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Transition pioneer leads by example

Baker Hughes was one of the first companies with substantial exposure to oil and gas to get serious about tackling its carbon footprint. Allyson Anderson Book speaks to Transition Economist about the progress made so far and the challenges that lie in its future

In January 2019, Baker Hughes committed to reducing CO2 equivalent emissions to net zero by 2050. It was among the first companies in the industry to do so and has been making solid progress ever since. The energy transition is now at the core of the energy technology company’s strategy. The transition was the central theme of the Houston-based company’s annual meeting in February, with a comprehensive schedule of session on subjects from the potential of carbon capture and storage and the buildout of the hydrogen economy to advancements in artificial intelligence and turbomachinery. Allyson Anderson Book, vice president of energy transition at Baker Hughes, was brought into the company la



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