Baker Hughes acquires 20% stake in Ekona to advance turquoise hydrogen production technology

Baker Hughes is continuing its investment into hydrogen by acquiring a 20% stake in Ekona, a move that aims to produce cleaner and lower cost turquoise hydrogen.

The investment will advance the development of a novel methane pyrolysis technology platform to create a more effective process for producing turquoise hydrogen – a process that use combustion and high-speed gas dynamics in a reactor to separate feedstock methane into hydrogen and solid carbon.

The result is a production process that drastically reduces carbon dioxide emissions.

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