ABERDEEN, UK — Kellas Midstream and RWE will jointly investigate the potential for large-scale green hydrogen production on the Teesside industrial area of northeast England.
Under their memorandum of understanding, the site will be located close to emerging hydrogen infrastructure.
Kellas owns and operates energy infrastructure in the UK North Sea, including the CATS (Central Area Transmission System) terminal on Teesside that transports and processes around a quarter of the UK’s produced gas.
It is also the location for Kellas’ H2NorthEast blue hydrogen project that will deliver more than 1 GW of low-carbon hydrogen.
RWE is assessing opportunities elsewhere in the UK such as potential green hydrogen plants at Pembroke, west Wales, Didcot in southern England, and Markinch in eastern Scotland.
The company is targeting 2 GW of green hydrogen development across its core markets by 2030.