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Ntnu visit overview sisog ons portfolio

Solutions for the Oil & Gas Industry

NTNU VisitOverview SISOG ONS portfolio


Sisog cis product family overview r d
SISOGCIS Product Family / Overview R&D

“Incremental” Innovations

“Disruptive” or “Radical” innovations

  • Compressor Stations

    • COMP A (Automation)

    • COMP D (Electrical Drives)

  • Gas Wellheads / Gas Treatment

  • Tank Farm Management

  • Pipeline Supervisory / Security

  • US-based Software Projects

    • Oil and Gas Manager (OGM)

    • Pressure Protection Manager (PPM)

  • Oilsand Portfolio (Extraction/Separation/Transport)

  • Synthetic Fuels

  • Water Re-injection

  • US-based Software Projects

    • Engineering Information Management platform (EIMp)

    • Electronic Management of Change (eMOC)


Ntnu visit overview sisog ons portfolio

4

OGM PortfolioInvest over Product LC and Innovation Type

2007

2008

FY

2009

Basic development/Introduction**

Growth**

Maturity/Harvest***

Total

2‘4

Upgrades

2’5

2’7

5‘6

Incremental Innovations

6’0

6’0

1'9

Radical Innovations

1’9

2’3

5‘5

1’5

3’8

4’0

4’0

5‘0

5’2

1‘1

1‘2

Total

* Generic developments; no marketable product or market still not stable; ** Strong growing market (>5%); *** Flat or shrinking market (+5% to <-5%)


Sisog cis comp a
SISOGCIS COMP A

Project Title: Automation for Compressor Stations

GZ: IP O&G

Responsible: Helmut Liepold

Product Lines: Automation

Product Family: SISOGCIS

Type of Incremental

Innovation

Status: M250 (Realization)

Economic value: 2‘1 €

EBIT Margin (Ø 5y.):

7.0 %

Additional Sales (Ø 5y.): 5’5 €

Objective of R&D project

  • Development of a globally applicable, integrated compressor station control system

  • End-to-end system covering all subsystems of the Compressor station, i.e. station control, ESD, Fire & Gas, unit control

  • Best practice approach

  • Use of standard automation Kernel (CIS CK)

Initial Situation

  • Huge revamp market due to about 4000 installed compressor stations worldwide

  • Most compressor station have various different automation platforms for different subsystems, resulting in difficult and expensive maintenance

  • Siemens attended existing markets with locally maintained solutions

  • Market share increase difficult

Customer Benefits / USP

  • End-to-end system platform

    - lowest lifecycle costs

    - lowest CAPEX due to most efficient utilization of system resources

    - safety of investment due to worldwide availability of service

Approach

Strategic Fit

  • Strengthen technology and automation focus

  • Completion of portfolio for pipelines

    Risks

  • Competition with

    - major players like ABB, Honeywell, Yokogawa

    - A&D service providers like grey logic

    - Specialists for station subsystems

Total FY07

R&D cost: 0‘600 x’xxx

Feasibilitystudy

Realization

Pilot / Incr.

Rollout

2003

Cost: 0‘050

2004/05

Cost: 0‘200

2006

Cost: 0’250

2007/08

Cost: 0’xxx


Sisog cis comp a typical architecture
SISOGCIS COMP A: Typical Architecture


Sisog cis comp a supplied scope
SISOGCIS COMP A: Supplied scope

COMP A consists of

  • Station Control System

  • Emergency Shut down - ESD

  • Unit Control System

  • Compressor Station Utilities

  • Energy management

  • Remote data transmission

Station control means

  • Station start-up / shutdown sequencing

  • Station flow controller

  • Load sharing

  • Flow routing

  • Gas mixing

  • Metering

  • Production reporting

  • Energy management


Sisog cis comp d
SISOGCIS COMP D

Project Title: Electric Compressor Drives

GZ: IP O&G

Responsible: Günther Duchon

Product Lines: Drives

Product Family: SISOGCIS

Type of Incremental

Innovation

Status: M300 (Commercialize)

Economic value: 10‘0 €

EBIT Margin (Ø 5y.):

5-7% %

Additional Sales (Ø 5y.): 17’0 €

Objective of R&D project

  • Development of a highly standardized and reliable drive solution

  • Achieve highest quality in project execution through standardization

  • Standardize documentation during offer and project execution

Initial Situation

  • No standardized solutions for large drive systems

  • Offer process depending on few key persons

  • Increasing demand for electric compressor drives

Customer Benefits / USP

  • High reliability and availability due to best design and extensive experience

  • Flexible design allows for optimized plant solutions

  • High reliability and longer maintenance cycles mean lower costs for spare inventories and maintenance

  • Single source for products, solutions and services lead to optimal overall performance

Approach

Strategic Fit

  • Completion of portfolio for pipelines / transport

  • Drives as core competence

    Risks

  • Limited resources sufficiently qualified

  • PGI is acting as competitor to key customers of COMP D

  • 100% dependency on A&D products

Total FY07

R&D cost: 0‘250 0’050

Feasibilitystudy

Realization.

Improve-

ments

Rollout

2003

Cost: 0‘015

2003/04

Cost: 0‘150

2006

Cost: 0’050


Ntnu visit overview sisog ons portfolio

SISOGCIS COMP D: Reference List


Sisog cis well
SISOGCIS WELL

Project Title: Modular solutions for small and marginal gas fields

GZ: IP O&G

Responsible: Jan Arents

Product Line: Automation / Power

Product Family: SISOGCIS

Type of Incremental

Innovation

Status: M300 (Commercialize)

Economic value: 2‘0 €

EBIT Margin (Ø 5y.):

15.0 %

Additional Sales (Ø 5y.): 1‘5 €

Objective of R&D project

  • Develop a reliable production solution for marginal gas fields

  • Skid based, modular solution based on industrial standards

  • Qualification for 4” and 6” flowline

  • Add a skid based solution for gas drying

  • Define an alliance strategy with the solution partners included

Initial Situation

  • The traditional solution requires big onsite efforts like civil works, asphalt paving, communication setup etc.

  • Cost / benefit calculation does not work out for marginal gas fields

  • BC NL developed a skid based prototype with Shell / NAM that was well accepted

  • First WELL solutions sold

Customer Benefits / USP

  • Mobile concept / Reuse of the complete system

  • Wireless communication (GPRS) included

  • Dramatically reduced effort on site, meaning reduced costs and incidents

Approach

Strategic Fit

  • Globally applicable

  • Increased recovery

  • Solution approach instead of component supplier

    Risks

  • Solution will probably be copied by competitors within a short time frame

  • Development risks

Total FY07

R&D cost: x‘xxx 0’250

FeasibilityStudy

RealizationPilot

Improve-ments

Drying

2004

Cost: 0‘050

2004/05

Cost: 0‘220

2006

Cost: 0‘500

2007

Cost: 0‘250


Sisog cis well scope of supply
SISOGCIS WELL: Scope of supply


Sisog cis tms
SISOGCIS TMS

Project Title: Integrated solution for Tank farm and Terminal Management

GZ: IP O&G

Responsible: Eric Swager

Product Line: Automation / Power

Product Family: SISOGCIS

Type of Incremental

Innovation

Status: M300 (Commercialize)

Economic value: x‘x €

EBIT Margin (Ø 5y.):

xx.x %

Additional Sales (Ø 5y.): x‘x €

Objective of R&D project

  • Subject to BTeA / decision

Initial Situation

  • CS7 based solution commercialized

  • Main client (and development partner) Saudi Aramco

  • BTeA underway

  • Application does not yet provide all core features (f.e. Ship loading)

Customer Benefits / USP

  • Vertical integration from field level to ERP / MIS

  • Scalable redundancy

  • Based on standard hardware

  • Horizontal integration (mainly safety systems)

Approach

Strategic Fit

  • Integrated solutions

  • Additional volume in Instrumentation, Automation, MIS and services possible

  • Joint sales-channel with SISOG Pipe

    Risks

  • Marketing risks not yet evaluated

  • Development risks

Total FY07

R&D cost: x‘xxx 0’250

PilotProject

Standardi-

zation

BTeA

Realization

1999-2003

Cost: 1‘500

2005/06

Cost: 0‘300

2006

Cost: 0‘50

2007

Cost: 0‘290

Customer paid


Sisog cis tms overview
SISOGCIS TMS: Overview

  • Solution for control, monitoring and transaction handling of the receipt, inventory and deliveries of all liquid products in:

    • Refinery Tank farms

    • Product Supply Terminals (truck, train, marine)

    •  Air Fueling Operations

  • All material flows are completely traceable and accountable, fully integrated into enterprise-wide business environment.

  • Reliable data handling throughout the company, e.g. from single sites to networked multiple site architectures.


Sisog cis tms typical architecture

Corporate

LAN/ Intranet/ Internet

Customer Relations Management

ERP Server

ERP Workstations

Business Performance

(XHQ/ PI)

SISOG TMS Workstation

Router

Tank Gauging

Router

ESD

FEP

RTU

Driver ID

Truck ID

RemoteAFO Unit

Field Devices

SISOGCIS TMS: Typical Architecture

Level 1

(ERP)

Levels 2 & 3

(MES & AUTOMATION)

SISOG TMS/ SCADA

Operator Workstations

System

Printer

Alarm

Printer

SCADA Servers

LAN Ethernet(TCP/IP) Single or Redundant

PLC

Serial Servers

Level 4

(FIELD)

PROFIBUS

BOL

Printer

Metering

System

Preset

Controllers

Field Devices


Sisog cis pipe
SISOGCIS PIPE

Project Title: Pipeline Supervisory systems and telecommunication solutions

GZ: IP O&G

Responsible: Sanjeev Sinha

Product Line: Automation / MES

Product Family: SISOGCIS

Type of Incremental

Innovation

Status: M300 (Commercialize)

Economic value: 15‘0 €

EBIT Margin (Ø 5y.):

15.0 %

Additional Sales (Ø 5y.): 30‘0 €

Objective of R&D project

  • Assure provided technology to be cutting edge

  • Cost reduction in engineering / add on development

  • Incorporate features provided by competition (esp. Telvent, ABB)

  • Integration of pipeline specific third party components / solutions (esp. HSE)

  • Development of Migration strategies for LSX / CS7 clients

Initial Situation

  • About 100.000 km of pipelines planned

  • Worldwide trend towards more intelligent systems

  • LSX / CS7 at end of lifecycle

  • Siemens with vast experience but declining market share

  • Demand for high end solutions that are not served via system integrators and commodity systems

Customer Benefits / USP

  • Solution partner instead of product supplier

  • Telecommunication included

  • MIS / MES and HSE integration

  • High end solution serving transnational pipelines

  • Highest redundancy and availability

  • Vast project experience / references

Approach

Strategic Fit

  • Integrated solutions

  • High volume in instrumentation, automation, telecommunication and services

    Risks

  • Competitive market environment

  • Development risks

Total FY07

R&D cost: x‘xxx 0’680

LSX / CS7Lifecycle

BTeAPoC

Realization

Rollout

1994/2005

Cost: x‘xxx

2006

Cost: 0‘160

2006/08

Cost: 1‘000

2008

Cost: x‘xxx

Customer paid


Sisog cis pipe typical architecture

Master Control Center

Back-Up Master Control Center

Operator

Station

Operator

Station

Operator

Station

Engineering

Station

Training

Station

Router

Remote

Workstation

Remote

Workstation

Front End

Processor

Printer

Server

SCADA Server

Application Server

Operator

Station

Operator

Station

Operator

Station

Engineering

Station

Training

Station

Router

Front End

Processor

Printer

Server

SCADA Server

Application Server

RTU

RTU

RTU

RTU

RTU

RTU

RTU

ESD

ESD

Router

SISOGCIS PIPE: Typical Architecture

TELECONTROL VIA WAN / LAN

DCS - Station

Control System

DCS -Station Control System

Router


Sisog cis pipe additional scope of supply
SISOGCIS PIPE: Additional scope of supply

Telecom solutions

Pipeline specific applications

  • Fibre Optic Transmission System on SDH / OTN

  • UHF Trunked Radio System

  • Digital Microwave System

  • V Sat System

  • EPABX and Hotline System

  • HFSSB System

  • Non Directional Beacon System

  • Marine Radio System

  • Air to Ground Radio System

  • Leak detection & Location

  • Batch tracking

  • Pig Tracking

  • Planning / Scheduling

  • Forecaster

  • Pipeline Inventory & Efficiency

  • Compressor & Pump Optimization

  • Simulator

  • Trainer


Ntnu visit overview sisog ons portfolio

New project: Oilsand PortfolioImproved SAGD

Project Title: Flexible Optimization of Energy and Steam Consumption

GZ: I&S OGM

Responsible: Michael Koolman

Product Line: Automation / Energy

Product Family: SISOGCIS

Type of Radical

Innovation

Status: M90

Economic value: x‘x €

EBIT Margin (Ø 5y.):

6 %

Additional Sales (Ø 5y.): 100’0 €

Initial Situation

  • Declining conventional oil reserves

  • Oil price on high level above US$60

  • Oil sands in strategic focus for US and worldwide

  • I&S IP O&G participated in a pilot plant for evaluation of an extraction process (BITMIN) with Petro-Canada

  • Regional shortage of engineering capacity

  • Reference projects in mining and water technologies

Objective of R&D project

  • Main technology program in the area of Extraction / Injection for e-SAGD process

  • Alternatives in special solutions currently assessed and evaluated with pot. customers

  • Positioning of Siemens with key partners to enable for solution sales

  • Approach supported by I&S CTO and Corporate Technology

Customer Benefits / USP

  • Flexible Optimization of Energy and Steam Consumption

  • Reduction of overall Water Consumption

  • Strong reliable partners sought after since shortage of resources

  • Siemens role as unique source for integrated solutions from conception to project execution

  • OPEX reduction

Approach

Strategic Fit

  • “Mega-Trend” for alternative oil sources identified in Trendsetting project

  • Cross GG impact of oil sand activities: Mining: Floatation Cell for SeparationWater: Excessive Demand for Produced Water and Waste Water Treatment

    Risks

  • Limited process Know How

  • Market under dynamic change

Total FY07

R&D cost: x‘xxx 0’120

Feasibility

Study

Definition

Realization

Rollout

2006/07

Cost: 0‘120

2007

Cost: 0‘150

2007/08

Cost: x‘xxx


New project synthetic fuels biomass gasification and fischer tropsch synthesis
New project: Synthetic FuelsBiomass gasification and Fischer Tropsch Synthesis

Project Title: Development of a Portfolio for Synfuels

GG: I&S OGM

Responsible:

Product Line: Power

Product Family:SISOG

Type of Innovation:Radical

Status: M90

Economic value: to be evaluated

EBIT Margin (Ø 5y.): tbd

Sales (average): to be evaluated

Initial Situation

  • Declining reserves for conventional liquid fuel generation process

  • Increased environmental concerns on CO2 emissions

  • Technological know how on Gasification (both char and biomass) with PG

  • Know how for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis in industrial scale rare

  • Plants running in South Africa, China

Objective of R&D project

  • Major players and competitors

  • Analysis of applicability of Synfuel Technologies onto Oil and Gas branch, economic issues and challenges

  • Investigate state of the art of technology and existing plants

  • Investigate available public funding (EU)

  • Customer requirements, regional regulation’s impact on economics

  • Strategy proposal for I&S

Customer Benefits / USP

  • CO2-neutral cycle for liquid fuels

  • Avoiding high environmental taxes

  • Independence of crude supply from instable regions

  • Unique combination of Biomass gasification and Fischer-Tropsch synthesis in industrial scale

Approach

Strategic Fit

  • Fit with mega trends in the area of urbanization and environment

  • Unique combination of components and solution conception as I&S value added

  • Synergies in between groups I&S and PG

  • Intellectual property potential is high

    Risks

  • Business case heavily depending on oil price

  • High capex in Synfuel plants

Total FY07

R&D cost: tbd € 0’050

Study / Strategy

Develop-ment

Proto-type

Marketintroduction

07/08-

0’xx

07/07 - 09/07

Cost: 0’05

10/07 - 09/08

0’xx

01/08 -

0’xx