GE Africa (Lagos)
Take a Peek Inside Dangote's Largest Cement Plant in Africa
The Dangote Cement plant in Obajana, Nigeria, is the largest cement production facility in Africa, producing up to 30 000 tons daily. The plant is powered by four GE gas turbines that run on natural gas and automotive gas and oils, providing sustainable power for the business to meet its production targets. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
Dangote Cement Plant, Obajana, Nigeria.
Powered by GE Gas Turbines, the Dangote Cement Plant in Obajana, Nigeria, is the Single Largest Cement Plant in Africa Producing up to 30 000 Tons of Cement Daily
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- GE Africa
- Publication Date:
- 29 January 2016
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