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GE to expand Saudi manufacturing facilities

GE has announced plans to expand its manufacturing facilities in Saudi Arabia for the production of HA gas turbines at the GE Manufacturing & Technology Center and the setting up of a first-of-its-kind regional LED manufacturing facility.

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Siemens to supply four turbines for Egypt power plant

Siemens will supply four turbines to a power plant near Egypt's Suez City to add more than 650 MW of power generation to the country's national grid, it said in a statement on Tuesday. The German industrial group said it w

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GE industrial profit surges on turbines sales

General Electric (GE) has reported a nine per cent rise in quarterly industrial profit as its businesses that sell power-generating turbines and jet engines helped offset weak sales in its oil and gas unit. Investors have been con

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Siemens wins Aramco’s $966m power plant order

Siemens has received a major order worth $966.8 million from Saudi Aramco for key power plant components for a major combined-cycle power plant in Saudi Arabia. The power station is designed to deliver electricity to the Jazan Ind

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Masdar team develops largest offshore wind farm

The world’s largest offshore wind power plant, owned, developed and built by a consortium consisting of Abu Dhabi-based Masdar, Dong Energy and E.ON, was officially opened off Britain's south-east coast on Thursday. Lond

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GE technology drives Iraq’s latest power plant

Featuring GE technology, the Taji Power Plant has become the newest power project in the greater Baghdad area to enter commercial production, adding 160MW of capacity to the Iraqi grid. GE supplied four Frame 6B gas turbines for the Taji P

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Iraq invites bids to install 2,500 MW turbines

Iraq's Electricity Ministry has invited foreign companies to bid to install 20 gas turbines that would boost the country's power capacity by 2,500 megawatts in the next few years, an Iraqi official said on Monday. In 2008, Iraq agreed a 1.

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