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Last €23.42 EUR
Change Today -0.63 / -2.62%
Volume 40.8K
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general electric co (GEC) Snapshot

Open
€24.03
Previous Close
€24.05
Day High
€24.10
Day Low
€23.42
52 Week High
04/13/15 - €27.01
52 Week Low
08/1/14 - €18.25
Market Cap
236.0B
Average Volume 10 Days
56.2K
EPS TTM
--
Shares Outstanding
10.1B
EX-Date
02/19/15
P/E TM
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Dividend
€0.92
Dividend Yield
3.06%
Current Stock Chart for GENERAL ELECTRIC CO (GEC)

general electric co (GEC) Details

General Electric Company (GE) operates as an infrastructure and financial services company worldwide. The company’s Power and Water segment offers gas, steam and aeroderivative turbines, nuclear reactors, generators, combined cycle systems, controls, and related services; wind turbines; and water treatment services and equipment. Its Oil and Gas segment provides surface and subsea drilling and production systems, equipment for floating production platforms, compressors, turbines, turboexpanders, reactors, industrial power generation, and auxiliary equipment. The company’s Energy Management segments offers plant automation hardware, software, and embedded computing systems, including controllers, embedded systems, advanced software, motion control, operator interfaces, and industrial computers. Its Aviation segment offers jet engines; aerospace systems and equipment; and replacement parts and repair and maintenance services for commercial and military aircraft, marine applications, and executive and regional aircraft. The company’s Healthcare segment provides medical imaging, software and information technology (IT), patient monitoring and diagnostics, drug discovery, biopharmaceutical manufacturing technologies, and performance improvement solutions. Its Transportation segment offers freight and passenger locomotives, and diesel engines for rail, marine, and stationary power applications; railway signaling and communications systems; underground mining equipment; motorized drive systems; IT solutions; and replacement parts and value added services. The company’s Appliances & Lighting segment manufactures home appliances; and lighting products for commercial and industrial applications. Its GE Capital segment offers commercial loans and leases, fleet management, financial programs, credit cards, personal loans, and other financial services. The company was founded in 1892 and is headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut.

305,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/27/15
Founded in 1892

general electric co (GEC) Top Compensated Officers

Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Office...
Total Annual Compensation: $9.2M
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice Presi...
Total Annual Compensation: $3.9M
Vice Chairman, Chairman of GE Capital and Chi...
Total Annual Compensation: $6.3M
Vice Chairman
Total Annual Compensation: $6.9M
Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Se...
Total Annual Compensation: $4.8M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

general electric co (GEC) Key Developments

GE Technology and Services to Support Conversion of Golar LNG Floating Liquefaction Vessel

GE announced that it has been chosen by Black & Veatch to deliver refrigeration compression equipment including GE PGT25+G4 DLE gas turbines and GE 2BCL compressors for Golar LNG Limited's Floating Liquefaction (FLNG) vessel, the Hilli. GE will also provide service for four compression trains, following a service agreement signed with Golar. The Golar FLNG vessel project involves the conversion of a former LNG carrier, the Hilli, to a floating liquefaction vessel. Keppel Shipyard in Singapore is responsible for the design, detailed engineering and procurement of the marine systems and all of the conversion-related construction services. GE's turbomachinery will be controlled by GE's Mark VIe control system, including integrated antisurge control. GE is also supplying eight anti-surge valves. These valves are designed for centrifugal compressor anti-surge and recirculation loops and ensure precise control over the operating conditions, delivering maximum equipment protection and uptime for the facility. GE will provide key engineering staff and fabrication facilities to support deployment of its technology in the new vessel. GE's service and support contract extends to three maintenance cycles - totaling twenty years - and will deliver a guaranteed availability rate of 98.9% from the equipment. Embedded with GE's Reliability Max Predictivity solution, which is built on GE's Industrial Internet technologies, advanced sensors in the LNG trains will support predictive maintenance, remote diagnosis, and ensure greater uptime and optimum performance levels. GE is also providing control and mechanical engineers to support the deployment, which will follow delivery of key LNG train components from early 2016. Delivery to Singapore will take place from GE's manufacturing sites in Florence and Bari, Italy.

GE Introduces New Wind Collector Optimization Service for Wind Farms

GE's Digital Energy business has introduced the new Wind Collector Optimization Service for wind farms. The new Wind Collector Optimization Service from GE's Digital Energy business uses grid intelligence to help utilities, developers and contractors better plan the layout of their wind farm by providing an in-depth look at possible collector cable configurations and the benefits and drawbacks of each. With this information, system design can be optimized to reduce start-up costs and improve operational efficiency. Traditional, manual collector cable design processes can be labor intensive, hard to adjust and can have long lead times. GE's new service provides customers with a collector system design that optimizes cable routing and sizing and addresses the challenges associated with traditional design methods. It provides customers in the wind renewable energy segment with a comprehensive optimization service-from initial consultation to a completed and validated design. With GE's Wind Collector Optimization Service, the optimal route is determined between the turbines and the substation resulting in improved efficiency and a more resilient network. The solution provides a preliminary cable table with the ampacity of each collector circuit outlined in an easy-to-view, mapping file that can be viewed using Google Earth. In addition, the service includes trenching and cable cost estimates and provides insight into how efficiency can be improved through reduced power losses, optimized designs of cable sizes and trenching path configurations.

GE Introduces New Membrane to Remove Seawater Sulfate from Injection Water for Offshore Oil Production

GE announced a new water treatment technology for the upstream oil and gas market. GE's new seawater sulfate removal (SWSR) nanofiltration membrane eliminates almost all sulfate from injection water in offshore oil production. GE's SWSR membrane removes sulfate to drastically reduce scale and corrosion in the injection well, which can reduce oil recovery and plug the well. It also has exceptional fouling resistance due to its three-layer membrane design and smooth surface. The new SWSR series is an advancement of GE's DK series nanofiltration membrane and provides a high transmission of sodium chloride into the permeate water to minimize operating pressures. It offers a physical barrier for any suspended particles including bacteria, pyrogens and colloids. Additionally, the new membrane will help prevent strontium and barium sulfate scale in injection wells and will better mitigate well souring by reducing sulfate. The new SWSR membrane also can be used in conjunction with GE's existing reverse osmosis membranes in order to provide water for low salinity flooding, polymer flooding and other forms of enhanced oil recovery.

 

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