Ben Linke

Baker Hughes

Vice President, Emissions Management

Ben Linke is the Vice President of Emissions Management for Baker Hughes. In this role, Ben leads in helping the industrial and energy sectors better understand, control and reduce emissions. Previously, Ben was Vice President for the Services & Offshore business within Baker Hughes’ Oilfield Equipment product company. Responsible for P&L, operational and execution activity for subsea wellheads and premium connector and casings, Ben’s remit also extended to installation and commissioning, life of field services and intervention services. Ben also served as Global Operations Executive Director for Baker Hughes Subsea Services where he was responsible for installation and commissioning along with life of field operations globally. Prior to that, he was the Strategic & Operations Sourcing Director for GE Oil & Gas – Oilfield Equipment, where his remit included global procurement strategy, supplier relationships and logistics. He also served as Executive Director for GE’s Corporate Audit Staff with responsibilities for operational and strategic projects as well as financial and compliance audits across GE Oil & Gas, GE Latin America and GE Supply Chain. He spent over 5 years on various assignments and leadership roles across GE in the USA, UK, Italy, Brazil and elsewhere. Ben joined GE’s Financial Management Program in 2009, where he worked on assignments in GE Healthcare in Germany, Sweden and the USA. He joined GE in 2004. Ben and his family reside in the United Kingdom. He is originally from Cologne, Germany and an International Management graduate from FHDW – Bergisch, Gladbach in Germany. 

Sessions With Ben Linke

Wednesday, 9 March

  • 03:30pm - 04:00pm (CST) / 09/mar/2022 09:30 pm - 09/mar/2022 10:00 pm

    Baker Hughes | End-to-end Approach for Emissions Measurement & Verification to Advance Decarbonization Strategies

    Presentation Digitalization/AI/Machine Learning/Robotics/Cybersecurity Carbon Management/Decarbonization

    As pressure grows to reduce emissions across the oil and gas sector and other industries, companies often don’t have a full picture of emissions reduction opportunities to prioritize and make the most impact. This session will discuss how the adoption of an end-to-end approach – from measurement and analytics to abatement and verification – can help industries achieve more predictable outcomes in pursuit of emissions targets and develop a real strategy that can lead to competitive advantage and meet the gold level for OGMP 2.0.