GE showcased its wide portfolio of solutions that are tailored to meet the requirements of oil and gas production in Iraq at the second Basra Oil & Gas Exhibition.
GE recently opened a dedicated office in Basra following the establishment of two offices in Baghdad and Erbil, marking the company's expanded commitment to become the region's leading technology partner.
Joseph Anis, GE Energy's President and CEO for the Middle East said: "With the third largest proven oil reserves in the world, Iraq is focused on the effective utilization of its energy resources to drive the country's overall infrastructure development. GE's diversified portfolio of advanced and integrated technology solutions are designed to enable the country's oil & gas sector reach its production targets while enhancing operational efficiencies and promoting environmental sustainability."
GE is hosting and sponsoring a Technology Seminar on 'Cleaner, Smarter and More Energy Efficient Solutions' at the main conference hall. The agenda includes sessions on Oil & Gas Drilling & Production Systems Solutions Overview, GE Solutions for Enhanced Oil Recovery, and GE Technology - Enabling Oil & Gas Infrastructure Development.
GE serves Iraq's oil and gas industry with solutions tailored to the needs of the growing upstream and downstream sectors. GE's gas turbines have a strong presence on Iraq's oilfields due to their reliability and ability to use different fuels. The company's wide portfolio of technology solutions, including motors and compressor stations, are currently deployed to compress flared gases at West Qurna, Zubair and Rumaila oilfields.
Among significant partnerships of GE in the oil & gas sector, the company will install its ecomagination certified ZeeWeed technology to produce high-quality treated water at the West Qurna oil field.