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Siemens N Ord LSE:SIE London Ordinary Share DE0007236101 SIEMENS ORD SHS
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Electronic & Electrical Equipment 76,651.0 100.0 265.0 33.1 78,712.89

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18/6/2016
07:54
VAST PRODUCT RANGE IN DIFFERENT SECTORS Siemens, Gamesa to form world’s largest wind farm June 18, 2016 Print Send to Friend MADRID/FRANKFURT: Siemens and Spain’s Gamesa agreed on Friday to create the world’s biggest builder of windfarms, with the German company paying 1 billion euros ($1.13 billion) for a majority stake in the combined business. The group would bring together Siemens’ strength in offshore wind power and Gamesa’s leading role in developing markets. Months in the making, the venture would overtake Denmark’s Vestas to become the world’s largest wind farm manufacturer by market share, operating in the mature North American and European markets and fast-growing markets such as India, Mexico and Brazil. Engineering company Siemens, which has struggled to make its wind turbine business profitable, will take a 59 per cent stake in the company but not have a majority on the board, Gamesa said in a statement to Spain’s market regulator. In return for taking the leading role, Siemens will pay Gamesa’s shareholders, which include Spanish utility firm Iberdrola, 1 billion euros in cash in the form of an extraordinary dividend. The businesses will be combined within Gamesa which will retain its Madrid listing. The Spanish group is creating new shares to be offered to Siemens, whose other products include trains, power network equipment and medical body scanners. Cost savings and benefits from the new business, which will be operational by the end of the first quarter of next year, will be worth 230 million euros of earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) within four years, Gamesa said. The combined group’s order portfolio would be worth some 20 billion euros, it added. Siemens is dominant in the offshore wind market but relatively weak onshore. Gamesa is strong in emerging markets, notably Latin America, where it expanded when the Spanish government cut subsidies to clean energy producers in 2013. Iberdrola, which backed the proposed merger, will see its stake in Gamesa diluted to 8 per cent from almost 20 per cent. Shares in Gamesa, which were suspended from trading after the initial announcement, reopened up 5.3 per cent at 1245 GMT, against a 2.1 per cent rise on Spain’s blue-chip Ibex index. The combined business will have 21,000 employees, an installed power base of 69 gigawatts, and will be headquartered in Spain. Siemens will have five out of the 13 board members in the new group, Gamesa said, with Iberdrola having two of its own. The deal would be the latest in a string of mergers in the wind industry. Having weathered years of overcapacity and losses, it is now thriving as demand for carbon-free electricity increases. Getting bigger should also help to lower costs, one of the industry’s key targets in its race for more efficient turbines, which in turn will make it more competitive compared to conventional sources of energy such as gas and coal. Agencies
ariane
18/6/2016
07:47
Siemens, Gamesa to form world’s largest wind farm June 18, 2016 Print Send to Friend MADRID/FRANKFURT: Siemens and Spain’s Gamesa agreed on Friday to create the world’s biggest builder of windfarms, with the German company paying 1 billion euros ($1.13 billion) for a majority stake in the combined business. The group would bring together Siemens’ strength in offshore wind power and Gamesa’s leading role in developing markets. Months in the making, the venture would overtake Denmark’s Vestas to become the world’s largest wind farm manufacturer by market share, operating in the mature North American and European markets and fast-growing markets such as India, Mexico and Brazil. Engineering company Siemens, which has struggled to make its wind turbine business profitable, will take a 59 per cent stake in the company but not have a majority on the board, Gamesa said in a statement to Spain’s market regulator. In return for taking the leading role, Siemens will pay Gamesa’s shareholders, which include Spanish utility firm Iberdrola, 1 billion euros in cash in the form of an extraordinary dividend. The businesses will be combined within Gamesa which will retain its Madrid listing. The Spanish group is creating new shares to be offered to Siemens, whose other products include trains, power network equipment and medical body scanners. Cost savings and benefits from the new business, which will be operational by the end of the first quarter of next year, will be worth 230 million euros of earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) within four years, Gamesa said. The combined group’s order portfolio would be worth some 20 billion euros, it added. Siemens is dominant in the offshore wind market but relatively weak onshore. Gamesa is strong in emerging markets, notably Latin America, where it expanded when the Spanish government cut subsidies to clean energy producers in 2013. Iberdrola, which backed the proposed merger, will see its stake in Gamesa diluted to 8 per cent from almost 20 per cent. Shares in Gamesa, which were suspended from trading after the initial announcement, reopened up 5.3 per cent at 1245 GMT, against a 2.1 per cent rise on Spain’s blue-chip Ibex index. The combined business will have 21,000 employees, an installed power base of 69 gigawatts, and will be headquartered in Spain. Siemens will have five out of the 13 board members in the new group, Gamesa said, with Iberdrola having two of its own. The deal would be the latest in a string of mergers in the wind industry. Having weathered years of overcapacity and losses, it is now thriving as demand for carbon-free electricity increases. Getting bigger should also help to lower costs, one of the industry’s key targets in its race for more efficient turbines, which in turn will make it more competitive compared to conventional sources of energy such as gas and coal. Agencies
ariane
19/4/2013
07:24
EU OK's Siemens' Acquisition of Invensys Rail Tweet PrintAlert Alstom (EU:ALO) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Friday 19 April 2013 BRUSSELS--European Union regulators Thursday approved Siemens AG's (SIE.XE) acquisition of Invensys PLC's (ISYS.LN) rail-automation unit for 2.2 billion euros ($2.89 billion). The European Commission said in a statement that the merged entity would continue to face competition from a number of other competitors, such as Thales SA, Alstom and Bombardier Inc. Regulators said they had investigated the impact of the merger for the entire European Economic Area. "The Commission found that Siemens and Invensys Rail have geographically complementary activities and are not each other's closest competitors," the commission said. Siemens' railway signalling activities are most developed in Germany and Austria. --Vanessa Fuhrmans contributed to this story Write to Vanessa Mock at vanessa.mock@dowjones.com Subscribe to WSJ: http://online.wsj.com?mod=djnwires
waldron
16/3/2013
07:49
Mar 20, 2013 | Bank of America Merrill Lynch Conference (London) May 02, 2013 | Second-quarter financial report and analyst conference
waldron
15/3/2013
08:59
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-03-14/alstom-s-power-grid-sales-to-struggle-as-clients-defer-contracts.html Alstom's Power-Grid Sales to Struggle as Clients Defer Contracts By Francois de Beaupuy - Mar 15, 2013 12:01 AM GMT+0100 ..Facebook Share LinkedIn Google +1 0 Comments Print QUEUEQ..Alstom SA (ALO), the French maker of turbines and trains, will struggle to lift revenue at its power- transmission unit this year as some customers defer projects and turn to low-cost Asian competitors. "We're expecting 2013 to continue to be tight in terms of transforming the order book into sales," Gregoire Poux- Guillaume, the head of Alstom's power-transmission division, said in an interview. A rebound in revenue, hurt in recent quarters by a jump in unpaid work in India, will come at a later stage, he said. Chinese and Korean manufacturers including Hyundai Heavy Industries and Hyosung Corp. (004800) have increased capacity, and Alstom is shutting plants, switching to cheaper designs and streamlining its supplier base to adapt. The French company is budgeting for flat to slightly lower prices for alternating current products over the next two to three years after a drop of about 20 percent from 2009 to 2011, Poux-Guillaume said. Poux-Guillaume has been given the task of raising grid- equipment margins to 8 percent from 6.2 percent at the end of Alstom's last fiscal year, though no deadline is in place because of the pricing outlook. Closures have affected sites in Mexico, Australia and China, with additional jobs going at some German plants and at Alstom's headquarters near Paris. Some savings are being passed directly to customers, the executive said, declining to be specific. Sales from April through December fell 4 percent even as orders jumped 8 percent. At 4 billion euros ($5.1 billion), the division's turnover accounts for about one-fifth of Alstom's overall sales. Adapting The company, based in Levallois-Perret, joins rivals ABB Ltd. (ABB) and Siemens AG (SIE) in overhauling operations to adapt to overcapacity in switchgears and transformers. Alstom's deadline for meeting the 8 percent margin target "will largely be linked to healthier price dynamics, which we hardly see in the next two to three years," Poux-Guillaume said. Delays in completing projects in India have been a further challenge. The nation accounts for 15 percent of business and some "near-bankrupt" independent power producers have stopped work at sites as India's economy slowed and power prices dropped, he said. "We've had a very clear jump in unpaid bills over the past 12 months in India," in the tens of million euros, according to the executive. The company will be paid when projects resume with existing or new operators, he said, adding that presidential elections in 2014 may help spur progress. Alstom shares have advanced 16 percent this year, matching ABB's performance. Siemens has gained 2.1 percent. Growth Areas Within the 40 billion-euro global power-transmission market, remaining growth areas are high voltage direct current, or HVDC, typically used for long-distance connections, and for so-called smart-grid management systems to improve network efficiency and integrate intermittent renewable power supplies, remain growth areas, he said. The HVDC market alone may triple to 9 billion euros per year at the end of the decade amid increased demand for interconnections in Europe, the Middle East and North America, offshore wind farms in Europe, and a race for higher voltage links in China and India, the French company said on Feb. 28. Alstom, which is building the longest DC line in the world in Brazil, aims to book about 2.5 billion euros of orders in HVDC over the next three years. It recently won such contracts in Sweden, India, and for German offshore wind farms. Alstom also wants to grow by more than 10 percent a year in grid services, where it's under-represented, and aims to increase sales to the oil, gas and mining industries, which need to secure power reliability with equipment, Poux-Guillaume said. Partnerships are being discussed in Russia and Korea that will help tap local HVDC projects, he said. Clean Energy Future opportunities include a tender for a link between France and Italy to be launched by the end of the year, connections for offshore wind farms in the U.K., and between Turkey and neighboring countries, Poux-Guillaume said. Germany also plans to build five HVDC landlines to connect the south of the country to its wind farms in the Northern and Baltic seas as it's investing in clean energy and planning to phase out nuclear power by 2022, he said. "These are significant budgets, so operators tend to explore both alternative solutions and financing possibilities before launching them," Poux-Guillaume said. "That sometimes delay projects, but the market is there." To contact the reporter on this story: Francois de Beaupuy in Paris at fdebeaupuy@bloomberg.net To contact the editor responsible for this story: Simon Thiel at sthiel1@bloomberg.net
waldron
28/1/2013
17:06
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-01-27/siemens-eyes-disposal-of-security-products-amid-revamp.html
waldron
01/8/2012
09:42
2012-11-08 | Fourth-quarter financial report and preliminary figures for fiscal year
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01/8/2012
09:40
Siemens Receives First Major Wind Power Order from Australia Share this article PrintAlert Siemens (NYSE:SI) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Wednesday 1 August 2012 FRANKFURT (Dow Jones)- German industrial conglomerate Siemens AG (SI) said Wednesday it has received an order for 90 wind turbines from New Zealand power provider TrustPower Ltd. (TPW.NZ) for a wind farm north of Adelaide, Australia. MAIN FACTS: -Financial details for the order were not disclosed. -The order is for 90 three-megawatt gearless wind turbines for the Snowtown II project and includes service. -The wind power plant is to come online in 2014 with a total capacity of 270 megawatt. -The power plant will be able to produce energy for nearly 180,000 Australian households. -Frankfurt Bureau, Dow Jones Newswires; 49-69-29725-500 Subscribe to WSJ: http://online.wsj.com?mod=djnwires
waldron
11/3/2012
16:49
Osram To Cut More Jobs, Stock Exchange Listing Still Planned-Report Share this article PrintAlert Siemens (XE:723610) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Sunday 11 March 2012 Osram AG, the fully-owned lighting unit of Siemens AG (SIE.XE), will likely cut many more jobs than announced so far and still plans to seek a stock exchange listing in 2012, the Welt says, citing company sources. On top of 1,050 jobs to be cut in Germany, a further 3,000 jobs will be axed abroad, the German newspaper says in an article released Sunday ahead of its publication Monday. In an interview with the Welt, Osram Chief Executive Wolfgang Dehen doesn't confirm, saying it is "too early" to speak about exact numbers. Osram employs 41,000 people worldwide, including around 10,000 in Germany. Osram is well-prepared for a stock exchange listing, according to the newspaper. "Ready in a minute--in the shortest possible [time]," Dehen says, adding that the company prepares to go to bourse in 2012. "The IPO climate is brightening again, everything is now waiting for the ice-breaker," Dehen is quoted by the newspaper as saying. Newspaper website: http://www.welt.de -Frankfurt Bureau, Dow Jones Newswires; 49-69-29725-500.
waldron
07/3/2012
14:11
Siemens Enterprise Communications Aims For US IPO In 2012 Share this article PrintAlert Siemens (NYSE:SI) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Wednesday 7 March 2012 Siemens Enterprise Communications, in which Siemens AG (SI) holds a 49% stake, aims for an initial public offering in the U.S. in the second half of this year if market sentiment doesn't deteriorate markedly, Chief Executive Hamid Akhavan said Wednesday. He said he expects a minority stake of the company will be sold in the IPO. Siemens sold a 51% stake in the unit, which offers telecommunications solutions for companies, in 2008 to U.S. Private Equity firm The Gores Group. Seprately, daily Handelsblatt reported that Siemens Enterprise Communications' revenue amounted to EUR2.15 billion last year and it earned EUR135 million before interest and tax, citing Akhavan. This year, EBIT is forecast to be flat and revenue is seen to increase at least 2%, the CEO told the newspaper in an interview. Siemens also aims for an IPO of its Osram lighting unit. -By Philipp Grontzki, Dow Jones Newswires, +49 69 29 725 500; philipp.grontzki@dowjones.com
waldron
01/3/2012
10:43
Siemens Consortium Gets EUR120 Million Metal Plant Order From India Share this article PrintAlert Siemens (NYSE:SI) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Thursday 1 March 2012 A consortium led by Germany's Siemens AG (SI) received a EUR120 million order from India's National Mineral Development Corp Ltd for a turn-key processing plant, Siemens said Thursday in a press release. MAIN FACTS: -The plant will be part of a new steelworks that NMDC plans to build in Nagarnar in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh and is scheduled to begin operation in late 2013. -The plant will be capable of producing 4.75 million metric tons of sinter, which is processed metal, per year. -Frankfurt Bureau, Dow Jones Newswires; 49-69-29725-500
grupo guitarlumber
26/2/2012
13:09
Société Générale a confirmé sa recommandation d'Achat et son objectif de cours de 85 euros. Le broker, qui a publié son étude avant la conférence de presse du groupe, a regretté des résultats faibles mais souligné la valorisation attractive du groupe compte tenu de ses qualités défensives. De son côté, CA Cheuvreux a confirmé son opinion Surperformance et son objectif de cours de 90 euros, notant que Siemens a laissé inchangé ses prévisions malgré un premier trimestre décevant
grupo guitarlumber
26/2/2012
07:39
Siemens AG (SIE) (SIE GY): Warren Buffett's MidAmerican Energy Co Holdings Co. will buy an additional 407.1 megawatts of turbines from Europe's largest engineering company for three wind farms in Iowa. Siemens fell 0.1 percent to 74.75 euros.
grupo guitarlumber
16/2/2012
17:29
Siemens Energy Consortium Gets Order Worth More Than EUR1.1 Billion Share this article PrintAlert Siemens (XE:723610) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Thursday 16 February 2012 German technology conglomerate Siemens AG (SIE.XE) said Thursday that in a consortium with Italian cable company Prysmian Spa (PRY.MI), its Siemens Energy unit has received an order worth more than EUR1.1 billion to build a submarine DC interconnector in the Irish Sea. MAIN FACTS: -Customers are the U.K. grid operator National Grid Electricity Transmission and its Scottish counterpart Scottish Power Transmission. -The grid connection between Scotland and England is designed as a low-loss high-voltage direct-current, or HVDC, transmission system and will be built by late 2015. -It will be the first submarine interconnector using a DC voltage level of 600 kilovolts. -Raising the voltage level in the cable by 20% versus the highest voltage rating used to date also enhances its transmission capacity by one-fifth. Thus, higher power transmission capacity is possible with the same diameter of copper in the cable which reduces the cost of material used. -Furthermore, the transmission losses in the cable are reduced by one-third. The total power loss in the planned link will be less than 3%. -The Western HVDC Link project will provide much needed additional power transmission capacity on Britain's transmission system as the U.K. heads toward a low carbon economy, and the link will support the planned expansion of renewables. -Frankfurt Bureau, Dow Jones Newswires; 49-69-29725-500
waldron
11/2/2012
21:41
Siemens HQ in Masdar City chosen for top award Siemens headquarters in Masdar City. By ARAB NEWS Published: Feb 11, 2012 00:33 Updated: Feb 11, 2012 00:33 The new Siemens headquarters for the Middle East region currently being built in Masdar City, designed by Sheppard Robson, has been named winner of the coveted MIPIM Architectural Review Future Projects Awards 2012 in the Offices category. The prize will be awarded at the international real estate event, MIPIM, on March 7 in Cannes, France. The jury explained their decision for selecting the Siemens headquarters in Masdar City, one of the integrated units of Masdar, saying: "This is a thorough investigation of the design of large floorplate space in an extreme climate, with a well-explained proposition emerging. The ambition for a LEED Platinum rating means the project will be followed by many designers and clients with great interest." The new headquarters building is part of a long-term strategic partnership between Masdar, Abu Dhabi's multifaceted renewable energy company, and Siemens to develop and utilize key energy efficient technologies. The building, commissioned by Masdar, designed with strong oversight by Siemens Real Estate, will meet the highest requirements in terms of architecture, energy efficiency and equipment - potentially resulting in a 45 percent reduction in energy consumption and a 50 percent reduction in water consumption (compared with the international acknowledged ASHRAE standard.) Masdar is already working on several projects for ensuring energy efficiency in government buildings. It has expanded its outreach to other government departments in Abu Dhabi to encourage them to adopt green initiatives. For Siemens in the Middle East, the recognition of this award further underscores the growing importance throughout the region of building new structures with energy efficiency in mind. "We clearly see that there is a very thoughtful, growing mindset to keep building in an energy efficient way. It is important to receive this recognition and help sustain more efforts like this throughout the region," said Joachim Kundt, CEO of Siemens Lower Gulf region.
grupo guitarlumber
10/2/2012
15:39
Siemens, Samsung May Vie for $21 Billion Russian Rail Link February 10, 2012, 10:19 AM EST inShare0Business Exchange E-mail Print More From Businessweek Russia Said Preparing Tax Exemptions for Eurobond Payments Russia's VTB Hiring 200 Bankers Under New Equity Pay Plan EU Banks to Boost Capital by $130 Billion, Regulator Says TNK-BP Rospan Natural Gas Reserves May Jump With New Exploration Gazprom Says EU Gas Gap Narrowing as Cold Keeps Demand High By Ekaterina Shatalova (Updates with Finmeccanica comment in seventh paragraph.) Feb. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Siemens AG and Samsung C&T Corp. are among the European and Asian companies that may vie to build and operate a $21 billion rail link between Moscow and St. Petersburg before the 2018 World Cup soccer tournament. Alstom SA, Bouygues SA of France, Italy's Finmeccanica SpA and UniCredit SpA and a unit of South Korea's Hyundai have also expressed interest in the high-speed link, said Yelena Shebunina, deputy head of OAO High-Speed Rail Lines, in an interview in Moscow. A Portuguese group led by Brazil's Grupo Andrade Gutierrez SA expressed interest last week, she said. High-Speed Rail Lines, a unit of state monopoly OAO Russian Railways, plans to name a shortlist of bidders in September or October, followed by more detailed negotiations on the technological, financial and legal aspects of the project before picking a winner, Shebunina said. "Russia has never built a high-speed link, even though the rest of the world has been building them for the last 60, 70 years," Shebunina said. "The potential candidates have amassed significant experience and this will be considered when the winner is picked." Russia in its winning World Cup bid pledged to build new links between cities that will host games by the end of 2017. The winner of the Moscow-St. Petersburg contract will own the right to operate the service for 30 years, Shebunina said. That track will span about 660 kilometers (410 miles). Siemens has already submitted documents to take part in the contest together with local partners, the Moscow-based press service for Europe's largest engineering company said in an e- mailed reply to questions, without elaborating. Hyundai, Samsung Hyundai Engineering & Construction Co. said in an e-mailed statement that it's "looking at the high-speed rail project in Russia with much interest," while Samsung said it hasn't decided on entering the bidding process. Finmeccanica also confirmed its interest in the project. Officials for UniCredit and Andrade Gutierrez didn't immediately comment. High-Speed Rail Lines is still looking at ways to cut the estimated cost of the project from 626 billion rubles ($21 billion) to as little as 512 billion rubles, half of which will be paid for by the government and the other half by the concessionaire, Shebunina said. "We are holding consultations on how project costs may be optimized," Shebunina said. "The project is to be carried out in the midst of a crisis, so it's important to see how costs can be lowered." High-Speed Rail Lines is also in talks with domestic banks including VTB Capital, OAO Gazprombank and VEB about helping to fund the link either through loans or by buying bonds linked to the project, Shebunina said. VTB said in a statement it's following the project "with interest," as did VEB. Gazprombank's press service didn't respond to e-mailed requests for comment. --With assistance from Joao Lima in Lisbon, Kyunghee Park in Seoul and Elisa Martinuzzi in Milan. Editors: Torrey Clark, Thomas Mulier To contact the reporter on this story: Ekaterina Shatalova in Moscow at eshatalova@bloomberg.net To contact the editor responsible for this story: Mark Sweetman at msweetman@bloomberg.net
ariane
10/2/2012
07:52
Siemens Places $3 Billion Bonds With Warrant Units Share this article PrintAlert Siemens (XE:723610) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Friday 10 February 2012 German industrial conglomerate Siemens AG (SIE.XE) said late Thursday it has placed bonds with warrant units, with a total volume of $3 billion. The 5.5-year bond has a 1.05% coupon and the seven-year bond has a 1.65% coupon. The volume of each bond is $1.5 billion. The bonds are part of a refinancing of two older bonds, Siemens said earlier. -By Friedrich Geiger, Dow Jones Newswires; +49 69 29 725 500; friedrich.geiger@dowjones.com
waldron
06/2/2012
08:58
Siemens Could Open Wind Turbine Plant In France - Report Share this article PrintAlert Vinci (EU:DG) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Monday 6 February 2012 Germany's Siemens AG (SIE.XE) would open a wind turbine plant in France if the consortium it is part of were to win one of France's offshore windfarm tender offers, the head of its French unit, Christophe de Maistre, told Monday's French business daily Les Echos. Siemens is part of a consortium led by French power operator GDF Suez SA (GSZ.FR), along with Vinci SA (DG.FR) and CDC Infrastructure, which bid for an offshore windfarm in Britanny, in North West of the country. Should the consortium win the bid, Siemens would then build a plant nearby to make and install the 83 turbines and another plant dedicated to the windfarm's maintenance. The initial plant would also be used to make turbines that would be exported to the U.K. and Northern European countries, de Maistre also said. -By Geraldine Amiel, Dow Jones Newswires; +33 1 40171767; geraldine.amiel@dowjones.com
waldron
02/2/2012
17:41
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31/1/2012
09:08
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