Siemens' state-of-the-art Pipeline Pump Station Kit for Green and Brownfield pipeline businesses integrates mechanical pumping and electrical design with a digital overlay to deliver the highest pipeline throughput and foster decreased cost of ownership and operation.
As Variable Frequency Drives become more common and frequently used, VFD topology can significantly reduce project CAPEX and OPEX helping to ensure VFP projects move forward instead of dissolving at the conceptual stage.
Is the Oil and Gas sector ready to handle advanced and emerging cyber threats? A leader in cybersecurity across multiple industries, Siemens' cybersecurity business protects the critical infrastructure of its oil and gas customers. The four-step strategy enables a vigilant, secure and resilient infrastructure to handle emerging cyber threats.
"Lower for Longer" is pressuring businesses to optimize processes and the critical information that you depend upon. The Siemens Digitalization solution architecture ensures information flows seamlessly - from phase to phase - across the entire lifecycle of an industrial plant. This ensures that your equipment, products, and monitoring services yield the maximum required benefits.
Siemens Drive Train Analytics combine digital remote monitoring and analytics with a rapid response service support model to provide the highest levels of uptime for drives and motors.
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The opencloud platform from Siemens - MindSphere - is the centerpiece of a powerful IoT operating system that provides data analytics and connectivity capabilities and allows oil and gas companies to drive the performance and optimization of their assets for maximized uptime.
Upstream customers seek ways to improve processes, while reducing life cycle costs to increase profit and reliability. Siemens studied the installation of Medium Voltage Drives in Electrical Submersible Pumps and they found OPEX savings and reduced installation and floorplan costs.
Generator breaker switchgear is highly specialised switchgear placed between generating assets and the generator step up transformer in order to isolate the two in the case of a fault.
According to the IEC/IEEE 62271-37-013, it is mandatory to be applied for generators above 30 MVA and provides numerous advantages including minimizing downtime, and increasing security of supply, reliability and availability of power at the plant.
Blue Air GIS: Siemens has developed an innovative solution using alternative technologies that enable the SF6-Gas-free, easy, and secure transmission of electrical power.
Siemens Next Generation Mobile and Plug and Play Substation Skids offer better connectivity with the grid and have unique features of asset management and remote monitoring of the substation.
Siemens Echogen® waste heat recovery system uses supercritical carbon dioxide as the working fluid to convert waste heat into power. This compact, flexible system can integrate with a wide variety of heat sources without disrupting existing plant operations. Operators see savings through the system's unique combination of a lower cost per unit of electricity produced, compact footprint, higher energy recovery and monetization from the waste heat stream, and ability to generate power from a wide range of heat sources.
Siemens offers a comprehensive suite of simulation tools that enable improved understanding of systems and process, delivering more cost-effective and efficient process and production systems.