GE to service natural gas-fired turbines in China

GE (NYSE: GE) signed service agreements with Shanghai Caojing Cogeneration Co. Ltd. that includes a contractural service agreement (CSA) extension in China and upgrades to a Dry Low NOx 2.6+ combustion system for an installed 9FA 3-series gas turbine in Asia.

The deal also includes a strategic cooperative agreement that GE signed with Shangdian Power Engineering Co.. Shanghai Electric Power Co. Ltd. owns both the 790 MW Caojing power plant and Shangdian Power Engineering.

The service agreements cover maintenance for the next eight to 10 years for two GE 9FA 3-series gas turbines at the Caojing plant. The equipment for the first DLN system upgrade will be shipped in October 2013, and the equipment for the second upgrade is expected to be shipped in January 2015.

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