Baker Hughes signs direct air capture deal with HIF Global


Energy technology company Baker Hughes will supply eFuels specialist HIF Global with its Mosaic direct air capture (DAC) pilot units to secure a steady supply of carbon dioxide (CO2) for eFuels production.

HIF Global has two sites where it hopes to deploy the DAC technology, one in Chile and the other in Texas. It is hoped that the US-based site will commence operations in 2026.

The facility in Chile currently produces green hydrogen from wind electricity and water and combines the hydrogen with recycled carbon dioxide to create eFuels.

Cesar Norton, CEO of HIF Global, said cooperation with Baker Hughes accelerates its plan to capture 25 million tonnes of CO2 a yeah and combine it with green hydrogen to produce 150,000 barrels a day of eFuels.

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