Motley Fool energy analyst Taylor Muckerman interviewed Art Eunson, general manager of General Electric's (NYSE:GE) Bently Nevada product line. After being acquired in 2002 by General Electric, Bently Nevada has grown significantly and currently provides the oil and gas industry with sensors, monitors, and diagnostics.
In part one of this four-part interview, the two explore the benefits of General Electric's 2002 acquisition, and the technological advances of Bently Nevada across its oil and gas industry services, including onshore and offshore business.
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