GE also announced a number of agreements during the launch event, including:
- Two memoranda of understanding (MOU) with Clean Power Indonesia (CPI) and PLN for the development and deployment of its integrated biomass gasification power system in Indonesia, with potential to further diversify Indonesia’s fuel mix by creating power from sustainable, local bamboo and wood sources.
- Two major Southeast Asia gas engine supply and service agreements with distributed power project developer Navigat Energy Pte Ltd to provide 100 new Jenbacher gas engines that will generate a total of 330 megawatts at a number of independent power production sites in Indonesia and Thailand.
- A separate 10-year material stream agreement under which Navigat will provide preventive maintenance on GE’s installed fleet of 100 J620 Jenbacher gas engines that are driving on-site power projects in Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand.
- A MOU for GE to supply Navigat with two J920 FleXtra natural gas-fueled engines.
- A contract for GE to provide four Waukesha 12V275GL+ gas engines and two VGF48GL units to help upgrade Pertamina’s Lembak gas compression station facility near Palembang City. This project will increase the gas transmission pressure to the customer’s liquid stripping plant and fertilizing plant.
- An agreement between GE and Malaysian company Green & Smart Sdn Bhd (GNS), which entails providing a proven solution for waste-to-power using GNS’ patented technology in anaerobic digestors and GE’s Jenbacher gas engine technology to produce power and supply to the Malaysian electricity grid.
- GE Oil & Gas and GE’s Distributed Power businesses signed a memorandum of understanding with PLN Enjiniring to develop an integrated virtual pipeline power generation pilot project in remote islands of Indonesia. The project will pull from GE Oil & Gas’ Distributed Gas Solutions portfolio of small-scale, modular natural gas fueling solutions combined with Distributed Power’s power generation gas turbine and engine technology to offer a comprehensive marginal gas-to-power solution with no pipeline infrastructure, known as a “virtual” pipeline.