Subsea Connect is a new approach by Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE) to connect the entire subsea development process and reduce life-of-field development costs by 30%.
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Bosses at Baker Hughes, a GE company have hailed a "solid" second quarter marked by the opening of its subsea centre of excellence in Montrose, Scotland.
Competing for talent is among the “key challenges” the sector needs to tackle, according to Romain Chambault, European director for oilfield equipment at Baker Hughes GE (BHGE).
Financially struggling General Electric has struck a deal to start selling its ownership of Houston's Baker Hughes sooner than expected.
US conglomerate GE’s decision to sell its stake in Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE) has given the energy service firm “clarity” on its future, one of its bosses said.
A US oil field services giant has moved more than 400 employees into a building in Dyce following a £3 million refurbishment.
Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE) will supply subsea production equipment to Chevron for the second phase of the Gorgon LNG project off Australia.
A £31 million investment in a north-east manufacturing base will deliver a massive boost to the region’s subsea sector, an industry chief said yesterday.
Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE) will help develop infrastructure to boost sustainable mobility in heavy duty trucks in Italy.
“The more problems that we self-impose by over-reacting to market signals, the harder it will be for us to make this industry attractive,” says Jennifer Hartsock, speaking to EV down the line from Houston.
Baker Hughes, a GE company's global chief operations officer will leave the company this month.
The boss of a major US oilfield service firm has said “disruption” is the order of the day as the sector continues to battle inefficiency.
The heads of two US oil service firms today revealed their fears about a lack of new talent coming into the sector.
The head of a major oilfield service firm has warned against a return to the days of escalating supply chain prices -- and of acting like "drunken sailors".
Baker Hughes, a GE company will buy back up to $3billion of its common units from BHGE and GE.
Newly merged Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE) recorded a loss in the third quarter and warned that customers remained “cautious” due to oil price volatility.