General Electric | Egypt Oil & Gas

Egypt, GE Explore Hydrogen, Emissions Reduction Cooperation

Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Tarek El Molla has met with a delegation from General Electric (GE) to explore the possibility of boosting cooperation in sustainability, emissions reduction and hydroge ...

GE to Build Monitoring Center in Egypt’s Benban Solar Park

The Egyptian Electricity Transmission Corporation (EETC) and GE Grid Solution, a General Electric (GE) company, signed a contract to establish a monitoring center in the Benban Solar Park in Aswan.

General Electric, Enppi to Establish Electricity Transmission Station

The gas isolated station will cover the new naphtha refinery's electricity needs.

General Electric to Increase Investments in Egypt

General Electric plans to increase cooperation with the Egyptian electricity sector, especially in renewable energy projects and wind farms, as well as developing transportation and distribution grids.

Iraq, General Electric Sign MoU

Iraq has signed an agreement with General Electric to develop the country’s power infrastructure.

Winner of Hamrawein Power Plant Tender To Be Announced June 13

The Ministry of Electricity will announce on June 13 the winning consortium to build the 6,000-megawatt coal-fired power plant in the Red Sea port of Hamrawein.

Ataqa Plant’s Production Falls by 200MW

Ataqa power plant's production declined by 200 MW, despite the development operations conducted on its production units at a cost of $25m and the periodic overhaul and maintenance that were conducted by General Elect ...

Iraq, GE Sign $1.4b Power Plant Deal

Iraq's Ministry of Electricity inked a $1.4b deal with General Electric (GE) for the construction of two 750 MW power plants by 2018.

EETC Invited Firms to Bid on Transformer Stations

The Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC) invited six Egyptian and International companies to build four transformer stations with $250m in investments.

Egypt Got Offers for Hamrawein Power Plant

The Egyptian Ministry of Electricity receives offers from five companied for the development of Hamrawein coal fuelled power plant with a production capacity of 6000MW.

Page 1 of 2


Welcome! Login in to your account

Remember me Lost your password?

Don't have account. Register

Lost Password