Delaware City Refinery to Build Hydrogen Plant, Boost Fuel Production

Delaware News Journal, August 13, 2018

PBF Energy recently announced that it will build a new hydrogen plant at the company's 190,000 bpd Delaware City Refinery.  Hydrogen, a key sulfur-removing catalyst in oil refining, will allow PBF to capitalize on a wave of demand for clean diesel, according to analyst Paul Sankey. And, with additional hydrogen, not only will the refinery be able to produce larger amounts of low-sulfur fuel for ships, but it will also be able to continue with a key competitive advantage: refining less expensive, heavy crude.

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