How sustainable business practices underpin our strategy to a low carbon energy future, including new models of operating post pandemic, plans to reduce emissions (scope 1, 2, and 3), life cycle emissions analysis of products and services; and polices and people required to advance tech in new energy areas.
How advanced design and manufacturing, digital solutions, remote operations, and AI are transforming the industry and future of work. Now that industry sees the value of interconnected digital ecosystems - both to ensure business continuity and achieve new performance milestones – we are using our combined expertise in all these areas to focus on what’s next.
How investments, technology and collaboration are driving innovation and advancing energy efficiency of oil and gas operations on the road to net-zero emissions. We are making strategic bets and positioning for new clean energy frontiers – including in hydrogen, CCS, and geothermal – where Baker Hughes can capitalize on opportunities through its existing capabilities.