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A supported metal sulphide - based catalyst was prepared and studied for the reaction of H2S oxidative decomposition to produce simultaneously H2 and sulphur. The study was carried out by investigating different operating conditions such as H2S inlet concentration (10 - 40 vol%), O2/H2S feeding molar ratio (0.2 - 0.35) and reaction temperature (700 – 1,100 °C) with the aim to minimize SO2 selectivity and maximize the H2 yield together with a good H2S conversion. From the preliminarydoi:10.3303/cet1870055 doaj:e3dbf725b0894a3781b5c86d515e3ef9 fatcat:kcizigft2zhj7pcu7xas5ptksa