Creating perfect places to source and deliver energy. That’s ingenuity for life.
Energy supplies need to be constant. For energy infrastructure, that means being safe, secure and connected.
We understand employee and site safety is your top priority. Each day is about managing and preventing risk in your oil, gas and petrochemical facilities. Siemens helps you improve the safety and comfort of your workforce while improving the security and operational integrity of your infrastructure. From production and exploration to refinement and distribution—we tailor our solutions and services to meet your challenges along the entire oil, gas and petrochemical supply and demand chain.
Leverette G. Hoover
General Manager – Alaska/Hawaii
Disabled American Veteran – USAF
Siemens Industry Inc.
533 Fairbanks St.
Anchorage, AK 99518
Tel: (907) 563-2242
Fax: (907) 563-6139
Siemens Smart Infrastructure
Connecting Siemens with the needs and priorities of a changing world
Urbanization, demography, digitalization, climate change, globalization—Global megatrends continue to change our markets. People are moving into cities rapidly, creating a demand for reliable and clean energy. Data is driving our decision making in everything we do, from what we buy to how we manage our own home’s energy consumption. Energy sources are becoming more decentralized, and the transition to renewables is requiring new storage solutions and more reliable grid connections.
With smart infrastructure from Siemens, we intelligently connect energy systems, buildings and industries to adapt and evolve the way we live and work. We create an ecosystem that intuitively responds to the needs of people and helps us to better use resources. It helps our customers to thrive, communities to progress, and supports sustainable development to protect our planet for the next generation.
Smart Infrastructure brings together energy systems—from the intelligent control across the grid to medium-voltage distribution systems, through a broad range of low-voltage and control products, to the point of consumption—with the broad portfolio of building technology. We support utilities, building customers and industries with a wide range of applications.
Addressing Customer Needs
Depending on the exact purpose of your oil and gas or petrochemical facility, creating a safe and secure work environment can involve any number of different technologies and strategies. We can help you develop a roadmap to cost-effectively meet your life safety, security, and infrastructure management goals.
Siemens Smart Infrastructure provides local- and wide-spread implementation across oil, gas and petrochemical sites of:
Employee and business health, safety security and environmental (HSSE)
Security of physical assets
Rapid Deployment of Solutions and Rapid Response to Problems
Transparency of operations
Widescale deployment and support
Solutions and Services
Switching and protecting with contactors and motor starter protectors
Electronic starting devices for motors
Push buttons and position switches
Functional and safety relays; motor management devices
Low-voltage protection devices, switching devices, measuring and monitoring devices
Low-voltage distribution boards and systems
Medium-voltage vacuum circuit breakers, contactors and interrupters
EV1) charging and storage for residential
Integrated building management software and platforms for automation, fire safety, security and other domains
Room automation and lighting control
Sensors, valves and actuators
HVAC2) OEM controls and devices
Cloud applications and gateways
Security (access control and video surveillance)
Medium-voltage primary and secondary switchgear/generator breaker systems/outdoor systems
Low-voltage switchboards, motor control center and busbar trunking systems
Distribution and traction transformers
Energy storage systems
PV3) inverter systems
eMobility charging infrastructure
Substation automation, protection and smart communications
Grid operation and control
Smart grid applications, analytics and IoT offerings
Grid planning and simulation
Areas of Building Technology Expertise
Power Equipment Centers (PECs)