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We just wrapped a series of dynamic dialogues on the energy transition with global leaders from across the industry as part of our Annual Meeting conference, covering a range of topics, including deploying AI for the digital transformation of energy, solutions to decarbonise LNG and the industrial sector, accelerating the adoption of hydrogen and CCUS and much more.
Tell us about Baker Hughes’ involvement in the hydrogen sector new and old (merchant refinery hydrogen and now with hydrogen and CCUS)?
We have turbomachinery technology that can serve the entire hydrogen value chain – from production to transportation and utilisation.
We’ve continuously invested in hydrogen technology throughout the years and acquired extensive experience in downstream applications that involve hydrogen, as much as 100% hydrogen. In fact, our experience in the treatment of hydrogen began in 1962 with our first hydrogen compressor – today we have over 2,000 hydrogen compressors installed and running around the world – while in 2008 we built the first turbine in the world (10 MW power) to run on 100% hydrogen for Enel’s Fusina Hydrogen Power Project in Italy. Most recently we’re working on a number of projects to introduce hydrogen into existing infrastructure with solutions that can be deployed and scaled in a cost competitive manner:
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