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USA Drops Rigs Week on Week
July 5, 2022
Source: Rigzone

USA Drops Rigs Week on Week

The U.S. dropped three rigs week on week, according to Baker Hughes’ latest rotary rig count, which was released on July 1. Baker Hughes’ latest count showed that the U.S. dropped four land rigs and added one offshore rig week on week. The total rig count in the U.S. is now said to be 750, comprising 730 land rigs, 17 offshore rigs and three inland water rigs. Of the 750 total, 595 are classified as oil rigs, 153 are classified as gas rigs, and two are classified as miscellaneous rigs. Canada’s weekly rig count increased by 12, according to Baker Hughes’ latest rig figures, which showed that the country’s total rig count now stands at 166. Of this total rig figure, 109 rigs are classified as oil rigs and 57 rigs are classified as gas rigs. North America’s total rig count now stands at 916, Baker Hughes’ count highlights.

Methane Market Boosting Growth Worldwide by 2030 | Gasrec Ltd., CNG Services Ltd, Arrow Energy., etc.
June 27, 2022

Methane Market Boosting Growth Worldwide by 2030 | Gasrec Ltd., CNG Services Ltd, Arrow Energy., etc.

The Global Methane Market will be analyzed based on key market vendors, their product benchmarking, SWOT analysis, and the company’s financial data such as annual revenue, research and development expenses, net income, and geographical presence. The key vendors in the Global Methane Market include Gasrec Ltd., CNG Services Ltd, Arrow Energy., BG Group, Baker Hughes, Dart Energy, Blue Energy, BP Plc, SGN, VERBIO, MagneGas, Gazasia Ltd, Biogas Products Ltd., Schmack Carbotech GmbH, SoCalGas, ConocoPhillips, China United Coalbed Methane, Encana Corp, Halliburton, Fortune Oil Plc, Metgasco Ltd, Origin Energy, Petronas, Nexen. These vendors are actively involved in organic and inorganic strategies to increase their market share and expand their geographical presence. Organic growth strategies include product launches, geographical expansion, R&D expenses, and organization restructuring. Inorganic growth strategies include merger & acquisition, partnership, and strategic collaboration. The Methane market report shows the competitive scenario of the major market players dependent on the sales income, client requests, organization profile, and the business tactics utilized in the market which will help the emerging market segments in making vital business decisions. This study also covers company profiling, specifications and product picture, market share, and contact information of various regional, international, and local vendors of the Global Methane Market.

Cairn Oil & Gas signs contract with Baker Hughes in Rajasthan
June 25, 2022
Source: The Statesman

Cairn Oil & Gas signs contract with Baker Hughes in Rajasthan

The Cairn Oil & Gas, India’s largest private oil and gas exploration and production company, has signed a contract with Baker Hughes, an energy technology company, to harness geothermal energy from its repurposed oil and gas wells in Rajasthan. On successful execution, the contract will help Cairn Oil & Gas co-produce up to 2.4 MW of electricity along with oil and gas and offset 17,000 tons of greenhouse gas per annum. This contract follows Cairn Oil & Gas’ recently announced ESG roadmap where it is committed to becoming a net-zero company by 2050, a spokesperson said here on Friday.

Halliburton, Schlumberger, Baker Hughes Freeze Russian Ops
March 22, 2022
Source: Rigzone

Halliburton, Schlumberger, Baker Hughes Freeze Russian Ops

In line with a myriad of oil companies that decided to suspend or completely abandon any operations in Russia following its invasion of Ukraine, three giant U.S. oilfield services players Halliburton, Schlumberger, and Baker Hughes announced that they would be doing the same.

Hydraulic Fracturing Market to Reach USD 28.93 Billion by 2028 Increasing Demand for Advanced Hydraulic Equipment in Exploration Activities to Fuel Market Growth Fortune Business Insights
Jan. 11, 2022
Source: Globe News Wire

Hydraulic Fracturing Market to Reach USD 28.93 Billion by 2028 Increasing Demand for Advanced Hydraulic Equipment in Exploration Activities to Fuel Market Growth Fortune Business Insights

Pune, India, Jan. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global hydraulic fracturing market size is projected to touch USD 28.93 billion by 2028, exhibiting a CAGR of 9.5% during the forecast period. The market stood at USD 11.74 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 15.31 billion in 2021. The rising demand for oil, gas, and other petroleum products and the rising demand for advanced hydraulic equipment for exploration may propel market growth. Fortune Business Insights™ provides this information in its report, titled, “Hydraulic Fracturing Market, 2021-2028.”

Drilling activity on the rise in US, Canada and global markets, says Baker Hughes
Nov. 27, 2021
Source: The Edge Market

Drilling activity on the rise in US, Canada and global markets, says Baker Hughes

KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 27): Drilling activity in the US and international markets has continued to pick up, according to Baker Hughes Tool Company. Baker Hughes is an industrial service company and one of the world's largest oilfield service companies. Since 1944, it began weekly counts of US and Canadian drilling activity, and initiated its monthly international rig count in 1975. As of Wednesday (Nov 24), the US had added six rigs from the prior week to 569, up from 249 a year earlier. Canada added 69 rigs to 800 from a week before, up from 171 rigs from a year ago.

USA Adds Several Rigs Week on Week
Nov. 9, 2021
Source: Rigzone

USA Adds Several Rigs Week on Week

The United States added six rigs week on week, according to Baker Hughes’ latest rotary rig count, which was released on November 5. The country’s total rig count now stands at 550, comprising 535 land rigs, 13 offshore rigs and two inland water rigs, Baker Hughes revealed. Of this total rig count, 450 rigs are categorized as oil rigs, with the remaining 100 categorized as gas rigs, Baker Hughes’ figures show.

U.S. drillers add oil and gas rigs for second week in a row -Baker Hughes
May 10, 2021
Source: Energyworld

U.S. drillers add oil and gas rigs for second week in a row -Baker Hughes

U.S. energy firms added oil and natural gas rigs for a second week in a row as higher oil prices prompted some drillers to return to the wellpad. The oil and gas rig count, an early indicator of future output, rose eight to 448 in the week to May 7, its highest since April 2020, energy services firm Baker Hughes Co said in its closely followed report on Friday. That put the total rig count 74 rigs, or 20%, higher than this time last year. It was also up 84% since falling to a record low of 244 in August 2020, according to Baker Hughes

Baker Hughes and Akastor ASA form global offshore drilling joint venture
March 3, 2021
Source: world oil

Baker Hughes and Akastor ASA form global offshore drilling joint venture

Baker Hughes and Akastor ASA have announced an agreement to create a joint venture company that will bring together Baker Hughes’ Subsea Drilling Systems business with Akastor’s wholly-owned subsidiary, MHWirth AS. The JV will deliver a global full-service offshore drilling equipment offering that will provide customers with a broad portfolio of products and services. The Company will be owned 50-50 by Baker Hughes and Akastor. Merrill A. “Pete” Miller will serve as chairman and chief executive officer.

Baker Hughes expands non-metallic materials with new composite flexible pipe for onshore pipelines
Feb. 17, 2021
Source: world oil

Baker Hughes expands non-metallic materials with new composite flexible pipe for onshore pipelines

Baker Hughes announced the launch of its next-generation Onshore Composite Flexible Pipe to address the corrosion and cost of ownership challenges with a conventional steel pipe for the energy, oil and gas and industrial sectors. Key feature of the pipe is its proven spoolable design, making it easier, faster and more cost-effective to transport and install versus steel pipe – reducing installed costs by more than 20%.

Shell, C3 AI, Baker Hughes, and Microsoft launch the Open AI Energy Initiative, an ecosystem of AI solutions to help transform the energy industry
Feb. 2, 2021
Source: World oil

Shell, C3 AI, Baker Hughes, and Microsoft launch the Open AI Energy Initiative, an ecosystem of AI solutions to help transform the energy industry

OAI provides framework for energy operators, service providers, equipment providers, and independent software vendors for energy services to offer interoperable solutions, including AI and physics-based models, monitoring, diagnostics, prescriptive actions, powered by BHC3™ AI Suite and Microsoft Azure. First set is provided by Shell and Baker Hughes focus on reliability and designed to improve uptime and performance of energy assets/processes.

Baker Hughes sees global LNG projects picking up in 2021
Jan. 25, 2021
Source: World oil

Baker Hughes sees global LNG projects picking up in 2021

Baker Hughes Co. expects as many as four liquefied natural gas projects globally to move to a final investment decision this year amid a global revival of the fuel after last year's pandemic-induced collapse. By 2030, we still need to have capacity of approximately 650 to 700 million tons of LNG in place," CEO Lorenzo Simonelli told analysts and investors.

3C soon to be part of Baker Hughes
Nov. 4, 2020
Source: worldoil.com

3C soon to be part of Baker Hughes

Baker Hughes will be acquiring technology company 3C. It is part of Baker Hughes's commitment to providing decarbonization solutions for carbon-intensive industries. 3C's rotating bed technology enhances the carbon capture process resulting in up to 75% smaller footprint and lower capital expenditures. With this agreement, 3C will get to upscale and commercialize its technology whereas Baker Hughes will be able to strengthen its strategy, technology, and manufacturing in the area of carbon capture.

Baker Hughes Co. posted its second consecutive quarterly loss
July 23, 2020
Source: Reuters

Baker Hughes Co. posted its second consecutive quarterly loss

Baker Hughes Co posted its second consecutive quarterly loss on Wednesday as oil producers stopped drilling new wells and drastically cut their budgets following a collapse in crude oil prices. Baker Hughes has cut its 2020 budget by over 20% year-on-year and disclosed plans to exit or shut down non-core product lines, including North American full-service drilling and completions fluids business.

Baker Hughes posts a net loss of $10b for 1Q20
April 23, 2020
Source: Reuters

Baker Hughes posts a net loss of $10b for 1Q20

Oilfield firm Baker Hughes Co on Wednesday reported a $10 billion first-quarter loss and revenue fell more than expected as an 80% plunge in oil prices crushed demand for services and equipment. Refinitv Eikon data indicated a 3% dip in revenue to $5.43 billion for the quarter. The oilfield services major recorded a net loss of $10.21 billion, compared with a profit of $32 million a year earlier.

Baker Hughes reports 49.2% jump in 4Q profits
Jan. 23, 2020
Source: Reuters

Baker Hughes reports 49.2% jump in 4Q profits

Oilfield services major, Baker Hughes Co's adjusted profits ramped up by 49.2% in the fourth-quarter on Wednesday, buoyed up by higher orders in its oilfield services unit. The Texas-based giant saw an adjusted net income climbing to $179 million in the three months ended Dec.31, from $120 million for the same quarter last year. Total revenue rose from $6.26 billion to $6.35 billion.

Digital collaboration underway as Baker Hughes, C3.ai and Microsoft join hands
Nov. 20, 2019

Digital collaboration underway as Baker Hughes, C3.ai and Microsoft join hands

In a major step towards the deployment of Artificial Intelligence in the energy industry, Baker Hughes, C3.ai and Microsoft have come together to deliver enterprise AI solutions to the energy industry. The alliance will allow clients to leverage the energy technology expertise of Baker Hughes, C3.ai’s proven AI platform and applications, and the Microsoft Azure cloud computing platform. The solutions are custom-designed to tackle challenges across the entire value chain.

Baker Hughes concludes demerger with GE
Sept. 17, 2019
Source: World Oil

Baker Hughes concludes demerger with GE

Fullstream company, Baker Hughes has concluded its demerger with GE, closing a secondary offering of 132.25 million shares of BHGE Class A common stock. With Baker completing the share repurchase, GE and its affiliates lost ownership of more than 50% of the voting power of all classes of BHGE’s voting stock. BHGE aims to revise its corporate name to Baker Hughes Company, known as Baker Hughes.

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