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GE Signs US$128 Million Worth of Chinese Service Agreements

Posted on March 4, 2009

GE Energy recently signed service and maintenance agreements totaling US$128 million for two power plants, including the largest gas turbine combined-cycle power plant in the Zhejiang Province.

GE Energy will provide inspections and service for two of its 9FA gas turbines at the Zhejiang Zheneng Zhenhai Power Plant in Ningbo. The plant, which is the biggest gas turbine combined-cycle plant in the Zhejiang Province, has an electricity output of 795 MW.

GE also has a long-term contractual service agreement (CSA) with the Fujian Refining & Petrochemical Company to handle all parts, repairs and service for two of its 9E gas turbines at the company’s site in Quanzhou, Fujian Province. This represents China’s first CSA for 9E gas turbines. The project uses integrated gasification combined-cycle technology and generates power from exhaust gases in the refining process. The Fujian facility operates a refinery with a capacity of four million tons per year. Fujian Refining & Petrochemical Company is China’s largest joint venture in the refining and petrochemical industry.

“GE has provided world-leading technology and equipment in China over decades. We are proud to continue this support to help China meet its energy demands and increase efficiency,” said Jack Wen, president and CEO of GE Energy China. “These CSAs represent the latest in a series of service and maintenance agreements designed to improve efficiency, output and reliability of our gas turbines at Fujian and Zhejiang Zheneng Zhenhai‘s power plants.”

For more information: WWW.GE.COM/ENERGY

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