DT Midstream to open national headquarters in Detroit

By Keefe Borden27 July 2021

DT Midstream headquarters, downtown Detroit.

DT Midstream Inc, a natural gas pipeline, storage and gathering company based in Detroit, will move into new corporate headquarters in Bedrock’s Ally Detroit Center later this year.

The new 26,000 sq. ft. facility on the 29th floor of the Ally Detroit Center near Campus Martius is scheduled to open Nov. 1. The contemporary office setting will feature traditional office space assigned for up to 84 people. DT Midstream, which employs nearly 300 people nationwide, completed its spinoff from DTE Energy on July 1.

“With the move of our headquarters into the Ally Detroit Center, we have an opportunity to showcase the city among many important customers from highly respected companies across the U.S. and Canada and meet our goal to attract and retain talent,” said David Slater, president and CEO of DT Midstream.

DTM’s Detroit headquarters will oversee assets in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, New York, Louisiana and Texas.

“We are so excited to welcome DT Midstream into our growing portfolio of companies committed to sustainability in Downtown Detroit,” said Naumann Idrees, Bedrock’s senior vice president of leasing.

DT Midstream is an owner, operator and developer of natural gas pipelines, storage fields, gathering systems as well as compression, treatment and processing facilities. The company has a portfolio of integrated assets strategically located in the premier Marcellus, Utica and Haynesville dry gas basins serving key growing markets.

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