Baker Hughes is enhancing its broader carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) portfolio, having today (28th June) announced an investment in Electrochaea.
Through its investment in the growth stage company, Baker Hughes will be able to provide an integrated solution for customers across the carbon dioxide (CO2) value chain to enable the production of low carbon synthetic natural gas and captured CO2 and green hydrogen.
The above will be possible through Electrochaea’s bio-methanation process which is scalable and complementary to Baker Hughes’ already standing CCU portfolio.
As a result of the investment, the companies will now join effort to accelerate to scale up and industrialise the technology and develop the commercialisation of an integrated carbon capture and utilisation solution.
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