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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