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GE Records Progress on Energy and Health Projects in Ghana

Ghana 1000's Floating Storage Regasification Unit (FSRU) will have additional capacity to allow other power generators to shift from liquid fuels to LNG for power generation, which could save Ghana up to $1Bn per year. General Electric (NYSE: GE) and Endeavor Energy (Endeavor)--and their consortium partners Eranove and Sage Petroleumare--are co-leaders of the Ghana 1000 project. GE is also making good on its commitment to improve Ghana's Healthcare sector. 

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President John Dramani Mahama with Jeff Immelt at the Presidential Villa.

(From left) Alex Mould (Managing Director of GNPC), Hon. Emmanuel Buah (Ghana's Minister of Energy and Petroleum) and Jeff Immelt (GE Global Chairman and CEO)

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Ghana’s Minister of Power Hon Kwabena Donkor, Jeff Immelt and Jay Ireland at the signing of a Gas-to-Power agreement with Excelerate on Ghana 1000

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