APR Energy has signed a year-long, $30million contract to provide a gas turbine power plant in Egypt.
APR Energy’s plant will feature three GE aeroderivative mobile turbines that will run on clean-burning natural gas. The plant is expected to come on line by the beginning of next year.
Laurence Anderson, APR Energy chief executive, said: “Our contract in Egypt is the result of many months of work and gives us a foothold in one of the largest markets in the region, supporting one of the country’s most strategic industrial investments.”
Executive chairman John Campion added: “The project builds upon our experience in the industrial space, diversifying our customer base and complementing the strong success that we have had in the utility segment.”