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Baker Hughes and Samsung Engineering to collaborate on CCUS and hydrogen projects

By Mary Page Bailey |

Baker Hughes (Houston) and Samsung Engineering Co.  (Seoul, South Korea) have announced a collaboration with regards to low to zero-carbon projects utilizing carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) and hydrogen technologies.    

As part of the collaboration, Baker Hughes and Samsung Engineering will identify joint business development opportunities for energy and industrial customers to help reduce their emissions, including the areas of hydrogen and carbon capture and utilization.

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 including water treatment and air pollution prevention applications. The two companies will initially focus on projects with key Korean customers domestically and abroad, as well as considering expansions to other customers or regions where there is opportunity to do so.

Duckkyu Moon, Senior Vice President and Head of Solution Business Division at Samsung Engineering, said, “We are excited to partner with a leading technology provider like Baker Hughes to deliver advanced technologies for CCUS and hydrogen to our customers. We are positioning ourselves as a green solution provider, and we will continue to invest in technology and develop new projects for pursuing carbon neutrality.”

Rod Christie, Executive Vice President of Turbomachinery & Process Solutions at Baker Hughes, said, “In order to meet the Paris Climate Accords by 2050, energy solutions that utilize hydrogen and CCUS to decarbonize operations are critical. Together with partners such as Samsung Engineering, Baker Hughes is committed to making low- to zero-carbon operations a reality for our customers. Our leading technologies and engineering capabilities will provide new opportunities for implementation as we advance these new energy frontiers.”

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