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    • Imagination at work. LinkedIn/Slideshare Presentation Craig Leishman 19th May 2014 Business Overview
    • 22014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview • Global Water Challenges • About Our Business • The GE Advantage Today’s agenda
    • 32014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Global water challenges • Pressure to improve operational efficiency • Managing downtime and aging assets Productivity • Growing population and industrial use • Climate change and drought Availability • Increased industrial pollution • Deteriorating water quality Quality • Stricter regulation on discharge/withdrawal • Water reuse incentives and policy mandates Policy 2014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview 3
    • 42014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Our Business: Water & Process Technologies
    • 52014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Water & Process Technologies Aligning the best people with the most advanced technology, products and services to solve any water or process challenge our customers may have • Headquartered in Trevose, PA, USA • 8,000 employees globally • 50,000 customers in 130 countries • 45 global manufacturing sites Quick Facts 5
    • 62014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview • 1999: Glegg Water Conditioning • 2002: BetzDearborn • 2003: Osmonics, Inc. • 2005: Ionics • 2006: ZENON Environmental Acquisition • 2007: GE launches TrueSense • 2008: GE launches GenGard • 2009: GE launches the Muni.Z depth filter using Z.Plex technology, PROPAK system, and ZeeWeed 1500 • 2010: GE launches Mobile Evaporator, Mobile M-PAK, HERO and ZCore • 2011: GE launches LEAPmbr and SeaPAK • 2012: GE launches AquaSel and IPER Innovation • 2009: The GE/NUS Singapore Technology Center opens • 2009: GE opens Water & Process Technology Center in Saudi Arabia • 2011: Wuxi plant expansion doubles capacity of water technology manufacturing in China • 2011-12: Tripled capacity at Oroszlány, Hungary production site • 2012: Opening of new laboratory in Cotia, Brazil Expansion Built on more than 85 years of domain expertise and innovation Expertise and innovation 2014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview 6
    • 72014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Global presence and reach Key CMS Manufacturing Sites ES Manufacturing Sites Technology Sites GE Global Research Centers Locations with 75+ Employees Headquarters | Trevose, PA | USA Manufacturing/R&D | Minnetonka, MN | USA Manufacturing/R&D | Oakville, ON | Canada Manufacturing/R&D | Hungary | Europe R&D | SingaporeR&D | Singapore Manufacturing/R&D | Wuxi | China R&D | Cotia | Brazil
    • 82014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Global leadership position Our leadership in equipment solutions: • Advanced ultrafiltration, membrane bioreactor, reverse osmosis membranes and membrane chemistries • Industry leading thermal products, such as crystallizers, brine concentrators, and mobile evaporators • Mobile fleet and water outsourcing capabilities • Tough-to-treat applications, such as unconventional fuels, steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) and mining • Packaged water treatment equipment • Analytical instruments for measuring water quality Our leadership in chemical and knowledge management solutions: • Cooling and boiler water technologies that enable customers to protect their assets • Chemical treatment for ethylene, styrene and elastomer production facilities • Refinery treatment solutions focused on tough-to-treat crudes • Remote monitoring and diagnostic solutions
    • 92014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Broad product and solutions portfolio Chemical & Monitoring Solutions • Cooling Chemistries • Boiler Chemistries • Wastewater Chemistries • Fuel Oil Treatment • Hydrocarbon Process Chemistries • Industrial Process Chemistries • Knowledge Management & Monitoring Solutions Engineered Systems • Ultrafiltration/Membrane Bioreactor • Mobile Water Solutions • Water Outsourcing • Thermal/Zero Liquid Discharge • Reverse Osmosis/Electrolytic Systems • Filters & Membranes • Advanced Biological Metals Removal (ABMet) • Analytical Instruments
    • 102014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Recent technology innovation AquaSel • Non-thermal brine concenrator • Reduces wastewater volume by 10 to 50 times • Reduces fresh water intake by 10% - 20% • Environmentally friendly process that minimizes waste chemical and energy consumption ZeeWeed 1500-600 • Improved module performance to achieve > 4 log virus rejection and increased permeability • Increased module surface area means fewer modules, racks, connections needed for a reduced footprint • Lower operational costs with fewer modules for the same flow LEAPmbr • Boosts productivity 15% • Reduces MBR footprint by 20% • Helps reduce membrane aeration equipment and controls by 50% • Lowers operating costs with 30% in energy savings
    • 112014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Recent technology innovation InSight Monitoring & Diagnostics • Transform data into meaningful information and insight • Early issue detection • Increase productivity and engagement • Analytical data • Asset optimization Embreak • Lower neutralizer and emulsion breaker usage • Energy cost savings and reduced furnace emissions • Reduced slop oil production • Increased crude charge rates GenGard • Total treatment approach for neutral and alkaline pH cooling waters • Only halogen stable technology in the world • Uncompromised performance under stressed conditions MerCURxE • Capable of achieving limits to parts per trillion levels • Lower solids generation compared to competitive chemistries • Effective on mercury and other traditional heavy metals • Better environmental toxicology profile than competitive materials
    • 122014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Comprehensive solutions Municipal Solutions Utility Solutions Industrial Wastewater Process Chemicals and Separations Ingredient Water Measurement Solutions Desalination Technologies
    • 132014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview The GE Advantage
    • 142014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview The GE advantage Investing globally in R&D • 5.4 B (6% of revenue) was invested to develop intellectual content in 2011 • 1,660 patents were generated by this intellectual content in the U.S. alone • GE Research – 3,000 technologists strong – is driving development of advanced power and water solutions at locations around the world, including at research centers in New York, China and Germany • Only current DJIA company in original index • Rated AA+ with stable outlook by S&P~300,000 employees worldwide >150 global locations
    • 152014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview The GE Power & Water advantage Power & Water Businesses • Distributed Power • Nuclear Energy • Power Generation Services • Power Generation Products • Renewable Energy • Water & Process Technologies >40,000 global employees 700 locations Global Focus & Reach GE’s global energy companies have been operating in… • Canada since 1892 • Australia since 1896 • South Africa since 1898 • India since 1902 • Russia since 1920 • China since 1921 • Brazil since 1922 • Saudi Arabia since 1942
    • 162014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview The ecomagination advantage • ecomagination is a commitment to our customers and the environment • More than 20 Water & Process Technologies products have met stringent requirements to become ecomagination-approved And GE adds new products every year that: Improve operating performance + Improve environmental performance • Lower operating cost • Improve value proposition • Improve competitive position • Significantly better than installed base • ‘Inherently’ green • Meet third party standards
    • 182014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Key Industries
    • 192014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Power Helping customers enhance power plant efficiency to meet challenges of limited resources and rising demand • Water outsourcing solutions • Mobile water fleet • Alternative fuels solutions • Dust control programs • Metals removal • Membrane bioreactor systems • Zero Liquid Discharge systems • Chemical and monitoring solutions • Utility water solutions Our solutions include: 19
    • 202014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Municipal Water and Wastewater Helping municipalities optimize limited resources for growing populations, while meeting increasing regulatory and policy challenges • Membrane bioreactor systems • Ultrafiltration (UF) systems • Electrodialysis reversal • Reverse osmosis systems • Membrane cleaning chemicals Our solutions include: 20
    • 212014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Refining Helping refineries run safer, more efficient, and more profitable operations • Phase separation • Antifoulants • Corrosion inhibitors • Scavengers and finished product additives • Monitoring solutions and knowledge management systems • Advanced boiler and cooling chemicals • Integrated wastewater management and water reuse • Mobile water fleet • Clarification and filtration • Portfolio of membrane clarification and water purification technologies • Utility water solutions • Caustic Concentrators • Zero Liquid Discharge systems Our solutions include: 21
    • 222014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Mining Offering solutions for each step of the mining process, helping address challenges while conserving water and energy, and reducing costs • Discharge water management and reuse • Dust control programs • Mobile water fleet • Membrane and filtration technologies • Zero Liquid Discharge systems • Monitoring solutions • Advanced boiler and cooling chemicals • Metals removal • Corrosion and deposit control Our solutions include: 22
    • 232014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Chemical Processing Helping customers extend the useful life of assets, reducing costs, and enabling safer and more efficient operations • Antifoulants • Corrosion inhibitors • Antifoams • Demulsifiers • Membrane clarification and water purification • Oxygen scavengers • Monitoring solutions and knowledge management systems • Advanced boiler and cooling chemicals • Integrated wastewater management and water reuse • Mobile water fleet • Caustic Concentrators • Zero Liquid Discharge systems Our solutions include: 23
    • 242014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Unconventional Gas Offering cost efficient and environmentally sound innovations to manage the millions of gallons of water needed for gas production • Produced water treatment technology • Salt removal and recovery • Water management and reuse • Brine concentrators and crystallizers • Thermal mobile solutions • Mobile water fleet • Membrane and filtration technologies • Zero Liquid Discharge systems • Metals removal • Corrosion and deposit control Our solutions include: 24
    • 252014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Oil Sands Developing solutions to help our customers operate more efficiently and profitably, while minimizing their environmental footprint • SAGD produced water evaporators • Zero Liquid Discharge systems • Emulsion breakers • Boiler and cooling technology • Mobile water • Membrane systems • Membrane bioreactor systems • Membrane cleaning chemicals • H2S scavengers • Utility water solutions Our solutions include: 25
    • 262014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Food & Beverage Delivering a complete set of chemical and equipment solutions, helping our customers manage and improve water resources • Utility water solutions • Ingredient water solutions • Membrane cleaning chemicals • Food process chemistries • Monitoring solutions and knowledge management systems • Mobile water fleet • Wastewater management and water reuse • Food process membranes and electrodialysis • Sterilizers and pasteurizers Our solutions include: 26
    • 272014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Primary Metals Helping customers achieve bottom-line benefits by providing solutions at every process step, from ore to door 27 Water & Process Technologies • Blast furnace efficiency enhancer • Coal flow additives • Sinter mix enhancers • Dispersants • Dust control • Water clarification • Antifoams • Filtration aids • Biocides • Cleaners • Heavy metals removal • Waste minimization • Utility water solutions Our solutions include: 2727
    • 292014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Case Studies
    • 302014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Achieving Water Reuse in the USA Challenge: Expanding population required increased wastewater treatment Solution: GE’s MBR technology to treat wastewater for reuse and safe disposal 30 Water & Process Technologies • Water produced for irrigation , heating & cooling and industrial processing • Average daily flow of 31 MGD (117,348 m3/day) • Reduces TSS and BOD discharge to Puget Sound by 1,000,000 lbs (454,000 kg) each year • Positioned to cost-effectively address future regulations Brightwater Plant – Seattle, WA 30
    • 312014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Remaining within discharge limits in Italy Challenge: Avoid discharge of dirty concentrate of Air Cooled Condensate system Solution: GE’s special applications mobile trailer reclaims and treats hot condensate • MobileFlow system reduces fresh water extraction by reusing the condensate • Reduced iron and oxides contaminants in wastewater stream to remain within discharge limits • Less energy is needed because the system reclaims and treats hot condensate at around 113ºF (45ºC) Power Plant – Southern Italy 31
    • 322014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Creating new water sources in Kuwait Challenge: Insufficient quality water for irrigation and human consumption Solution: Purify wastewater for irrigation, use fresh water for drinking • Water produced for irrigation • Frees up fresh water for human consumption • 375,000 cubic meters/day (100 MM gal/day) • World’s largest membrane based wastewater filtration project Sulaibiya plant - Kuwait City 32
    • 332014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Water and energy savings in Brazil Challenge: Rising energy and water costs impacting profitability Solution: Chemical and equipment solution significantly reduced costs Annual savings = U.S. $1.9 million • Reduced natural gas consumption by 45% • Reduced powerhouse effluent discharge by 90% • Reduced wastewater flow by over 100,000 m³/year • Dramatic reduction in boiler scale increased efficiency, reducing natural gas consumption and greenhouse gas emissions Cia Nitro Quimica Brasileira applied GE’s advanced water purification technology 33
    • 342014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Water scarcity solutions in Australia Challenge: Water scarcity prevented plant expansion Solution: Water reuse solution met demand and enabled expansion • 14,000 m3/day of reuse water (3.7 MM gal/day) • Water used for cooling and fire fighting • Replaced previously potable water application BP Luggage Point, Australia expanding operations 34
    • 352014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview Providing eco benefits in Argentina Challenge: Water scarcity threatening refinery operation Solution: Advanced chemical treatment program meets the challenge 35 Water & Process Technologies © 2012 General Electric Company • Conserved 42 MM gallons of cooling water make up • Total savings $530,000 • Protected refinery assets from corrosion and fouling • Eliminated discharge to La Plata River Repsol YPF applied advanced cooling water & wastewater technologies 35
    • 362014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview • Conserves 25 million gallons of Australia’s fresh water a year • Advanced MBR produces 172,000 gallons of high quality water per day which is used to irrigate 55 acres • “We are proud to be the first to embrace this innovative approach. It is bringing us a drought-proof supply of water that minimizes impact on Australia’s fresh water reserves.” — Steve Walker, president, Pennant Hills Golf Club Pennant Hills Golf Club, Australia’s first commercial sewer mining water reuse plant Harvesting wastewater in Australia Challenge: Ongoing drought challenged availability of water for golf course Solution: Sewer mining water reuse plant provides irrigation water 36
    • 372014 General Electric CompanyWater & Process Technologies Business Overview • Transforming wastewater into high quality industrial feedwater and potable water • The final product is termed “NEWater” ‒ Initially used as a feed for the electronics industry, wafer fabrication plants, and commercial building cooling towers • A growing percentage is released back into local reservoirs for indirect potable reuse applications Bedok NEWater Factory – Singapore Creating “NEWater” in Singapore Challenge: Inadequate supplies of renewable fresh water Solution: Treat and reuse wastewater effluent for local industry 37