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Beginning in January 2020, PESA member Baker Hughes will receive 100 percent of its Texas electricity from renewable sources, eliminating 12 percent of the company’s global carbon equivalent emissions and reducing 1.2 million metric tons of CO2 eq. emissions over the 10-year term of agreement.
In the UK, Baker Hughes facilities have used 100 percent wind power since 2014. Renewable hydroelectric energy is now used at Baker Hughes’ campus in Celle, Germany, and on-site power is utilized at its sites in Billerica, MA and Vibo, Italy, among others.
National Oilwell Varco (NOV) has been awarded equipment package and design orders for one of the world’s largest offshore wind turbine installation vessels by Japanese-based Shimizu Corporation.
In December 2019, Schlumberger announced it is setting a science-based target to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions. The commitment has been submitted to the Science-Based Targets initiative and, in line with the defined criteria, the company will define its reduction target by 2021.