its operations across different sectors, Siemens represents 35% of Oman’s power
generating capacity and 60% of distribution and transmission of electricity,
ensuring that 4.7 million residents have access to power. When it comes to
creating local jobs, 48% of Siemens’ workforce in the sultanate are Omani
citizens, exceeding the minimum requirement of 30% for the private sector.
Furthermore, 60% of Siemens local purchasing volume is allocated to 150 Omani
companies. Siemens’ innovated building technologies are used in 90 landmarks
across the country and 85% of hospitals. The delivery of 70% of Oman’s daily
water supply is enabled by Siemens technology.
is one of the Siemens’ key pillars, alongside electrification and automation,
and is implemented across its portfolio. The company uses innovative digital
technology to merge the physical and virtual worlds, harnessing data to create
value for customers and to protect the planet. For example, Siemens supplies
digital solutions for 90% of the wellheads in Oman and 65% of gas
chromatographs, which are used to analyze and monitor emissions.
To ensure sustainable development while
preserving the environment and to strike a balance between economic and social
development, the Gulf Arab nation has outlined its plans for the future in the
Oman Vision 2040. It focuses on reducing reliance on hydrocarbon exports, creating
new employment opportunities for Omani nationals, and upgrading infrastructure
to help the country become an industrial and trade hub.