Siemens Signs EUR700 Million Libya Power Plant Contracts
By Nathan Allen
Germany's Siemens AG (SIE.XE) said Monday that it has signed contracts worth about 700 million euros ($823.8 million) with Libya's state-owned utility to build two gas-fired power plants.
The industrial conglomerate said the contract with General Electric Company of Libya includes engineering, procurement, construction and long-term servicing of one 650-megawatt open-cycle plant in Misrata and one 690-megawatt open-cycle plant in Tripoli West.
Siemens's long-term strategy for its gas-and-power unit involves pivoting toward emerging markets as demand for its large gas turbines continues to decline in Europe and the U.S.
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