Oil & Gas
Siemens is working with the oil and gas industry across Australia and New Zealand to plan today for a stronger, more efficient tomorrow.
The new age of Oil & Gas
Smart technologies and sustainable solutions
Facing a potentially ‘lower for longer’ scenario, the oil and gas industry is beginning a transformation of its own, increasingly looking toward data-driven solutions to boost performance, enhance efficiency and ultimately, to reduce costs. Siemens is a single-source supplier to the industry for all mission-critical technology. Delivering a solution for the entire value chain – from production to transportation to processing – to increase productivity and make businesses more competitive.
Transforming the industry through digitalization
Digitalization, Industry 4.0 and The Internet of Things are all drivers in influencing the adoption of digital technologies across multiple industries. The oil and gas industry in the Pacific region can take bold steps toward automated, digitalized environments with Siemens.
Data-based solutions translate to efficiency gains and cost savings, all the more critical in a ‘lower for longer’ scenario. And, your competitors are already pursuing digital solutions.
‘Digital twins’ enhance design, engineering, testing, training operations and maintenance. Data analytics and cybersecurity services protect and optimize the lifecycle of equipment.
We combine software with expertise in data analytics and extensive digital solutions experience to create a digital roadmap for your solutions – and your success.
We develop a digital roadmap together to make your company more competitive.
State-of-the-art service facilities for the oil and gas industry
Service support is on hand at our two state-of-the-art service centres in Perth and Adelaide.
An Australian oil and gas company’s floating production, storage, and offloading facility has benefited from Siemens technology. Read more about the Woodside upgrade that keeps the Woodside systems in line with technology evolution as well as provide new features.
Okha floating production, storage, and offloading facility (FPSO) connects to 10 subsea wells with an estimated production capacity of 60,000 barrels a day and storage capacity of 925,000 barrels.
Integrated control and safety system is based on a Simatic PCS7 process control system with fault-tolerant controllers and a combination of standard and safety I/O systems.
Siemens experts in Australia have been involved in the Okha project from its early stages and provided comprehensive training for Woodside engineering and maintenance personnel.
Siemens has invested more than 40 years in adding value, efficiency and innovation to the oil and gas industry. Following the acquisition of Dresser-Rand and the Rolls-Royce Energy gas turbine and compressor business, Siemens is a single-source solution partner for the oil and gas industry.
Efficiency through Plant Lifecycle Management solutions