Table 12: The largest foreign suppliers of industrial electrolyzers to the Russian market in 2007-2017, pieces
Table 13: Specifications of an atmospheric electrolyzer manufactured by Norsk Hydro Electrolysers
Table 14: Specifications of piston compressors type 6GSH
Table 15: Specifications of the piston compressor 2ГМ4-9,6 / 161
Table 16: Specifications of piston compressors from CompAir
Table 17: Norm for hydrogen of technical gaseous (according to GOST 3022-80)
Table 18: Norm for hydrogen of pure gaseous (according to GOST R 51673-2000)
Table 19: High-purity hydrogen quality indicators (HF) according to TU 2118-06-18136415-05
Table 20: Indicators of hydrogen quality of technical high purity (TCR) according to TU 2118-05-18136415-05
Table 21: Indicators of economic growth in the Russian Federation in comparison with the previous year in 2004-2017,%
Table 22: Hydrogen production by industry in 2012-2017, kt
Table 23: The largest Russian producers of commodity hydrogen
Table 24: Some performance indicators of JSC "SKTBE" in 2009-2016
Table 25: Consumers of hydrogen produced by PJSC "Novosibirsk Chemical Concentrates Plant" in 2002-2017, kg
Table 26: The largest Russian suppliers of hydrogen in cylinders
Table 27: Physicochemical parameters of hydrogen produced by NPK Nauka LLC
Table 28: Advantages and disadvantages of the basic methods of hydrogen production
Table 29: Cost of 1 ton of commercial hydrogen for large-scale production by various methods, $
Table 30: Hydrogen prices of the largest suppliers
Table 31: Specific cost of pipeline transportation of gaseous hydrogen at a pressure of 7 MPa
Table 32: Cost of services of trade companies for the delivery of hydrogen in cylinders by road, rubles. (in view of VAT)
Table 33: Cost of Hydrogen Storage Cylinders
Table 34: Production of ammonia and hydrogen in Russia in 2011-2017, kt
Table 35: Production of methanol and hydrogen in Russia in 2011-2017, kt
Table 36: Production of butyl alcohols and hydrogen in Russia in 2011-2017, kt
Table 37: Production of electrolytic caustic soda and hydrogen in Russia in 2011-2017, kt
Table 38: Hydrogen balance in shallow oil processing, thousand tons per year 100% hydrogen
Table 39: Change in oil refining capacity in 2005-2015 in Russia, million tons
Table 40: Russian refineries, which have additional plants for the production of hydrogen
Table 41: Conditions for carrying out heat treatment of cold-rolled steel at metallurgical enterprises of the Russian Federation
Table 42: Volumes of production of cold-rolled steel and consumption of hydrogen in Russia in 2004-2017, kt
Table 43: Major Russian research organizations involved in work on hydrogen energy and fuel cells
Table 44: Technical characteristics of a railway and automobile tanker for the transport of liquid hydrogen
Table 45: Volumes of hydrogen transport in cylinders by rail in 2002-2017, pcs.
Figure 1: Structure of industrial gas production in Russia, (2016)%
Figure 2: Electrolyzers for hydrogen production, produced by Uralkhimmash JSC
Figure 3: Installation of UVR-250, developed by JSC NPP "Mashprom"
Figure 4: Piston compressor type 6GSH
Figure 5: Reciprocating compressor type 2GM
Figure 6: Dynamics of hydrogen production in Russia in 2004 -2017, million tons
Figure 7: Change in the structure of hydrogen production in Russia in 2004-2017,%
Figure 8: Dynamics of hydrogen production in JSC "Redkinsky Pilot Plant" in 2009-2017, thousand m3
Figure 9: Dynamics of hydrogen production in JSC "Design Bureau of Chemical Automatics" in 2011-2017, thousand m3
Figure 10: Block diagram of the production of liquid hydrogen JSC "Niikhimmash"
Figure 11: The balance of production and consumption of hydrogen in Russia
Figure 12: Structure of hydrogen consumption in 2010 and 2017,%
Figure 13: Dynamics of hydrogen consumption by Russian chemical enterprises in 2004-2017, kt
Figure 14: Hydrogen consumption in oil refining
Figure 15: Consumption of hydrogen in metallurgy
Figure 16: Production of metallized raw materials (million tons) and hydrogen consumption in Russia (thousand tons) in 2004-2017
Figure 17: The main Russian producers of flat glass
Figure 18: Production of float glass in the Russian Federation in 2004-2017 (in physical terms, million m2) and hydrogen consumption, t
Figure 19: The autorecipient for the transport of hydrogen in a compressed state
Figure 20: Forecast of hydrogen production in Russia for the period up to 2030, million tons