It was a pleasure to host the Rt Hon Graham Stuart, Minister of State for Climate on a visit to our CATS terminal on Teesside on 31 October, accompanied by a delegation attending the Department for International Trade’s Green Trade & Investment Expo, part of DIT’s International Trade Week.
The visitors were hosted by Dave Robson, Kellas Hydrogen External Relations Lead, Phil Conner, Kellas Technical Director, and James Biscomb, CATS Manager with our operating partner, Wood. They gave the group an overview of CATS as well as our H2NorthEast project which led to a lively discussion about the opportunities hydrogen can bring to the region, before heading out to look around the plant and enjoy the fantastic Teesside sunshine.
H2NorthEast will deliver over 1GW of low carbon hydrogen to energy
intensive and hard to abate industries by 2030 and will help put the UK
on track to lead the global shift to net zero.