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GE Energy Provides First LM2500+G4 Units In Russia To Support Cement Production Plant


HOUSTON, TEXAS - September 26, 2006 :- GE Energy will provide OAO Mordovcement the first two LM2500+G4 aeroderivative gas turbines in Russia. They will be utilized at the Mordovcement power station, located in Mordovia republic near Saransk, and the electricity produced will be used to power several cement production facilities.

The LM2500+G4 DLE packages are rated at approximated 32 megawatts each. The scope of the contract also includes a motor control center. The units will run on natural gas and be used in simple-cycle with the exhaust gas going to the cement production process.

“This is a very unique project as it is the first time that the exhaust from one of GE Energy’s LM gas turbines will be used to dry raw materials for cement production,” said Charles (Chip) Blankenship, general manager, GE Energy’s aeroderivative business. “By installing these units, Mordovcement will be able to operate its cement production facilities in a more efficient manner.”

The LM2500+G4 DLE packages are scheduled for delivery in August 2007 and plant operation will begin at the end of 2007.

The gas turbines will be manufactured at GE’s industrial aeroderivative gas turbine facility in Evandale, Ohio and the overall package construction, assembly and testing will be conducted at the GE Energy packaging facility in Houston, Texas.

GE Energy’s aeroderivative division is a leading supplier of aeroderivative gas turbines and packaged generator sets for industrial and marine applications. The company provides power-generating equipment to utilities, industries and marine fleets throughout the world. It is also the world’s largest and most experienced aeroderivative gas turbine service provider.
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GE Energy ( is one of the world’s leading suppliers of power generation and energy delivery technologies, with 2005 revenue of $16.5 billion. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, GE Energy works in all areas of the energy industry including coal, oil, natural gas and nuclear energy; renewable resources such as water, wind, solar and biogas; and other alternative fuels. Numerous GE Energy products are certified under ecomagination, GE’s corporate-wide initiative to aggressively bring to market new technologies that will help customers meet pressing environmental challenges.


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