• Submitted By: apsharma
  • Date Submitted: 09/12/2014 7:45 AM
  • Category: Business
  • Words: 765
  • Page: 4

I need a professional (PROFESSIONAL graphs etc) Financial Analysis on GE Oil&Gas to Identify internal strengths and weaknesses. I don't need to mechanically go through through all the various financial calculations and dump them. That’s not analysis. I need to determine what the metrics might tell me about GE oil and Gas and how this should be applied in choosing and/or executing a particular strategy.

GE oil and gas is not an oil company. It provides services primarily across the Oil & Gas Field Exploration and Production industry value chain, but also to other related Oil & Gas industries. Competitors include Baker Hughes, National Oilwell Varco, Schlumberger, Halliburton, Cameron International, Exterran Holdings, Transocean.

So against these or top competitors does GE have good or bad cash flow, liquidity, and debt position? How does this compare with their competitors? What capital & cash flow would be required for my strategy. The plan strategy should logically follow from the internal and external analyses.

GE Oil & Gas (GE) is an oil and gas corporation. It is chiefly occupied in the provision of know-how based tools. The company's density expertise won two contracts amounting to almost $100m. For the eastern portion of the second West-to-East pipeline (WEPPII)GE shall provide 6 gas turbine-driven compressor trains and 9 electric motor–driven compressors to Petro-China.
Segment analysis:

OIL & GAS revenues of $15.2 billion increased $1.6 billion (including $0.7 billion from acquisitions), or 12%, in 2012 as higher volume ($2.3 billion) driven by acquisitions and an increase in sales of both equipment and services was partially offset by the
effects of the stronger U.S. dollar ($0.7 billion).

Segment profit of $1.9 billion increased $0.3 billion, or 16%, in 2012 as higher volume ($0.3 billion) and increased efficiency ($0.1 billion), reflecting increased equipment margins, were in part offset by the...

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