Temps may be at shiver level in Detroit, but in the DTE C-suite plans for the Michigan utility’s new subsidiary are heating up. DTE in July spun off its non-utility business creating DT Midstream, which operates eight natural gas pipelines serving the Marcellus/Utica and Haynesville, as well as a 94 BCF storage complex. Reese Energy Consulting today is following the latest news from DT Midstream now entering the hydrogen sphere in a collaboration with Fla.-based Mitsubishi Power Americas. Global demand for H2 is expected to grow by 50% within the next decade. The partnership will identify, develop, and deploy projects across the U.S. that produce, store, and transport hydrogen by pairing Mitsubishi’s technologies with DT’s infrastructure and operational capabilities. Mitsubishi Power has signed similar agreements to create hydrogen hubs in N.D., and Utah which would connect by pipeline to other like hubs. The company in May announced a partnership with Texas Brine, the nation’s largest brine producer with salt positions in N.Y., Va., Texas, and La., to develop large-scale underground repositories for hydrogen.
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DT Midstream is an owner, operator and developer of natural gas midstream interstate and intrastate pipelines; storage and gathering systems; and compression, treatment and surface facilities. They provide clean, natural gas to gas and electric utilities, power plants, marketers, large industrial customers and energy producers across the Southern, Northeastern and Midwestern United States and into Canada.