Sub-sea services will be provided to Chevron’s natural gas operations by GE Oil & Gas as part of an operational efficiency and production agreement signed by these two parties.
The challenging conditions faced by oil and gas companies has led them to seek ways in which they can improve conditions for their businesses and they often look for technological help, says GE Oil & Gas president Lorenzo Simonelli.
A Trend in the Sector
With GE Oil & Gas set to work with Chevron to help provide project management support, obsolescence management and preventative maintenance, it aims to help Chevron get the most out of its assets with the use of industrial internet technology. Regional Director Mary Hackett says the seeking help from using technology is a trend they are seeing frequently within the sector.
500 Staff in WA
GE Oil & Gas already operate a technology and learning complex in Jandakot, while in Broome they operate an oil and gas facility, employing a total of around 500 staff in WA.
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