Mitsubishi Power and DT Midstream partner for clean hydrogen projects

Mitsubishi Power

Mitsubishi Power, a leading power generation and energy storage solutions provider, has partnered with DT Midstream, a natural gas pipeline and storage provider. The partnership intends to advance clean hydrogen infrastructure projects across the US.

Firstly, the two companies entered into a strategic joint development agreement, also known as JDA. The agreement’s objective is to advance clean hydrogen solutions from infrastructure, delivery, storage, and end-use.

Particularly, the partners will identify, develop and deploy projects that integrate Mitsubishi Power’s power generation and hydrogen technologies; with DT Midstream’s energy infrastructure development and operational expertise to decarbonize utility, transportation, and industrial sectors.

Moreover, the JDA focuses on production, storage transportation, and the use of hydrogen. Some opportunities that the partnership will leverage include offering hydrogen in liquefied or compressed form for multiple applications such as power generation and transport and steelmaking, refining, and fertilizer manufacturing.

In addition, as outlined above, under the terms of the JDA, Mitsubishi Power will employ its Hydaptive hydrogen package technology. This package integrates renewable power, gas turbines, hydrogen, and other energy storage technologies.

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Mitsubishi Power to build hydrgen hubs in Utah and North Dakota

On the other hand, T Midstream will provide gas delivery experience and leverage assets such as interstate and intrastate pipelines; gathering systems, and storage systems. In fact, DT Midstream has approximately 1,200 miles of transportation pipelines; more than 1,000 miles of gathering lines linking supply to major demand markets.

About the relevance of the partnership, David Hunt, Mitsubishi Power Americas’ Senior Vice President of New Generation Systems Sales and Commercial Operations, said. “Our goal with DT Midstream is to make clean, affordable hydrogen widely available for power generation and other sectors.”

He also commented. “This collaboration will add to the ‘hub and spoke’ hydrogen infrastructure we have been creating with partnerships throughout North America.” Indeed, Mitsubishi Power has previously announced clean energy hubs under development in Utah and North Dakota.

Finally, David Slater, DT Midstream’s CEO, said. “Mitsubishi Power’s generation equipment and hydrogen project development advancements make them an ideal strategic partner for DTM as we work to expand our low carbon energy transition platform and provide clean energy solutions to customers.”

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