Baker Hughes, Primus Lines to collaborate on repurposing pipelines for hydrogen

With hydrogen pipelines seen as a key method of transporting the clean energy carrier over long distances, Baker Hughes and Primus Line will collaborate to repurpose existing pipelines for hydrogen.

Established through a memorandum of understanding (MoU) the two companies will collaborate on commercial models and joint customer offerings to drive non-metallic pipeline growth.

This will also support the implementation of hydrogen-ready pipelines for transporting the gas to various industrial locations.

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Re-purposing pipelines for hydrogen storage and transportation

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