Siemens to modernise jackup rig in Middle East
Published by Nicholas Woodroof,
The contract includes engineering, design, manufacturing, and delivery of the fully integrated modernisation based on Siemens’ BlueDrive™ technology. The Siemens solution, known as Master2Blue, will use the footprint, cable network, and communication principles of the existing system, enabling quick, modular-style installation, commissioning, and startup. The system is a DC power grid that includes power electronics, controls, and cooling of 10 integrated variable speed drives.
The BlueDrive system, developed and refined over the years to meet the offshore industry’s demanding requirements, is ideal for energy distribution in propulsion and drilling systems. The BlueDrive system is an efficient, environmentally friendly multi-drive solution that provides high levels of reliability, availability, and ease of service, with low emissions and an option for remote support.
Other modernisation solutions are also available that include Siemens’ fully integrated, state-of-the-art energy storage systems.
“As the reactivations of stacked and un-utilised drilling rigs are increasing, Siemens stands fully ready to modernise offshore rigs and ships to make them safer and more energy efficient,” said Thomas Steenberg, Siemens Offshore Solutions, Business Development Director. “By using the latest drilling and propulsion drives technology, customers can assure their rigs and ships remain at the highest level of supportability for many years to come.”
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/drilling-and-production/20022020/siemens-to-modernise-jackup-rig-in-middle-east/
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