- 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.
- Siemens has donated ultrasound and X-ray devices, as well as a fully-equipped intensive care unit
- Siemens donated the equipment to the Egyptian Ministry of Health and Population and Ahl Masr Foundation
- Siemens is establishing a fully-equipped smart healthcare clinic in Greater Cairo
- Employees raise donations to provide front line medical staff with PPEs through Ahl Masr Foundation
Siemens has developed a multi-phased plan to help mitigate the impact of Covid-19 and increase access to healthcare in Egypt through the provision of medical facilities, equipment and supplies. In addtion to the donation of Siemens mobile X-ray and ultrasound devices to the Egyptian Ministry of Health, Siemens has also donated a fully-equipped intensive care unit with a vitally needed ventilator to Ahl Masr Foundation. Siemens is also establishing a smart healthcare clinic in the province of Shoubra El Kheima to improve access to primary healthcare services in Greater Cairo and as well help with the diagnosis of Covid-19.
- Charitable contribution was raised by Siemens, Siemens Energy and Siemens Healthineers, and their employees in the UAE
- Funds will support a humanitarian project in the Middle East which will be overseen by Siemens and the Foundation
Siemens and its employees in the United Arab Emirates contributed Dh430,000 to H.H. Sheikh Sultan Bin Khalifa Al Nahyan Humanitarian & Scientific Foundation (SBKF), part of a charity drive to help confront the suffering caused by Covid-19.
- Microgrid technology is part of a Cooperation Agreement with the SQU’s College of Engineering
- Siemens will also help SQU with curriculum development and revamp its Smart Grid lab which will contribute to the training of Omani engineering students
Siemens will provide equipment and software for a microgrid at Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) that will improve power supply reliability and lower costs by combining electricity from solar, wind and battery storage. The microgrid at SQU is the first deployment of the technology for Siemens in the Middle East, and is the company’s first contribution in a new cooperation agreement with the university.
- New VR solution to allow remote testing, validation, and training
- Usage of AR and VR technology in projects will reduce costs and time
Siemens Energy is launching new virtual reality (VR)-based solutions in the Middle East, specifically tailored to power transmission companies, allowing them to remotely test, validate and train employees. The new solutions will help clients ensure business continuity, at a time when the global COVID-19 pandemic resulted in travel restrictions and social distancing precautions.
- Providing reliable power supply to Ramadi, Fallujah, Saqlawyah, Khalediyah cities and surrounding areas in Al Anbar governorate
- Enabling efficient transmission and a higher utilization of Al Anbar power plant’s generated power to support demand growth
Siemens Energy and the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity have signed a contract for the Al Hamudhia substation, which will provide reliable and efficient power supply to the cities of Ramadi, Fallujah, Saqlawyah, Khalediyah and surrounding areas in Al Anbar governorate, North West of Baghdad.
- Siemens Energy supplies the electrification package for the expansion of Line 3, a key transit route in the Middle East’s most populous city
- Project includes application of holistic substation operating system, capable of controlling and handling power demands in the future
Siemens Energy is providing the complete electrification package, including a suite of comprehensive technologies, for Line 3 of Cairo’s metro expansion, a project that will ultimately link the heavily populated city with Cairo International Airport.
- Al-Tawheed Center in Salah ad-Din Province was renovated by Iraq’s Ministry of Health
- Siemens donated advanced medical and power equipment to NGO Lions Foundation Germany to support the rehabilitation of the clinic
- Clinic is open to the public and has the capacity to treat up to 15,000 patients a year
As the world continues to grapple with a global pandemic, Siemens and Siemens Healthineers, the Iraqi Ministry of Health, the Office of the Governor and the Directorate of Health in Salah ad-Din Province, and the German NGO Stiftung der Deutschen Lions (Lions Foundation Germany) inaugurated the reopening of a health clinic in Baiji, Iraq.
- Efficient technology provides 35% of Oman’s power generation capacity and delivers 70% of the sultanate’s water supply
- New report reveals Siemens’ contribution to Omani society
- Omani citizens comprise almost half of Siemens employees in the sultanate, exceeding the minimum requirement for the private sector
After almost five decades of operating in
Oman, Siemens has quantified its contribution to society through its operations
in a report titled ‘
In Oman, for Oman – Making real what matters.’ The
findings illustrate the company’s commitment to the country in line with Oman’s
vision for a diversified, sustainable future.