Africa's largest cement plant in Obajana, north central Nigeria, owned by the Dangote Group, produces up to 30, 000 tons of cement daily. It will now record a major milestone, as GE has been commissioned to undertake a highly specialised maintenance job - a PTR or "partial tear down" of a LM 6000 gas turbine - only the second time such complex work has been done in Africa. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
GE Records Localisation Landmark With Major Gas Turbine Repair In Nigeria
GE Africa, 4 November 2016
Africa’s largest cement plant in Obajana, north central Nigeria, owned by the Dangote Group, produces up to 30, 000 tons of cement daily. It will now record a major… Read more »
Field service engineers assess the gas turbine in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
This was the route used to transport the gas turbine from Obajana to Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
The gas turbine on the truck that transported it from Obajana to Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
The Dangote Cement plant in Obajana, Nigeria is the single largest cement plant in Africa producing up to 30 000 tons of cement daily. The plant is ... see more »
GE Oil & Gas has completed the first refurbishment of subsea production trees at its service base in Onne, Nigeria, highlighting GE's commitment to investing in Nigeria and ... Read more »
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