Kellas Midstream is an energy infrastructure company that owns, manages and operates a portfolio of large-scale critical energy infrastructure assets in the Central and Southern North Sea, including the CATS (Central Area Transmission System) terminal on Teesside that transports and processes around a quarter of all UK gas production.
As the energy industry continues its transition to net zero, Kellas is bringing its experience, innovation and expertise in natural gas infrastructure to clean energy initiatives, including low carbon hydrogen, that will significantly contribute to industry decarbonization and domestic energy security, and support the UK’s net zero targets.
One such project is H2NorthEast, part of the East Coast Cluster which aims to remove 50% of the UK’s industrial cluster CO2 emissions form the Teesside and Humber regions. H2NorthEast is a low carbon, CCUS-enabled blue hydrogen production facility located next to the CATS terminal. Phase 1 of the project will deliver 355MW of low carbon hydrogen and further phases will see it providing as much as 10% of the UK’s target 10GW hydrogen production capacity by 2030.
Kellas is also exploring opportunities for gigawatt-scale green hydrogen production on Teesside in partnership with RWE, leveraging each company’s leading positions in energy infrastructure and renewables.