Michael Ming discusses GE's plans for the soon-to-be-built Oil & Gas Technology Center in Oklahoma City—our first research facility devoted to a specific industry.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin comments on the groundbreaking for GE's new Oil & Gas Technology Center in Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett comments on the groundbreaking for GE's new Oil & Gas Technology Center in Oklahoma City.
Cathy O'Connor, President of The Alliance for Economic Development of Oklahoma City, comments on the groundbreaking for GE's new Oil & Gas Technology Center in Oklahoma City.
Animation sequence showing what GE's new, $125M Oil & Gas Technology Center will look like when construction is complete in Q3 2015.
GE’s Oil & Gas Technology Pipeline
It is the world’s longest pipeline of Oil & Gas technology, drawing cutting-edge innovations from research sites all around the globe. Its primary source is the world’s most diversified team of 2,200 scientists and engineers who bring deep domain knowledge and experience that cuts across several different industries. They encompass GE’s Global Research network.
On this site, you will meet our people, learn about our technology portfolio and see how we work together with our Oil & Gas business and customers to solve some of the Industry’s toughest challenges.
Over the past decade, we have witnessed how new technology fueled an unprecedented rise in natural gas production that, in turn, has transformed our energy landscape. But we’re only scratching the surface. By enabling smarter, cleaner and faster ways to produce, transport and use new resources, GE will help the Oil & Gas industry tap previously unreachable unconventional fuel sources that will generate growth and sustain the industry for decades to come.