GE wins $127.6 million service contract

GE Oil & Gas has recently signed a $127.6 million contract with Malaysia LNG to provide maintenance services for gas turbines and additional equipment at a liquefied natural gas complex in Bintulu, Malaysia.

GE Oil & Gas has signed a contractual service agreement (CSA) with Malaysia LNG Sdn Bhd to provide maintenance services for gas turbines and additional equipment at a liquefied natural gas (LNG) complex in Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia.

Valued at more than $127.6 million, the CSA covers a period of 88 months. It includes all GE-supplied gas turbines and related equipment that comprise the power generation units and liquefaction trains for the LNG complex. There are three plants at the site – MLNG, MLNG Dua and MLNG Tiga.

‘GE’s contractual service agreements are structured to meet our customers’ energy needs and mitigate the associated risks,’ said Jay Wileman, general manager of Global Services for GE Oil & Gas. ‘They provide price predictability, operational flexibility and best-in-class turbine reliability over the life of the agreement.’

Malaysia LNG produces and exports LNG to countries across Asia. Based in Bintulu, Sarawak, it is the world’s largest producer of LNG in a single location, producing 22.8 million metric tons per year.

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