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Webcast 4 Nov: Integrated power solutions to decarbonise the industrial sector

CHP technology facilitates the decarbonization process by lowering CO2 emissions and enhancing operational efficiency, making the industry more competitive.

Baker Hughes and Bloom Energy partner to drive energy transition

A new alliance has been formed by global energy technology companies Baker Hughes and Bloom Energy to accelerate the global shift to clean energy.
carbon capture

Baker Hughes to use mixed-salt process for carbon capture

A new deal signed by global energy technology company Baker Hughes will help the company to expand its portfolio of carbon capture technologies.
wave power

à‚£1.6m wave energy+storage pilot to power subsea oil and gas production

Wave power firm Mocean Energy, EC-OG, Chrysaor, Modus, OGTC and Baker Hughes to fund the pilot of a wave-powered system for running subsea equipment.

Virtual control systems unlock real-time business benefits

It is clear that customers are more willing to consider alternatives to their traditional business practices and see value in remote technologies.

Webcast recording: How to Adapt your Industrial Control Systems for 2021

Join Power Engineering International and Nexus Controls, a Baker Hughes business, as they explore how changes are impacting the future of control systems.

The first and last line of defence

Just when we thought our dependency on digital devices – and in turn our susceptibility to cyberattack – couldn't get greater, along came a global pandemic.

Webcast Recording: The Protected Plant: Assessing cybersecurity risk and building your roadmap

Access this recording where an expert panel answers burning questions around cybersecurity.

Hydrogen Council adds new members including Microsoft and Baker Hughes

The global coalition pushing for a power generation transition to zero carbon hydrogen has added a list of big corporate names to its membership.
green hydrogen

Baker Hughes and Snam test hybrid hydrogen turbine for gas transmission network

Baker Hughes and Snam say they have successfully completed testing on a first-ever hybrid hydrogen gas turbine for natural gas transmission systems.