General Electric Isn't the Company Everyone Thinks It Is
In today's Twitter segment of Where The Money Is, Maersk Drilling tweets that it has just ordered four blowout preventers, or BOPS, from General Electric's oil and gas division for its Project 20K agreement with BP . This project is all about expanding into areas that have been too harsh for drilling in the past, and it's going to require some of the most advanced -- and toughest -- equipment, including these BOPs.
In the following video, Motley Fool energy analysts Taylor Muckerman and Joel South discuss what this means for the energy sector and what General Electric has done lately to become a major presence in the oil and gas sector.
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