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Kellas Midstream starts H2NorthEast hydrogen Feed

4 October 2023

Infrastructure operator Kellas Midstream has started front-end engineering design (Feed) work with Worley and Johnson Matthey on its 355-MW H2NorthEast hydrogen project in Teesside. The project won government funding in March.

Moving into Feed brings Kellas nearer a final investment decision, targeted for 2025. First hydrogen production is targeted in 2028, it said in an October 3 statement.

Worley will deliver a full-scope Feed package over the next 15 months, which might be followed by engineering, procurement and construction as well as work on a possible expansion project. Johnson Matthey will deploy its leading LCH™ technology that brings over 95% carbon capture, which is higher than the UK Low Carbon Hydrogen Standard.

Pictured (L-R) are: Ross McPherson of Worley, Guy Appleton and Nathan Morgan of Kellas Midstream & Phil Ingram of Johnson Matthey (courtesy Kellas Midstream).

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