At the moment EDC Oil & Gas consists of 480 engineers. They are professionally engaged in designing, analysis and support for various types of compressors, gas and steam turbines for mechanical drives, power and cogeneration application, turbo expanders for energy recovery, auxiliary systems and subsea production systems.
EDC Oil & Gas teams work in four major fields:
- Subsea SystemsSubsea Production Systems, Manifolds and Connection Systems, Controls and Service
- Turbomachinery SolutionsGas Turbines (Design, Package & Installation, Analyses, Manufacturing Support), System Operability, Services Engineering
- Downstream Technology SolutionsDTS Reciprocating Compressors & Small Centrifugals (Design, NPI & Cost-Out, Functional and Manufacturing Support), Services Engineering
- Advanced TechnologyConceptual Design, Materials Engineering, Aero Design, Heat Transfer, High Pressure Tests
GE’s Oil & Gas business is a leader in the development and delivery of advanced products and services for the global oil and gas industry. As a consequence of the rapid expansion of its technology base, GE Oil & Gas is capable of addressing the largest and most complex engineering and application challenges entirely from its own worldwide resources. No matter if it’s the world’s largest LNG compression trains, re-injection of high sulfur gas, enhancing the safety and productivity of the world’s oil and gas pipelines, or equipment for the production of oil and gas from harsh environments, GE is leading the charge.
- 08/21/2017Predix 2.0 Hackathon is coming on October 13th – don’t miss it On Friday, October 13th, first Predix 2.0 Hackathon will take place in Poland. This event, organized by Engineering Design Center, will be a part of the 8th Night at the Institute of Aviation in Warsaw. Teams comprised of software and hardware developers will spend 24 hours working on the best solution to a challenge related to the aviation industry and based on Predix software platform (read more about Predix). Drinking cups of coffee and eat...more >>
- 07/20/2017EDC Oil & Gas engineering teams are now a part of Baker Hughes, a GE Company structure On Tuesday, July 18th, EDC Oil & Gas engineering teams celebrated the creation of Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE), part of which they became on the 3rd of July. BHGE is a merger of two companies with a long and rich history – Baker Hughes and General Electric. From now on, these companies will work together to bring the oil & gas industry together – achieve business continuity, minimize disruption and meet and exceed performance obje...more >>
- 07/14/2017Over 100 engineers attended [email protected] and FFT trainings at EDC! From Monday, July 10th to Thursday, July 13th Engineering Design Center hosted two trainings – [email protected] and Fundamentals for Technologists. Over 100 engineers from all over the world and various GE businesses (Aviation, Healthcare, Oil & Gas, Power, Energy Connections, Current & Global Research Center) had a chance to tour EDC laboratories and listen to EDC speeches led by EDC Managers. FFT (Fundamentals for Technologists) T...more >>
- 05/29/2017Passport 20 Inlet – Bird Strike Certification Test at EDC A big day for EDC just took place on May 24th, 2017, after over 28 months of preparation. Together with Middle River Aircraft Systems (US, Baltimore) EDC (GE Aviation Systems + Warsaw Institute of Aviation) successfully accomplished the first Bird Strike Certification Test lunched at EDC. This is a great achievement and a huge milestone proving that EDC is fully capable of executing such tests, starting from the very beginning (concept) through d...more >>
- 05/19/2017Balancing the Equation – 23 attendees completed EDC Academy Since April 1st, through 8th, 22nd and finally May 13th twenty-three female students of technical faculties on their 3-5 year of study, as well as fresh graduates of such, had a chance to attend EDC Academy – a series of four technical and soft skills training sessions organized by EDC. It was a great opportunity to confront the theory gained at university with the view of real-life engineering work. All four meetings took place at the Engineerin...more >>