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Siemens AG is a German multinational conglomerate company headquartered in Munich and the largest industrial manufacturing company in Europe with branch offices abroad.

Editor's note: Updated Dec. 20, 2019.

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OTCMKTS: SIEGY
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Munich
Germany

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An expert panel of judges has selected the top 25 industry projects that open new and better avenues to the complicated process of…

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Onsite generation by midstream operators cuts costs and boosts revenues in the sprawling, electricity-hungry Permian Basin play.

Siemens Gas and Power has entered into an agreement with Total, a broad energy group, to advance new concepts for green LNG production…

The customer, Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering (MMHE) has formed a joint venture with TechnipFMC to execute this work, with…

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Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2014-09-22 $7,600.00

Germany’s Siemens Pays Steep Price For Oilfield Equipment Maker Dresser-Rand

Germany’s Siemens Pays Steep Price For Oilfield Equipment Maker Dresser-Rand

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Matthew Wilhoit, Vice President of Siemens Energy Unconventional Oil & Gas, sat down with Jessica Morales to discuss Permian Basin Operations.

While no industry today is safe from malicious cyber activity, pipelines represent an especially attractive target due to their interconnected and distributed nature, as well as the high impact outcome that can arise from a successful attack.

As shale-oil operators adopt manufacturing models and mindsets to lower the costs of completions and production, they are deploying more and more digital technologies in diverse applications, many of which Siemens pioneered years ago. Read on to learn how digitalization can drive more efficiency, visibility, and reliability in the digital oilfield to improve capital efficiency and returns.

The midstream market has evolved. Siemens evolved with it, to meet the emerging needs of pipeline operators globally.

It is no longer a question of if the oil and gas industry will undergo full-scale digital transformation, it is a matter of when.