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SEDALIA, MO (June 18, 2021) - PROENERGY announced that it was selected by Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation and successfully executed service bulletin implementation repairs for an LM6000PC at PROENERGY’s Independent Level IV Aero Depot. PROENERGY’s original scope of work was to investigate the root cause of an oil leak on an LM6000PC. Upon further inspection and review, the PROENERGY team repaired the leak and implemented 8 different service bulletins.

Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation (AECC), based in Little Rock, is proud to provide power for more than 500,000 members of Arkansas’ 17 electric distribution cooperatives. AECC was created in 1949 to provide Arkansas’ electric cooperatives with a reliable and affordable power supply.
PROENERGY’s Level IV Aero Depot Technicians were ready and equipped to handle AECC’s maintenance concerns, while thoroughly understanding each service bulletin scope to implement a solution. “Our certified AeroAdvantage technicians begin with a thorough analysis of our customer’s aeroderivative turbine equipment. Every LM6000 in our care receives expert service often exceeding customer’s expectations,” said PROENERGY Senior Vice President AeroAdvantage, John Stevens.
PROENERGY is responsible for the construction, management, operations, maintenance, and repair services for energy generation facilities and equipment around the world. PROENERGY has U.S. offices in Sedalia, Missouri; Houston, Texas; and international locations in a number of countries including Angola, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Mexico and Pakistan. More information is available on PROENERGY’s website at
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