By nurturing emerging technology today, we can decarbonize energy for tomorrow
We are committed to driving growth in CCUS technology through a combination of in-house research and development, partnerships, and new ventures.
We have already made a number of investments in carbon capture, storage, and transport technologies to advance the decarbonization of energy and industry.
Industry leading consultation for feasibility and economics
Our proven pre-FEED and FEED design and consultation supports even the most complex project development.
As a leader in CCUS technology and project development, we are uniquely positioned to support our customers' complex project economics and regulatory requirements while also enabling new types of partnerships.
Unparalleled commitment to innovation and cross-industry collaboration
Baker Hughes & Horisont Energy explore offshore carbon capture, transportation, & storage
This groundbreaking MoU will jointly explore development and integration of technologies for the Polaris carbon storage project in Norway and collaborate on new processes and technologies across the CCTS value chain for the energy industry.
Baker Hughes & Borg CO2 to collaborate on new carbon capture & storage hub
Learn more about the new collaboration between Baker Hughes and Borg CO2, partnering to develop a new carbon capture and storage hub for an industrial cluster in Norway.
Combining global subject matter expertise, with proven technology and design
With decades of experiences and a wealth of subject matter experts, Baker Hughes is uniquely positioned to support our customers feasibility and design support needs.
- Project economics and regulatory support
- Technical risk assessment
- Well permitting consultation
- Pre-FEED and FEED surface facility design
- Digital monitoring and controls
and enable new types of partnerships.
- Flexible, modular solutions from discrete products to a project development partner
- Outcome-based solution models
- Joint industry partnership and consortia
- CO2 monetization, incentives, and alternative funding
News and resources
While significant progress is being made, the industry needs to see a strong business case for CCUS. In addition to developing policies that promote investment in CCUS, DOE is investigating new ways to extract an economic benefit or additional value from capture CO2.