At this year's World Energy Congress (WEC) Siemens Gas and Power will give deep insights into how new energy trends are driving the future of energy and how the company is helping its customers navigate the demands of today’s industries and societies.
Join Siemens at the 50th annual Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), May 6 – May 9 at NRG Park in Houston, TX, where Siemens' subject matter experts will share their insights on navigating the "new normal" in oil and gas and the digital revolution quietly transforming all industries.Harmful emissions and a global population of more than 1 billion who lack access to power are among the world's most pressing challenges. Siemens is effectively addressing both, by making fossil fuels cleaner, building out the vast transportation infrastructure required to move natural gas to destination markets, and effectively harnessing IoT solutions to maximize efficiency and reduce risks. Visit us at booth #4422 to learn more about how our carbon-cutting, efficiency-boosting, and data-exploiting solutions are transforming the energy sector and the world that relies on it.
Agility is the ability to adjust rapidly to changing market conditions, capitalize on emergent business opportunities, and reduce costs or increase revenue streams in the process. In the wake of decarbonization, decentralization, and digitalization, it is the basis for grid operators' and utilities' future business success.
The Siemens booth at EUW 2018 presented combined solutions for electrification, automation, and digitalization that pave the way for multilayered, distributed, and connected grids, this way enabling the required degree of agility.
During the conference, Siemens introduced the new SGT-400 PL Compressor Package, a highly integrated, turnkey gas turbine and centrifugal compressor solution. With field-proven, efficient, and reliable components, this new package offers a single-lift, one baseplate configuration for fast deployment, DLE combustion technology for emissions compliance even at low loads, and expert, 24x7 support for responsive service.
Siemens showcased its comprehensive oil and gas solutions at the Turbomachinery & Pump Symposium (TPS), September 18 – 20, 2018 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX. Oil and gas companies have some of the most complex physical and technical operational challenges of any business on the planet. To manage risks, control costs and optimize asset performance, oil and gas operators increasingly rely on digital technologies and analytics to improve efficiencies and safety for all aspects of oil and gas production, distribution and use. Leveraging 170 years of technological and engineering expertise, with extensive experience in operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT), Siemens' suite of innovative technologies deliver cutting-edge hard and software capabilities for equipment and solutions that enhance efficiency, predictability, reliability and safety for its customers.
Siemens joined Gastech 2018, which took place in Barcelona, Sept. 17 – 20. In its 45th year, the world renowned event was a highly regarded gathering for upstream, midstream and downstream gas and LNG professionals. Siemens used the occasion to highlight its integrated Gas-to-Power (G2P) solutions, through which the company is playing an integral role in increasing utilization of natural gas—a highly abundant, cost-effective fuel—as a feed stock for power plants. Sessions featured Siemens speakers which are outlined below.
Siemens showcased its comprehensive offshore oil and gas solutions at the Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) August 27 – 30 in Stavanger, Norway. From offshore drilling, to subsea, to floating productions platforms, Siemens real world deployments of scalable, software solutions help upstream customers optimize decision-making, increase productivity, maximize capital efficiency, and improve safety and security. Visitors learned how more than 35 years of operational offshore experience – combined with our digital expertise – turned data into value throughout the entire value chain.
Together with Munich Mayor Christian Ude, Siemens President and CEO Peter Löscher has laid the foundation stone for the company's new headquarters building, which will be completed on Wittelsbacherplatz in Munich by the end of 2015. The future inner-city complex will provide employees with a 21st-century working environment and be freely accessible to the general public at ground level. Siemens has set the highest standards for sustainability for its new headquarters, and will fulfill the criteria for minimum energy consumptions in buildings.