SSE Thermal will develop the scheme with Aberdeen-headquartered infrastructure firm Kellas Midstream.
First gas has been achieved at the Tolmount East project in the UK North Sea operated by Harbour Energy (LON: HBR).
Kellas Midstream has lined up its first customer to receive blue hydrogen from the H2NorthEast project, with Statera Energy eyeing supplies for use in nearby power stations.
Engineering design work has begun on Kellas Midstream’s H2NorthEast hydrogen project on Teesside, with contracts dished out to Worley and Johnson Matthey.
Kellas Midstream and generator RWE have announced a partnership that will see the pair evaluate the potential for large-scale green hydrogen production in Teesside.
Aberdeen-headquartered Kellas Midstream has found its new CEO in TotalEnergies veteran Nathan Morgan.
A detailed timeline of the events that delayed the start-up of Harbour Energy’s (LON:HBR) Tolmount gas field has been published.
Blackrock is developing a new perpetual infrastructure fund which will see it invest in leading infrastructure businesses to help support the energy transition.
Production is underway at Harbour Energy’s Tolmount field, a source close to the company has confirmed.
It is full steam ahead for Aberdeen-headquartered Kellas Midstream as it plans to push on with a £750 million investment for a major blue hydrogen project.
Investigations are ongoing into a series of oil and gas releases at Harbour Energy’s problem plagued Tolmount project.
Kellas Midstream has announced plans to develop of a low-carbon blue hydrogen production facility in Teesside.
An alliance exploring offshore platform electrification in the UK can act as the “glue” that binds together a range of stakeholder interests and make projects a reality.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has brought on bosses at Schlumberger, Repsol Sinopec and Kellas Midstream to its board as it looks ahead to 2021.
A North Sea pipeline firm has been forced into liquidation after losing a court battle with Aberdeen-based Kellas Midstream.
Premier Oil has welcomed a major milestone after the Tolmount platform was successfully installed in the early hours of this morning.
An Aberdeen-headquartered company has successfully dismissed a £37m legal challenge around a major North Sea pipeline system.
Private-equity firm Antin Infrastructure Partners has agreed to sell North Sea pipeline and terminal owner Kellas Midstream, headquartered in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen-headquartered company is facing a further legal battle after winning a £33million ruling over a major North Sea pipeline system.
Figures show that a more diverse workforce will increase oil and gas sector profit, especially if more women work offshore, according to industry experts.
An Aberdeen-headquartered firm and its partners have been awarded £33million following a long-running legal battle over a major North Sea pipeline system.
Energy infrastructure company CATS Management has changed its name to Kellas Midstream.