Thread regarding Baker Hughes layoffs

BH buys stake in startup company to make synthetic natural gas

Oh dear, another catastrophic mistake ?

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Ate a madras last night. Natural gas be a brewing this morning.

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Post ID: @3zzf+1bzzCvM7

Speculators are already calling April 2022 oil glut month. It’s a new era, and remote working is the largest contributor. Human habits are more powerful than energy technology. Remember this in your marketing otherwise, it’s just a pointless commercial!

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Post ID: @2iku+1bzzCvM7

It’s the size of a neighborhood waste water treatment skid. Very nit impressive.

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Post ID: @2vtj+1bzzCvM7

Got to do something with all the profits from Chemicals!

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Post ID: @2wdg+1bzzCvM7

BH should purchase a recycling company and start picking up trash.
It’s easy to hide behind carbon emissions since no one can see or confirm advertised cleaning.
I’d rather see BH solve an issue that can be SEEN in every day life. Can start by picking up trash in the oceans.

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Post ID: @2zxt+1bzzCvM7

Doesn’t matter, Middle East is making deals with China and Russia. There’s no room for full scale synthetic natural gas. Too $$$$$. And a complete waste of energy and CO2 production

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Re: Post ID: @wxb+1bzzCvM7
Exxon might have been making catastrophic mistakes for 10 years, but BH have been doing so since the 1970s.

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Post ID: @1axr+1bzzCvM7

Exxon has been doing this for 10 years.

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Post ID: @wxb+1bzzCvM7

Plenty of natural gas generated at BoD long bay, and it's free.

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