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  • Shell selects Siemens as its single main power distribution contractor
    édité le 16/06/2010 - Plus de news de "SIEMENS" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "SIEMENS"


Shell selects Siemens as its single main power distribution contractor
Shell has signed a five-year global framework agreement with Siemens AG for the provision of integrated power distribution systems used in Shell’s projects all over the world. Based on this agreement Siemens Energy will provide Shell with power distribution technology used in Shell’s refinery, gas and chemical as well as exploration projects as the sole main power distribution contractor. Shell’s annual capital expenditure for power distribution ranges between USD300 million and USD400 million.

“We’re proud that Shell has opted for our first-class, field-proven technology. As the projects in the oil and gas industry are challenging and expensive, reliability and efficiency are the key factors for success,” said Ralf Christian, CEO of the Power Distribution Division of Siemens Energy. This division within Siemens Energy posted revenue totaling EUR3.3 billion in 2009.

“The global framework agreement is a long-term, collaborative, performance-based relationship that will facilitate the delivery of considerable value to both parties. The Enterprise Categories & Suppliers organization is currently emulating this approach in many other global categories as part of Shell’s new contracting and procurement strategy,” said Ronaldo Marques, Group Manager for Shell’s Enterprise Category for Equipment. “As the main power distribution contractor, we will to the full extent possible be able to use our broad-based competence to design and implement turnkey energy distribution systems for Shell,” said Dr. Wolfgang Heuring, CEO of Siemens’ Medium Voltage Business Unit.

The global framework agreement covers gas-insulated high-voltage switchgear and gas- or air-insulated medium-voltage switchgear. Oil-filled and dry transformers are also included as well as control systems for energy management and services such as project management, engineering and site supervision. Joint ventures in which Shell has a majority stake are also included in the agreement. Siemens will deliver the ordered solutions complying with all required standards such as IEC or ANSI/NEMA from its global manufacturing network.

“This global framework agreement marks a completely new approach within Shell for the provision of our main power distribution scope, and I strongly support and advocate the agreement,” said Wim de Wilt, Shell’s Global Discipline Head for Electrical.


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