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Oil and gas will remain the backbone of the global energy supply for decades to come. The importance of natural gas as the cleanest fossil energy resource will even grow. Proven reserves climb new highs, based on deep sea exploration and unconventional resources.
The time of easy oil & gas are over for good. Only by applying appropriate technologies can the reach of global resources be extended. Three levers are driving this development: Firstly, exploration focuses on areas in so-called harsh environments (e. g. deep-sea). Secondly, the increased use of unconventional resources. And finally, the industry has begun to apply technologies that make better use of existing fields, no gas flaring, enhanced oil recovery, and depletion compression being the buzz words here.
Volatile oil prices and the oil price drop we are facing since the second half of 2014 call for more efficient processes along the way from production to consumption. Sustainability is a matter of leveraging the right technology, one that will help us improve a plant’s CAPEX and OPEX as well as its environmental performance.
Made to measure
Siemens stands for reliable, innovative, efficient and environmentally friendly solutions throughout the entire value-added process for oil and gas and along the total lifecycle.
Leading technological expertise in electrification, automation, digitalization, water technologies and compression and pumping grant a solid foundation for our wide range of high-performance products and services. Integrated packages of entire functionalities cut down interface conflicts to help optimize a plant’s CAPEX and OPEX and mitigate a project`s risks.
Integrated solution packages for EICT
High efficient plant management by digital oilfield concept
Enhanced oil recovery based on produced water reinjection
Digital Twin 3D Visualization
Realistic staff training onshore with COMOS Walkinside
Dynamic model for real time management and maintenance
Power substations and electrical equipment for reliable operation
Pump strings with variable speed drives for efficient oil transport
Real-time monitoring and control for highest safety
In order to meet the challenges of a sustainable energy system measures have to be taken all along the energy conversion chain from the utilization of fossil resources through power generation and transportation to improvements in consumption.