Oil service major doubles its LNG order book

Oil service company Baker Hughes eyes strong prospects for liquefied natural gas, describing the energy source as a growth area. The company's combined order book has grown 8.6 percent, while the LNG order book has doubled since last year.
Photo: POLFOTO/AP/Daniella Beccaria/seattlepi.com
Photo: POLFOTO/AP/Daniella Beccaria/seattlepi.com

Oil service major Baker Hughes beat even the most optimistic forecasts in the second quarter due to growth in the segment for liquefied natural gas, LNG, with the company's combined order book now standing at USD 6.6 billion.

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