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Siemens at Gastech 2018

Barcelona, 17 September to 20 September 2018


Jeremy Dawson

Director, Market Development, Siemens AG
Tue, 18th September 2018 at 3:50 PM:
S2. Future Financing of Gas & LNG Projects
LNG to Power: Overcoming the Challenges of Financing the Fuel of the Future
Despite the emergence of LNG as a fuel source of tomorrow, making the transition from heavier fuel oils to natural gas is expensive and requires a range of infrastructure, technology and financing expertise. One significant challenge that LNG to power projects face is co-development, and potential co-financing of both the LNG plant and underlying power infrastructure.

Olivier Bècle

Managing Director of Power & Gas and Power Generation Services divisions, Siemens Spain
Tue, 18th September 2018 at 5:30 PM:
T1.6 Operations, Maintenance & Integrity Management
The Changing Role of Supply Chain Management in the Future Energy Landscape: How New Digital Technologies are Transforming SCM

Technological progress is becoming more and more important as it affects every part of the value chain. Especially in Supply Chain Management, new digital technologies and trends are driving dramatic changes in processes and mission of Supply Chain Management. That is why it is essential that companies understand the trends and assess the potential benefits of evolving technologies for their own business and for the energy industry as a whole. This session will explore how global supply chains will work in 2025 and beyond.

Willi Meixner

CEO Power and Gas Division, Siemens AG
Wed, 19th September 2018 at 9:15 AM: 
8. Global Leaders' Panel: "The Gas–Renewables Nexus: Delivering Cleaner Transport and Power for the Future"
Assuming both a partner and competitor role with renewable energy, this panel will welcome integrated energy companies and end users to discuss the role that gas will play in companies' long term low carbon strategies and the revolution taking place in the transport sector.

Press Releases and Articles

Siemens achieves breakthrough with 3D-printed combustion component for SGT-A05

Siemens successfully 3D-printed and engine-tested a dry low emission (DLE) pre-mixer for the SGT-A05 aeroderivative gas turbine, with the impressive results showing a potential for significant reductions in CO emissions.

Siemens launches performance enhancement for SGT-800 gas turbines

In July 2018, Siemens introduced a new SGT-800 performance enhancement that is applicable to all existing SGT-800 units with 43-47.5-MW ratings. The new upgrade is designed to provide owners and operators with significant fuel savings and CO2 emissions reduction for improved sustainable energy production.

Siemens awarded long-term service agreement for Canadian cogeneration project

Earlier this year, Siemens received an order from Inter Pipeline Ltd ("Inter Pipeline") to provide long-term service for two SGT-800 gas turbine generator sets in Canada. The units are scheduled for operation at the Central Utilities Block (CUB), part of the company's Heartland Petrochemical Complex currently under construction in Alberta's Industrial Heartland near Fort Saskatchewan.

Improving reliability remotely

Reprinted from Oilfield Technology January 2018.
Michael Werner and Bas Roeloffzen, Siemens, discuss how to boost compressor train reliability and availability in oil and gas applications via remote monitoring and diagnostics.

LNG to power: overcoming the challenges of financing the fuel of the future

Reprinted from Oil & Gas Technology Summer 2018.
Often called the fuel of the future the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market is projected to reach USD 20.6 billion by 2025, growing at a rate of 12.7 per cent per year.

Further Information

Willi Meixner

CEO Power and Gas Division, Siemens AG


Janet Ofano

Gas and Power

+1 (803) 389-6753

Amy Pempel

Gas and Power

+1 (407) 408-1932

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