Baker Hughes Acquires Mosaic Materials to Advance Next-Generation Carbon Dioxide Capture Technology
April 20, 2022
Baker Hughes, an energy technology company, has acquired Mosaic Materials to further develop and scale its next-generation capture technology for carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction from stationary sources and CO2 removal (CDR) from the atmosphere.
Mosaic’s metal-organic framework (MOF) technology is a proprietary adsorbent material that acts like a high-capacity molecular sponge to selectively capture CO2. Baker Hughes will draw from its existing advanced capabilities, including modular design and material science, to develop and scale Mosaic’s innovative technology, enabling direct air capture (DAC) with a solution that requires significantly less energy to operate and provides lower total cost of ownership.