OTC 2015: GE to discuss new partnerships, products

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – During OTC, GE will demonstrate how it optimizes its cross-industry portfolio to provide value for the offshore oil and gas industry.

GE’s Industrial Internet will discuss SeaStream Insight, its latest innovation in offshore remote monitoring and asset support. Offering customers total visualization, service and management of their monitored assets and operations, it helps to maximize customer revenue, productivity, and efficiency through analytics based operations.

GE Measurement & Control will offer live demonstrations of InspectionWorks Connect, a remote collaboration software platform for asset reliability inspections. The software allows nondestructive testing inspectors to access live video and data in real time, which can shorten the duration of large, complex inspection jobs like maintenance turnarounds and equipment commissioning.

The company will discuss non-selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology for its L250 and V250 series diesel engines that requires no urea-based after-treatment. Eight years in the making, this technology reduces key emissions by more than 70% and enables in-engine compliance with EPA Tier 4 and IMO Tier III emissions standards.

GE’s Water & Process Technologies will discuss solutions for upstream chemicals, sulfate removal and enhanced oil recovery including pretreatment filters, NF membranes, upstream chemicals, remote monitoring and diagnostics, pre-engineered solutions, and more.

 GE is exhibiting at booth 3163.

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