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Midstream is used in the energy industry to describe the processing and transportation of electricity, natural gas, and other related products from production sites (upstream) to end-users (downstream). Midstream activities are essential in ensuring that the products are transported safely and efficiently while adhering to environmental and safety standards.
Midstream is a key part of the energy supply chain, connecting upstream producers with downstream clients. Midstream companies, like ENGIE Global Energy Management & Sales, also play a role in supporting the growth of the energy industry by investing in new infrastructure, technology, and equipment.
As the world transitions to cleaner energy sources, midstream companies will continue to play a key role in supporting the transportation and storage of renewable gas such as biomethane and hydrogen.