The company said the agreement was a further milestone in Siemens` continued support for energy infrastructure in Latin America. Siemens stated that its long-term flex (FlexLTP) service and maintenance program will provide a high level of availability and performance through proactive planning through continuous monitoring and remote support. Avoid emergencies, minimize unnecessary expenses, ensure the reliability of facilities and regain control of your budgets with a comprehensive Siemens maintenance program. Through an assistance agreement based on three levels of service (silver, gold and platinum), Siemens can provide all the technical services, manpower, tools and control equipment needed to efficiently operate your electrical system. Protecting our customers` investments with a high-end service for rotary equipment is the key to Siemens` customer service philosophy. Siemens` Long-Term Service Program (FlexLTP) goes even further by offering a maintenance program created for you, based on your individual needs and requirements. Whether you want to maximize production by extending the time between inspections, conducting your inspections at a time when your facility is already closed, optimizing the cost of the life cycle by replacing the facility, or wanting to work without predetermined inspections, Siemens FlexLTP can adapt to your needs: uncompromising flexibility – that`s what we call FlexLTP. “Qatar is experiencing rapid growth in industry, economy and population,” said Tim Holt, CEO of Siemens Power Generation Services, Power and Gas. “Supported by our experienced technical experts, strong presence in the region, and in close collaboration with our customers, advanced services and maintenance solutions will help ensure that this new plant still operates reliably for many years to come.” In addition to the projects currently underway, Siemens has signed a 10-year service contract for the Panhandle 2 wind project in Texas (182 MW) that Pattern Energy is ready to acquire when the project is commissioned before the end of the year.
Kuwait`s Minister of Electricity and Water (MEW) has awarded Siemens Energy a five-year service contract for the maintenance of 116 high-voltage substations, according to the energy giant. “We look forward to working closely with the SSE team to ensure the operational security of the project through the use of advanced digital service solutions, conventional services, engineering know-how and local support.” “We look forward to continuing to sustainably meet Kuwait`s long-term energy needs. The services provided to these substations will help maximize performance, reduce operating costs and provide the department with better network management,” he adds. Qatar`s second-largest energy power order in the past six months Underscoring the growing confidence of its customers in the valuable benefits Siemens Energy can offer through its flexible, longer-term wind service agreements, the company has secured 10-year wind service agreements that include more than 400 onshore wind turbines in the United States. Canada and Puerto Rico. The client is Pattern Energy Group Inc. based in San Francisco. Together, the scope of these long-term contracts is one of Siemens` largest single-customer contracts in North America.
The long-term service contract aims to improve the operational capacity, flexibility and profitability of the Um Al-Houl plant by improving efficiency, reliability and availability throughout the lifecycle. The agreement enables the implementation of innovative service solutions through preventive maintenance, reduced delivery times and external technical assistance on site.