Baker Hughes Company
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About Baker Hughes Company
Baker Hughes Company is a leading provider of integrated oilfield products, services, and digital solutions focused on the oil and gas value chain. The company offers solutions to help customers acquire, transport, and refine hydrocarbons more efficiently. The company was founded in April 1987, organised in Delaware, and has its headquarters located in Houston, Texas. Formerly known as Baker Hughes Incorporated, it merged with GE Oil and Gas in 2017, becoming Baker Hughes. In 2019, the company parted ways with GE and renamed itself as Baker Hughes Company. The company designs, manufactures, and helps to service innovative technologies that aim to improve energy use and distribution. Baker Hughes supplies its systems to the global oil and gas industry. The company also assists other businesses that use chemical and pipelines services, as well as energy technologies. Baker Huges operates through four segments: Oilfield Services (OFS), Oilfield Equipment (OFE), Turbomachinery & Process Solutions (TPS), and Digital Solutions (DS). The company has a strategic collaboration with Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. to develop hydrogen compression systems. Baker Hughes Company is listed on the NYSE under the ticker BKR, where it has traded publicly since 1961. Receive news and updates on the Baker Hughes Company share price by adding BKR stock to your eToro watchlist.Show More
Houston, Texas, US
Baker Hughes Company Q3 2023 earnings report is expected to be released after market open
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Companies in the energy industry, encompassing oil and gas exploration and production, pipeline transportation, refineries, and oil and gas equipment and services. Wholesalers which provide electricity generated by hydrocarbon and nuclear technologies. Natural Gas Utilities which offer service to residential and commercial customers. Companies involved in the leasing of coal mines and the mining and processing of coal. Companies producing coke for sale to others are included.