ETN Strategy


The GT user community within ETN decided to implement an aggregated strategy to address gas turbine users’ issues and trigger a dedicated response from OEMs, ISPs and the R&D community. The idea is to set-up various independent user groups on selected frequently used gas turbine engines within the user community for both power generation and oil and gas sector.


The strategy is to have a single and independent voice communicating user issues and a link to the whole gas turbine value chain which will provide a wide visibility and a strong push for exploring and developing solutions.

SGT-A35 User Group

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The ETN SGT-A35 User Group gathers the community of this Siemens aeroderivative engine, formerly known as Industrial RB211, and covers the entire RB211 engine family.

© SGT-A35, Siemens

LM2500 User Group

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The ETN LM2500 User Group gathers the community of this BHGE aeroderivative engine, and covers the family of the engine: LM2500, LM2500+, LM2500+G4, PGT25, PGT25+ and PGT25+G4.

© LM2500+G4, General Electric



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