Baker Hughes Technology For Petronas LNG Project

Baker Hughes will supply two LM9000 gas turbine-driven compressor trains of 1 MTPA each for the Petronas nearshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility in Sabah, Malaysia. The contract also includes an order for spare parts.

“Energy efficiency represents the biggest immediate opportunity for the industry to lower its carbon footprint, and the LM9000 is a great example of readily available technology that can instantly increase efficiency and reduce emissions,” said Alberto Matucci, vice president of Gas Technology Equipment of Industrial & Energy Technology at Baker Hughes.

The facility is scheduled to reach commercial operations by the second half of 2027 and is designed to produce 2 MTPA of LNG.

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