Tritium was generated by the interaction of neutrons with the lithium and beryllium in the molten salt reactors (MSRs), which use Flibe as one of solvents of fluoride fuel. Tritium as by-product in the MSRs would be an important safety issue because it could easily diffuse through high temperature heat exchangers into environment. The experimental technique of gas driven permeation was used to investigate the transport parameter of hydrogen in Hastelloy C-276 which was considered as one of the candidate structure materials. The measurements were carried out at the temperature range of 400-800°C with hydrogen loading pressures ranging from 5×103 to 4×104 Pa. The H diffusive transport parameters for Hastelloy C-276 followed an Arrhenius law in this temperature range and were decreased due to the existence of the alloying elements compared with Ni201. The possible reason may be the trapping effects, which were formed by the alloying elements of Mo and Cr in the matrix. At the same time, the thin oxidation layer formed by the high Cr content could lead to the slower dissociation process of H2 at the surface.