GE's Distributed Power Expands Presence in Nigeria

Seeking to further expand its gas engine sales presence in Africa's oil and gas sector, GE's Distributed Power business (NYSE: GE) today announced IGPES Gas & Power Limited -- a wholly owned Nigerian engineering services company -- will serve as the new authorized distributor and service provider for GE's Waukesha gas engines and genuine parts in Nigeria.


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GE signs Waukesha gas engines distributor agreement for Nigeria with IGPES Gas and Power. Pictured Left to Right: Lon Mahan, COO: IGPES Gas and Power; Uzoma Ekpecham, Managing Director/CEO: IGPES Gas and Power; Oluwatoyin Abegunde, Channel Partner Manager: GE’s Distributed Power; Sunny Okpodu, Business Development Manager: IGPES Gas and Power.

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GE Africa president Jay Ireland and GE Chairman/CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt with billionaire businessman and industrialist Aliko Dangote. Under the GE-Dangote Framework Agreement for Distributed Power Solutions, GE will supply aeroderivative gas turbines to Dangote Group for captive power requirements.

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