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Kellas Midstream’s H2NorthEast wins first hydrogen customer

21 March 2024

Energy infrastructure company Kellas Midstream has signed a preliminary sales agreement with flexible energy storage operator and supplier Statera Energy for the supply of low-carbon hydrogen. It will substitute for natural gas in Statera’s local power plants.

H2NorthEast is a ground-breaking project to build a low-carbon, carbon-capture and storage-enabled blue hydrogen facility next to Kellas’ Central Area Transmission System gas processing terminal in Teesside. It will deliver 355 MW of hydrogen in Phase 1 to Statera’s nearby power-plants, rising to more than 1 GW by 2030.

Kellas Midstream CEO Nathan Morgan said the agreement was “an important statement of intent by Statera and highlights our commitment to engage meaningfully with stakeholders to make Teesside one of the world’s first decarbonised industrial clusters.”


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