- Siemens will supply its ultra-fast EV chargers and wall or pole mounted devices across the country
- Electromin is expanding its charger network in Saudi Arabia and plans to develop EV services and infrastructure across the Middle East
Siemens agreed to
supply Electromin, the e-Mobility unit of Saudi Arabia’s lubricants and
automotive services company Petromin, with electric vehicle (EV) chargers for
its planned development of a Kingdom- and region-wide charging network.
- Eight desalination plants with process automation, drive technology, process instrumentation and communication technology
- Total capacity of 240,000 cubic meters per day
- Order volume is a double-digit million Euro figure
Siemens has received a follow-up order from the A3C consortium (Rawafid Industrial, Advanced Water Technology, SETE and Al Fatah) to equip eight seawater desalination plants in Saudi Arabia with electrical equipment. The new plants for seawater desalination using the principle of reverse osmosis are spread along the West coast of Saudi Arabia. The total capacity of the plants will be 240,000 cubic meters per day, with a power consumption of just three kilowatts per cubic meter of produced water, which is below the usual value and will provide significant energy savings. The scope of supply from Siemens includes hardware and software engineering, power distribution, PCS7 automation, medium and low voltage converters, Industrial Ethernet communication technology and process instrumentation for eight reverse osmosis plants, plus plant commissioning. The project will follow a tight schedule, with commissioning planned from autumn 2019.
- Siemens Energy to supply 20 compressor trains for a critical gas project in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)
- The project will enable the operator to manage its surplus gas volumes efficiently to meet seasonal demands
Siemens Energy was selected to provide centrifugal compressor systems for Saudi Aramco’s Hawiyah Unayzah Gas Reservoir Storage (HUGRS) project. The plant includes a gas injection facility with a capacity of 1,500 million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD) (42,475,270 cubic meters per day, or m3/d) and a withdrawal facility capable of processing up to 2,000 MMSCFD (56,633,693 m3/d) of gas.
- Order for F-class gas turbines includes service for Fadhili plant
- Turbines to be produced locally at Siemens Dammam Energy Hub
- Total order volume approximately USD 400 million
Siemens has received an order for five F-class gas turbines for a combined heat and power (CHP) plant in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. With an electrical generating capacity of about 1,500 megawatts (MW), the plant will supply about 400 MW of electricity and process steam to a new natural gas extraction plant in Fadhili which is located 100 kilometers northwest of Dammam in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom. The additional 1,100 MW will be sufficient to supply power to 1.1 million Saudi households. All five turbines will be produced at the Siemens Dammam Energy Hub (SDEH), the first manufacturing facility for gas turbines in Saudi Arabia and the largest in the Middle East. Purchaser is the South Korean company Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd. who is responsible for Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of the plant.
- Includes world's most powerful transformers ever supplied for a mobile substation
- Fast-track installation and connection time of less than a wee
Siemens has been awarded an order to supply two mobile substations to National Grid SA, the transmission operator of Saudi Electricity Company. Based on the unique specifications from National Grid SA, Siemens has combined its existing innovative mobile substation modules together to design and manufacture two 380kV mobile substations able to fit and suit in any network area of the kingdom. With a rating of 502 megavolt amperes (MVA) each, these two high-voltage mobile substations will be the most powerful ever built in a single feeder configuration. A mobile substation is mounted on a special trailer and can easily be transported wherever needed.
Siemens is supporting the new King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia, which has begun its academic instruction this semester. KAUST is a graduate research university in Thuwal on the Red Sea, with a diverse, international faculty and graduate student body. Siemens is a founding member of the partnership program KAUST Industrial Collaboration Program (KICP) which aims to intensify cooperation with industry on a regional and a global scale. The focus of the international university’s research activities will include renewable energy, environmental technologies, and material and biosciences.
Arja Talakar has been appointed CEO of Siemens Oil & Gas, effective April 1, 2019. He will be based in Houston, Texas, the global headquarters for Oil & Gas and its parent operating company, Siemens Gas and Power.
- Siemens announces projects to be supported in the Third Funding
- Up to US$ 30 million in funding to be awarded
- Siemens Integrity Initiative's
funding volume exceeds US$ 100 million
As part of the Siemens Integrity Initiative, which has a funding volume
of more than US$ 100 million, Siemens AG has named new projects to receive
funding in order to promote corruption-free markets.
With six lines and a total route length of 176 kilometers, Riyadh is constructing one of the world’s largest metro projects. Riyadh currently has a population of 6.5 million people which is set to increase to 8.3 million by 2030 due to its rapid urban growth. As part of a consortium with the US company Bechtel and the local construction firms Almabani and Consolidated Contractors Company, Siemens Mobility is responsible for building lines 1 (Blue Line) and 2 (Red Line). Siemens Mobility, as Engineering and Maintenance partner, is supplying the rolling stock for driverless operation. Moreover, the scope includes project management, signaling, power supply, communication systems, depot and workshop equip¬ment, platform screen doors, testing and commissioning and system integration in a turnkey approach.
- Siemens and Desert Technologies launch joint venture Capton Energy to develop and invest in solar and smart infrastructure in the Middle East, Africa and Asia
- Capton Energy aims to invest in projects of 1GW in aggregate and boost the supply of clean, stable and affordable power in under-served markets
Siemens and Desert Technologies have
launched a joint venture to develop and invest in solar and smart infrastructure in Africa,
the Middle East and Asia, as
announced today at Expo 2020 Dubai. The venture, Capton Energy – which aims to build
up a portfolio of investments in projects with an aggregate capacity of more
than 1 gigawatts (GW) – will support projects providing clean, reliable, and affordable energy in areas that need it most.