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Powering Dangote: How GE powers Africa’s largest cement plant

How GE powers Africa's largest cement plant, Dangote Cements

The Dangote Cement plant is powered by four GE gas turbines that run on natural gas

The Dangote Cement plant in Obajana, Nigeria is the single largest cement plant in Africa producing up to 30000 tons of cement daily.


Group Managing Director-CEO of Dangote Cement, Onne Van Der Wiejde says having a partner like GE is crucial to the plant as the reliable power ensures that operations run continuously, and power is readily available when needed.


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The plant is fully powered by four GE gas turbines that run on natural gas and Automotive Gas and Oils, providing sustainable power for the business to meet its production targets.

Watch the video to learn more about GE’s operations at the Dangote Cement plant in Obajana.


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