Baker Hughes Grabs Quest Integrity

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Expansion extends Baker Hughes’ asset inspection solutions

Baker Hughes is purchasing Quest Integrity. Quest deals with development and delivery of technology-enabled asset inspection and reliability management solutions across the pipeline, refining, petrochemical and power generation sectors. Quest also has experience conducting assessments in pipelines, pressure vessels, tanks, and turbine blades.

Baker Hughes’ asset integrity solutions include pipeline inspection services that detect, characterize, locate, and size anomalies in the wall of a pipeline. Quest’s technology supports pipelines that are difficult to inspect using conventional methods.

Quest Integrity’s Invista and Furnace Tube Inspection (FTIS) technology helps in inspections across pipelines, marine loading lines, petrochemical, chemical, refining, power, utility and more.


FTIS technology enables the inspection of heater coils, a critical component in furnaces, detecting issues with corrosion and deformation for customers in the petrochemical and refining industries.

The acquisition is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2022 and will be integrated into the Process & Pipeline Services product line within Baker Hughes’ Digital Solutions segment.