GE to build technology hub in Oklahoma City


GE has selected downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, for its first-ever global research center dedicated to oil and gas technology.

The center will focus on accelerating mid- to later-stage oil and gas technologies developed in GE’s global research labs, including production systems, well construction, water use optimization, carbon-dioxide solutions, and energy systems.

Construction on the 95,000-sq-ft (8,826-sq-m) facility will begin in the spring of 2014, with the building expected to be completed and operational in 2015.

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