GE Oil & Gas, a subsidiary of General Electric (GE), has received a $165M contract to supply...

GE Oil & Gas, a subsidiary of General Electric (GE), has received a $165M contract to supply production equipment to Chevron’s Lianzi project, situated offshore between Angola and the Republic of Congo. GE will provide a range of technologies to enable project execution, including the supply of seven trees, nine subsea control modules, topside and subsea controls distribution equipment and vertical connection systems.

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  • maudie
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    Whatever happened to the hoopla with the much heralded Aurora, CO solar panel plant? Is the GE Oil & Gas subsidiary a subsidiary of the much touted GE Green Energy Fiasco I once read about? One good thing about Jeffrey Immelt: after wasting money he moves on to something else.
    30 Oct 2012, 08:46 PM Reply Like
  • rocketman3
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    Seven trees? Why no mention of the peat moss and bone meal required in the planting process.
    30 Oct 2012, 11:38 PM Reply Like
  • TwistTie
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    My take on this is to be bullish on Africa (ex South Africa).


    I bought AFK on the day that FaceBook IPOed and it has done quite well compared to just about everything else.


    Anybody else on this page?
    31 Oct 2012, 10:28 AM Reply Like
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