GE to present at Gabelli’s 2014 Industrial Flow and Infrastructure Conference

Feb. 26, 2014

FAIRFIELD, Conn. — GE Water and Process Technologies’ Chief Marketing Officer Ralph Exton will present on Feb. 26.

FAIRFIELD, Conn. — GE Water & Process Technologies, a leading global supplier of water treatment, wastewater treatment, water reuse and process systems solutions and water treatment and process chemicals, has announced that it will present at Gabelli's 2014 Industrial Flow and Infrastructure Conference in New York, according to a press release.

Ralph Exton, chief marketing officer — Water and Process Technologies for GE Power & Water, will present at the conference on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014, at 12:00 p.m. EST, noted the release.

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Exton will be discussing the critical and challenging water needs for the oil and gas industry, how water reuse is an enabler for water sustainability and how water resiliency is shaping the thoughts on future planning, the release reported.

GE Power & Water provides customers with a broad array of power generation, energy delivery and water process technologies to solve their challenges locally.

The presentation will be available on GE’s website here.

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