Energy Transition Shell, Baker Hughes Team Up to Achieve Net-Zero Emissions

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Under a strategic collaboration agreement between Shell and Baker Hughes, both the companies will work together to accelerate the global energy transition by assisting each other to achieve their individual net-zero carbon emissions commitments and advancing solutions to decarbonize energy and industrial sectors.

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Shell and Baker Hughes also agreed to broader collaboration to identify other opportunities to accelerate each other’s transition to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, such as Baker Hughes providing low-carbon technology solutions for Shell’s LNG fleet.
Shell and Baker Hughes also agreed to broader collaboration to identify other opportunities to accelerate each other’s transition to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, such as Baker Hughes providing low-carbon technology solutions for Shell’s LNG fleet.
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The Hague/Netherlands – Shell Global Solutions (Shell) and energy technology company Baker Hughes have signed a broad strategic collaboration agreement to accelerate the global energy transition by helping each other achieve their respective commitments for net-zero carbon emissions and advancing solutions to decarbonize energy and industrial sectors.

The memorandum of understanding (MOU) intends to build on the existing relationship between Shell and Baker Hughes in key areas:

• Shell will initially provide selected Baker Hughes U.S. sites with power and renewable energy credits and the companies will negotiate renewable power for Baker Hughes’ sites in Europe and Singapore.

• Shell and Baker Hughes also agreed to broader collaboration to identify other opportunities to accelerate each other’s transition to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, such as Baker Hughes providing low-carbon technology solutions for Shell’s LNG fleet.

The two companies will further explore potential opportunities to co-invest and participate in new models to decarbonize energy and industrial sectors.

Shell and Baker Hughes both have clear ambitions to decarbonize and have already made progress through technical innovations.

Harry Brekelmans, Projects & Technology director at Shell

Power agreement for certain Baker Hughes sites

As a first step in the collaboration, the parties seek to finalize Shell’s supply of certain Baker Hughes U.S. facilities with power and renewable energy credits for a two-year period. In 2021, Baker Hughes’ global renewable electricity consumption was 22 %, and with this agreement, it is expected to grow by 2 % to 24 % annually. Shell and Baker Hughes will also negotiate supply of up to 100 GWh of renewable power for Baker Hughes facilities in Europe and explore the development of an on-site solar solution for Baker Hughes’ chemical blending plant in Singapore.

Other solutions to meet companies’ net-zero carbon emissions targets

Shell and Baker Hughes will further collaborate to explore additional opportunities to help Baker Hughes accelerate its transition to net-zero carbon equivalent emissions, including Shell providing low-carbon transportation and fuel solutions for Baker Hughes.

In turn, Shell will evaluate opportunities for Baker Hughes to provide low-carbon solutions for Shell’s LNG fleet through technology upgrades and compressor re-bundles. Baker Hughes will also help Shell develop digital solutions to accelerate decarbonization across Shell’s global assets and operations.

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