- Siemens Energy to design, manufacture, install and commission grid stabilization technology in South Wales, UK
- Site is due to be operational in autumn 2021
Work to construct one of the UK’s first grid stabilization facilities has been started by Siemens Energy, who has been appointed to design, manufacture, install and commission the new site in South Wales, UK, on behalf of independent power developer, Welsh Power.
- ‘Powering Progress’ report from SSE Thermal and
Siemens Energy highlights the socio-economic impacts of the UK’s newest and
most efficient power station
Thermal’s Keadby 2 Power Station in North Lincolnshire, which is currently
being constructed by Siemens Energy, will contribute over £1bn to the UK
economy over its lifetime, according to a new report released today.
- Solution combines Bentley Systems Inc.’s asset performance software capabilities with Siemens Energy’s oil and gas equipment expertise
- Enhances equipment uptime and reliability while reducing maintenance costs and safety risks
Siemens Energy and Bentley Systems, Inc. (Bentley) have announced a joint solution that delivers intelligent analytics derived from domain experience to reduce operating expenditures associated with oil and gas assets. The new service, known as Asset Performance Management for Oil & Gas, or APM4O&G, incorporates key complementary offerings from both companies to help operators enhance asset performance, eliminate downtime, and reduce maintenance costs.
Siemens Energy today inaugurated a service center and a training academy in Egypt. The service center is the first of its kind in the region, combining a repair center, a tooling center and a spare-parts warehouse under one roof.
- The project represents Mozambique’s first onshore LNG development
Siemens Energy gas turbines will help generate low-emission power onsite
CCS JV (a joint venture between Saipem and McDermott) recently selected Siemens Energy to supply emissions-reducing power generation equipment and boil-off gas compressors for the Mozambique LNG Project in the Cabo Delgado province on Africa’s East Coast. The project, led by TOTAL E&P Mozambique Area 1, includes the development of offshore gas fields in Mozambique’s Area 1 and a liquefaction plant with a capacity in excess of 12 million tons per year.
- Siemens Energy to locate
corporate headquarters in Berlin
- Several sites under
examination, in particular the Berlin-Moabit site
- Clear commitment to shaping the
future of Berlin as a centre of industry and innovation
The State of Berlin and Siemens Energy
today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the Rotes Rathaus in
Berlin. In the MoU, the parties agreed to develop a joint location and
structural concept for the establishment of the Corporate Center of Siemens
Energy in Berlin. The agreement was signed by the Governing Mayor of Berlin,
Michael Müller, by the two mayors and senators Ramona Pop (Economy, Energy and
Businesses) and Dr. Klaus Lederer (Culture and Europe) as well as by the
Siemens Energy board members Dr. Christian Bruch (CEO) and Maria Ferraro (CFO).
- 3-day virtual conference entitled ‘Shaping the Energy of Tomorrow’
- Attracted significant, high-level speaker participation
- Event partners include DIHK, Ghorfa, GMIS and Masdar
Siemens Energy & partners are holding a major Middle East and Africa-focused virtual conference, entitled ‘Shaping the Energy of Tomorrow’, from October 19 – 21, 2020, to drive forward the sustainability and decarbonization agenda at a defining moment in the energy industry.
- Memorandum of Understanding for
joint holistic hydrogen system for rail
- Siemens Energy and Siemens
Mobility decarbonize the mobility sector
and Siemens Mobility have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly
develop and offer hydrogen systems for trains. The agreement was signed by
Albrecht Neumann, CEO of Rolling Stock at Siemens Mobility and Armin
Schnettler, Executive Vice President (EVP) of New Energy Business at Siemens
Energy. The project aims at jointly developing holistic hydrogen solutions for
rail transport and offering them to customers to promote the hydrogen economy
in Germany and Europe and support decarbonization in the mobility sector.
- MDR, powered by Eos.ii™, helps
secure the energy transition for small and medium-sized energy companies from
the increasing threat of cyberattacks
- The service’s Eos.ii technology platform and OT security operations center monitors and detects potential cyberthreats in real-time
Siemens Energy today announced a new
artificial intelligence (AI)-based industrial cybersecurity service, Managed Detection and Response (MDR), powered by Eos.ii, to help small and
medium-sized energy companies defend critical infrastructure against
cyberattacks. MDR’s technology platform, Eos.ii, leverages AI and machine
learning methodologies to gather and model real-time energy asset intelligence.
This allows Siemens Energy’s cybersecurity experts to monitor, detect and
uncover attacks before they execute. Armed with actionable insights from MDR’s
technology platform, Siemens Energy’s cybersecurity experts implement precise
defense measures in the company’s state-of-the-art operational
technology-security operations center (OT-SOC) to defend power generation, oil
and gas, renewable energy, and transmission and distribution customers.
- China’s CCHP project with the largest single unit
- Combined cycle power generation achieved with fast speed
The second unit
provided by Siemens Energy for its first double H-class gas turbines project in
China has accomplished trial operation with full load, marking the successful
commercial operation of the complete Zengcheng CCHP project. Located in Zengcheng
District, Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province, the project will play a key
contributory role in support of the development of the Guangdong-Hong
Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area with a supply of clean energy. The project has a
total installed capacity of 1200MW and an annual power generation capacity of
4.384 billion kWh. Invested by Huadian Fuxin Energy Corporation Limited
(Huadian Fuxin), a subsidiary of China Huadian Corporation Ltd (CHD), the
project is by far the largest Combined Cooling, Heating and Power (CCHP)
project in China.