During more than 40 years in Algeria, GE has fostered partnerships, including major long-term investments. We have worked alongside public and private sector customers to help drive Algeria forward in the fields of aviation, energy and healthcare.
GE Aviation has been serving Air Algérie for more than 25 years and is proud to power its aircraft fleet. GE Healthcare was the first direct global provider of advanced healthcare technologies in the country, with more than 4,000 technologies deployed. In Ain Yagout, GEAT (General Electric Algeria Turbines) , a joint venture with Sonelgaz, is expected to be the first facility to start manufacturing heavy duty gas turbines in the African continent. Today, GE technologies generate nearly 70% of the electricity distributed across the country.
For more than four decades, GE has worked side-by-side with Egypt’s government and private sector customers and partners to build a bright future in the fields of aviation, energy and healthcare. We contribute to Egypt’s Vision 2030, particularly in the areas of economic development, sustainability, and workforce training.
GE Aviation has been a partner to EGYTPAIR for more than 35 years, with GE technologies making up nearly two-thirds of the airline’s fleet. GE Healthcare operates a Life Care Solutions equipment repair center that helps service some of the 14,000 healthcare technologies installed across the country. Today, GE-built technologies can deliver up to 17.5 gigawatts of electricity to the national grid. GE Renewable Energy provides technologies, including substations, that support the country’s growing wind and solar power generation capacity; GE Gas Power solutions are deployed at power plants across the country; and GE Steam Power is providing key technologies to equip the El Dabaa nuclear power plant, which is currently under development.
For nearly 80 years, GE has been helping Kuwaiti partners develop for the future by building infrastructure, creating jobs and enhancing workforce capacity. Across the fields of aviation, energy and healthcare, GE supports the Kuwait National Development Plan in areas such as infrastructure development, high-quality healthcare, sustainability, and economic diversification.
Reflecting our commitment to the nation, GE Gas Power has established the GE Kuwait Technology Center, which provides training, tooling, monitoring and diagnostics and research and development capabilities to serve local and international power sector customers. With the Ministry of Electricity and Water, GE operates a Dissolved Gas Analysis (DGA) Monitoring Center. GE Healthcare has been selected as a key technology provider to the Ministry of Health. GE Aviation supplied ALAFCO Aviation Lease and Finance Company (KSCC) with GEnx engines to power 12 Boeing 787 Dreamliners.
With a history of more than 25 years supporting Morocco to address its toughest challenges, GE is uniquely positioned to support ongoing economic development and diversification in the Kingdom. As the country pursues a new era of growth, GE is supporting public and private sector customers in the fields of aviation, energy and healthcare.
GE Gas Power solutions are installed at eight facilities across Morocco and up to 80 percent of the electricity generated at gas and heavy fuel based power plants in the country is produced through GE-built technologies.GE Healthcare has an installed base of more than 1,700 technologies, while GE Aviation technologies power 90% of Royal Air Maroc’s fleet, 100% of Air Arabia’s Morocco-based fleet, and 30% of Dalia Air’s fleet. GE Renewable Energy supplied 56 wind turbines to a 100 megawatt wind farm in southern Morocco.
Since 1975, GE has worked to drive progress and opportunity forward in Oman. Across aviation, energy and healthcare, we are a partner to the government and the private sector. We contribute to Oman Vision 2040 in priority areas, including healthcare, workforce and private sector development, sustainable development, and economic diversification.
GE Healthcare has more than 1,000 technologies installed in hospitals and clinics across the Sultanate, representing 40% of all radiology equipment. GE Aviation technologies power 60% of Oman Air’s fleet. The first GE gas turbine was installed in Oman in the 1970s and today, GE-built technologies generate up to 25% of the country’s power. GE Renewable Energy also provided 13 wind turbines for Oman’s first commercial-scale wind farm.
With a presence in Qatar extending more than 70 years, GE is a trusted partner to the country’s growth. This commitment continues today with support for Qatar National Vision 2030, particularly in the fields of aviation, energy and healthcare.
We recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the GE Advanced Technology Research Center (ATRC) in Doha, which focuses on applied research and knowledge transfer. ATRC hosts maintenance training for our advanced jet engines and is home to an On Wing Support facility for GE Aviation. Since the facility opened in 2009, more than 3,000 students from 54 airlines in the region have completed training courses, including more than 750 Qatar Airways employees. The GE Healthcare team at ATRC also helped to develop the Senographe Pristina mammography system, which was designed by women for women to provide a better patient experience, and is being widely deployed around the world. GE Healthcare has more than 200 technologies installed in hospitals and clinics across the country and is establishing the Middle East and Africa headquarters for GE Healthcare’s IT business in the country. GE-built technologies, including our gas and steam turbines, generate up to 50% of Qatar’s electricity, powering growth and progress across the country.
GE has been driving development forward in Pakistan for more than 60 years in the fields of aviation, energy and healthcare. Today we are working with government and private sector customers to help meet Pakistan Vision 2025 goals.
GE-built technologies generate up to 30% of Pakistan’s electricity, including through six GE HA units – the world’s most efficient heavy-duty gas turbine, and from GE steam turbines powered by domestic lignite. GE Aviation technologies power more than 65% of the aircraft operated by Pakistani commercial carriers. GE Healthcare medical technologies are installed in more than 70% of large hospitals across the country. GE Renewable Energy provided 271 wind turbines across nine plants powering a 450 megawatt wind farm in the country.
For more than 60 years, GE has worked with public and private sector customers and partners in Tunisia to address some of the country’s biggest challenges in the fields of aviation, energy and healthcare.
GE installed its first steam turbine in Tunisia in the 1950s, the first gas turbine in the 1970s and today, GE-built technologies generate up to 40% of the country’s power. GE Healthcare has more than 2,300 technologies in hospitals and clinics across the country, while an agreement with the Ministry of Health is developing scaled equipment servicing to enhance maintenance performance in Ministry hospitals. GE Aviation is a strong 25-year partner to Tunisair and Nouvelair.