Oilfield services firm Baker Hughes Co. said on Jan. 3 it has won a contract to provide carbon dioxide compression equipment to Petronas' Kasawari offshore carbon capture project.
The project is expected to be the world's largest offshore carbon capture and sequestration facility, the companies said.
Baker Hughes will provide turbocompression equipment to transport CO2 emitted from flaring at the Kasawari gas development and reinject it into a depleted offshore field through a subsea pipeline.
The contract will be booked in Baker Hughes' fourth quarter results, according to the company.
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