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Digitalization for the Oil and Gas Industry
'Big Data' and the 'Internet of Things' are driving the rapid pace of digital adoption across multiple industries. The highly cyclical oil and gas industry is beginning a transformation of its own, increasingly looking toward data-driven solutions to improve its bottom line. Siemens is at the forefront of this trend. With a focus on asset management - from pre-FEED through operations and maintenance - see how we're applying software-based solutions to enhance design and manufacturing through advanced virtualization.
Siemens at OTC 2018
With expertise in electrification, automation, digitalization and rotating equipment, Siemens works closely with oil and gas customers to improve performance and reduce risk, delivering what matters most: efficiency, predictability, reliability, safety—and ultimately, peace of mind. It all starts with a single trait that has been as much a part of our 170-year legacy as the name Siemens: ingenuity. To learn more, visit us at booth #1051.
See the digital twin come to life – bringing the geometry, design data and operational information to the workface – laborers, foremen, superintendents… all field and office personnel can be assured, that as the physical footprint of an asset changes, the digital twin will remain in sync. Ensuring fidelity of the digital twin ensures accurate and timely analytics.
Health, environment, and safety (HSE) in the oil and gas industry is a key concern across all areas of the supply chain—given that energy supply needs to be constant in this market. Evident of this is the forecasted 60% growth in HSE spend by 2030 by oil and gas companies.
Maximizing Equipment Availability with Remote Diagnostic Services and Minor Inspections
Remote Diagnostic Service helps the customer optimize his asset production, by turning operational data into actual values. In a proactive approach, Siemens monitors the complete range of oil and gas and industrial rotating equipment to identify a potential problem before it impacts operation.
Minor Inspections help to catch potential problems before they become large-scale complications, but traditional Minor Inspections can require up to three days of downtime. Siemens now offers a solution that allows customers to increase equipment availability and maximize production.
Program Manager, Siemens Power Generation Services Division
Service Line Manager, Siemens Power Generation Services Division
Additive Manufacturing for Turbomachinery
The 3D printing concept has been around for quite some time. Siemens has invested heavily in this ‘additive manufacturing’ approach, to take the concept from prototype through to production manufacturing and repair of components used in commercial turbomachinery operations. This presentation will discuss how Siemens is leveraging the power of additive manufacturing to reduce the lead time and improve the life cycle of complex parts, enabling customers to reduce outage duration and improve the availability of their assets.
Director Repair Development & Additive Manufacturing, Siemens Power Generation Services Division
Gas Turbine Power and Compression Solutions for FPSOs and Offshore Vessels
The FPSO industry is growing again with the announcement of several new FPSO vessels awarded in the last year. Learn about the projected FPSO market growth and learn how Siemens gas turbine technology is providing solutions to the power and compression needs of these critical offshore vessels.
Business Development, Gas Turbines, Dresser-Rand Business Unit
Industrial Communications Networks: The Basis of Digitalization in Oil and Gas
In volatile market conditions, companies need to make more reliable decisions within shorter times and tighter budgets. Industrial communication is a key enabler of digitalization in the Oil & Gas Industry, as it is required to ensure a reliable, secure and constant flow of information along the complete value chain. Learn how these networks ensure a constant flow of critical data that can facilitate the reduction of capital and operational expenditures (CAPEX and OPEX), while also fulfilling HSSE (Health, Safety, Security, and Environment) requirements.
Davinder Harcharan Singh
Principal Business Developer, Oil & Gas, Industrial Communication and Identification