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GE Venture to Build World’s Largest LPG Power Plant in Ghana

Bloomberg, October 26, 2016

General Electric Co., Endeavor Energy Resources LP, and Sage Petroleum Ltd. have won approval from Ghanaian lawmakers for the construction of the world’s largest liquefied petroleum gas-fired power plant and a 20-year purchase agreement with the nation’s electricity distribution utility. The plant will be built in the port city of Tema, about 26 kilometers (16 miles) east of the capital, Accra.

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