Baker Hughes and PAO NOVATEK will introduce hydrogen blends into the main process of natural gas liquefaction to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, the companies confirmed today (1st Feb).
The announcement is part of a cooperation agreement through which the companies will reduce emissions from natural gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) production.
As part of the partnership, Baker Hughes will develop and implement its compression and power generation technology solutions at NOVATEK LNG projects.
The agreement will begin with a pilot program to introduce hydrogen blends into the main process for natural gas liquefaction to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from LNG facilities, including NOVATEK’s Yamal LNG complex.
Baker Hughes will provide engineering and turbomachinery equipment to convert existing natural gas liquefaction trains at Yamal LNG to run on hydrogen blends rather than solely run with methane from feed gas.
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