In this work, soot free non-thermal plasma reforming was experimentally investigated. Experiments were conducted for gas temperatures up to 200°C, gas flow rate from 0.1 to 2 LPM and percentage mixture of oxygen to fuel gases (Propane-nitrogen) from 0 to 30%. The flow stabilized corona discharge device under pulsed corona operations will be discussed. The results show that; (1) up to 40% of propane was converted to hydrogen, ethylene, methane, propylene and ethane etc.; (2) the hydrogen selectivity is near 50% of reformed gas; (3) soot free condition can be achieved with more then 3% of oxygen in the fuel gases at 200°C. The fundamental discharge characteristics of the discharge devices and soot formation characteristics will be discussed in detail.