GE Africa (Lagos)
Algeria: From a 1959 Turbine to a $3 Billion Power Services Deal
Steve Bolze, President & CEO at GE Power, tells the story of how a GE turbine shipped from France and installed in Algeria marks the beginning of GE's long-standing and strong relationship with Algeria, which recently culminated in a landmark deal between GE and Sonelgaz. The deal, the largest services deal in GE Power's history, will lead to the digital industrial transformation of Sonelgaz's plants throughout Algeria. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
GE Africa, 28 April 2017
Nearly 60 years ago, GE gave a company called Alstom the license to manufacture a revolutionary technology – the gas turbine – in Alstom's burgeoning factory in… Read more »
GE's first licensed gas turbine from Belfort, France, shown here in 1959 and later sent to Algeria.
- GE Power
- Publication Date:
- 24 April 2017
Yesterday (April 24 2017) we signed a services contract with Sonelgaz in Algeria - our largest services contract in GE Power's history. It will ... see more »
GE will collaborate with Algeria's Sonelgaz SPE, a subsidiary of Sonelgaz, in a deal that will lead to the digital industrial transformation of Sonelgaz's plants throughout Algeria ... Read more »