Baker Hughes and Fortescue Future Industries to Collaborate on Green Hydrogen and Geothermal Projects
Baker Hughes and Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) have signed an MoU to explore opportunities to scale up and deploy innovative solutions for green hydrogen, green ammonia, and geothermal projects. Both companies believe they can hasten the energy transition with their respective expertise and portfolios of technologies. Baker Hughes will provide technologies such as liquefaction and compression, turboexpanders, and hydrogen-fueled turbines for hydrogen and ammonia production. Additionally, they will offer expertise in geothermal subsurface analysis, geothermal well services, emissions measurement, monitoring and carbon reinjection, and digital solutions for asset performance management and process optimization.
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The MoU was unveiled to a record attendance of over 1,600 energy and industry representatives at the 23rd Baker Hughes Annual Meeting, held in Florence, Italy. Discussions at the Annual Meeting revolved around the ever-evolving energy sector, potential strategies for mitigating climate change and creating global access to reliable affordable energy.