Baker Hughes and Samsung Engineering have announced a new collaboration that will explore low to zero-carbon projects utilising carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) and hydrogen technologies.
As part of this new collaboration, Baker Hughes and Samsung will identify joint business development opportunities for energy and industrial customers to help reduce emissions.
Areas of opportunity for Baker Hughes’ technology includes compression and NovaLT gas turbine technology as well as flexible pipes for transportation.
Samsung Engineering plans to provide its engineering, procurement and construction expertise for offering and deploying low carbon solutions for projects across refineries, petrochemical plants and cutting-edge industrial and environmental facilities.
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