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  • Siemens Energy Sector –Clean electrificationof society © Siemens AG, 2012
  • Contents01 Answers for an energy system in transition02 Energy Sector – Organizational structure, portfolio, figures03 Market development04 Strategic focal points05 Energy Sector history06 Environment, health & safety management and compliance © Siemens AG 2012Page 2 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • The world is in the midst of afundamental transformation © Siemens AG 2012 Page 3 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector © Siemens AG 2012
  • We are facingmajor challenges ... Growing Dwindling resources Climate changedemand for electricity © Siemens AG 2012 Page 4 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector © Siemens AG 2012
  • ... but we have the right answers. © Siemens AG 2012Page 5 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector © Siemens AG 2012
  • ... and we have more than one answer © Siemens AG 2012 Page 6 May 2012 ... because one answer isn’t enough. Siemens Energy Sector
  • Contents01 Answers for an energy system in transition02 Energy Sector – Organizational structure, portfolio, figures03 Market development04 Strategic focal points05 Energy Sector history06 Environment, health & safety management and compliance © Siemens AG 2012Page 7 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens has answers – Four Sectors close to the customer Energy Healthcare Industry Infrastructure & Cities Divisions Divisions Divisions Divisions  Fossil Power  Imaging &  Industry  Rail Systems Generation Therapy Systems Automation  Mobility and  Wind Power  Clinical Products  Drive Logistics Technologies  Low and Medium  Solar & Hydro  Diagnostics Voltage  Oil & Gas  Customer  Customer  Smart Grid  Energy Service Solutions Services  Building  Power Technologies Transmission  OSRAM 1)1) In fiscal 2011, Siemens announced its intention to publicly list OSRAM and retain a minority stake as anchor shareholder in OSRAM AG for the long term. © Siemens AG 2012 Page 8 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Clean electricity for the world Top performance in six DivisionsFossil Power Wind Power Solar & Hydro Oil & Gas Energy PowerGeneration Service Transmission(E F) (E W) (E X) (E O) (E S) (E T) World record New performance World record Deep-sea capable Additional World record dimensions 60.75% 6 MW 33.9% 36 kV 200 MW 800 kV efficiency for for wind turbines efficiency for PV Seabed power through for direct current combined cycle with concentrated distribution at depths modernization transmission power plants photovoltaic of up to 3,000 m in 2011 module © Siemens AG 2012 Page 9 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Organizational structure Energy Sector Sector CEO Michael Suess1) Divisions Fossil Power Wind Power Solar & Hydro Oil & Gas Energy Service Power Trans- Generation (E F) (E W) (E X) (E O) (E S) mission (E T) Roland Fischer Felix Ferlemann Ted Scheidegger Adil Toubia Randy Zwirn Karlheinz Springer CEO Products Americas Solar Thermal Industrial Oil & Gas and Transmission (E F PR) (E W AM) Energy Power Industrial Solutions (E X STE) (E O IP) Applications (E T TS) Energy Solutions APAC Services (E F ES) (E W APAC) Photovoltaic Compression & High Voltage (E S SO) (E X PV) Solutions Products Instrumentation & EMEA Business Units (E O C&S) Service Fossil (E T HP) Electrical (E W EMEA) (E S SF) (E F IE) Transformers TurboCare (E T TR) Business Segments Business Segments (E S TC) Conventional Hydro & Storage Service Island (E X HS) Renewables (E F CI) (E S SR) New Technologies (E F NT)1) Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG © Siemens AG 2012 Page 10 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Organizational structure and portfolio Energy Sector Sector CEO Michael Suess DivisionsFossil Power Wind Power Solar & Hydro Oil & Gas Energy Service Power Trans-Generation (E F) (E W) (E X) (E O) (E S) mission (E T)Roland Fischer Felix Ferlemann Ted Scheidegger Adil Toubia Randy Zwirn Karlheinz Springer CEO Products (e.g.:  Wind turbines  Large photovoltaic  Gas turbines  Service für oil &  Equipment and large combined (on- and offshore) (<50 MW), gas and industrial systems for AC cycle gas & steam (PV) plants  Steam turbines applications and DC high turbines,  Solar-thermal (≤250 MW)  Service for large voltage generators), power plants power plants, e.g. transmission  Compressors energy solutions spare parts, long- (substations,  Hydro power  Oil & gas solutions Power plant term service gas- and air- plants (small (up-, mid- and solutions contracts, insulated switch- Portfolio hydro power downstream, (e.g. turnkey maintenance & gear, gas- plants, tidal power power supply power plants) repair, insulated power plants) systems for the modernization and lines, circuit Instrumentation &  Energy storage oil and gas upgrades, air filter breakers, controls industry) systems and components Fuel gasification  Solutions for services  Power systems, urban utilities and  Services for wind transformers dismantling industrial power projects power plants  Distribution supplies transformers © Siemens AG 2012 Page 11 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Strong global footprint Germany 27,652 22 Asia, Australia 34% 1.7 23.5 Americas 7% % 24 9,952 3.9 17,850 7.1 24 25.5 Europe, C.I.S., Africa, 12% 16% % 22% 29% 25.5 Middle East (excl. Germany) % 26,800 12.0 24 33% 49% 25.5 % Employees Revenue1) (in € bn.) Important production sitesStatus: September 30, 2011 1) International business (excluding intersegment business with other Sectors) © Siemens AG 2012 Page 12 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Customer proximity through global footprint Aalborg Bad Hersfeld Bamberg Brande Berlin Dresden Helsingør Duisburg Erfurt Oslo Erlangen Frankenthal Finspong Lincoln Frankfurt Görlitz York St. Petersburg Karlsruhe Kirchheim Aberdeen Köln Leipzig Hebburn Mülheim Nuremberg Trois Rivières Hengelo Brno Vienna Offenbach Linz Shenyang Minneapolis Grenoble Budapest Weiz Huludao Middletown Jinan Fort Madison Jackson Trenton Sabugo Istanbul New Delhi Nanjing Wuxi Charlotte Amora Gurgaon Zagreb Vadodara Shanghai Hangzhou Orlando Trient Guangzhou Guanajuato Fort Payne Kalwa Querétaro Cairo Montenotte Alpharetta Milan Aurangabad Bogota Beit Shemesh Singapore Karachi Jakarta Cilegon Jundiaí Locations for Wadeville engineering / Johannesburg productionStatus: September 30, 2011 © Siemens AG 2012 Page 13 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Figures for fiscal 2011€m 1 HY 2011 1 HY 2012 Actuals Actuals Change yoy New orders 16608 12998 -22% Revenue 11814 13064 11% Sector Profit 16021) 1054 -547 Margin 13,6%1) 8,1% -5,5%p Free Cash Flow 646 100 -546 EBITDA Margin 15,1% 9,0% -6,1%p1) w/o AREVA impact © Siemens AG 2012 Page 14 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Highlights in the first six months of fiscal 2012 September 2011 September 2011 October 2011Long-term service contract for 14 Inauguration of HVDC Operation begins after only 28SGT-800 gas turbines for customer connection between Spain and month’s construction time: theGulf JPower in Thailand Mallorca Nhon Trach 2 CCPP in Vietnam October 2011 December 2011 December 2011Commercial start of the 30-MW 10,000 Siemens wind turbines First order for the newlyPV power plant in Les Mées in with a total capacity of 14,000 developed SGT-750 industrialsouthern France MW installed gas turbine from Siemens © Siemens AG 2012 Page 15 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Contents01 Answers for an energy system in transition02 Energy Sector – Organizational structure, portfolio, figures03 Market development04 Strategic focal points05 Energy Sector history06 Environment, health & safety management and compliance © Siemens AG 2012Page 16 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Stable market outlook – Need for investments of over one billion euros a year in the energy sector Average investments per year (2010–2030) worldwide 500–700 in millions of € 300 200 Primary energy Power generation Power grids Others Renewable Others 40% energies 60% 6% Power 30% transmission Gas 44% 50% Oil 70% Power distributionSource: IEA 2010; Siemens © Siemens AG 2012 Page 17 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Global electricity market – Demand for electricity is steadily growing Power generation mix 37,100 worldwide, in TWh +2.8% p.a. Renewable 13%02/20/13 energies 15%02/20/13 Water 22,100 11% Nuclear 02/20/134% 16% 24% Gas 13%02/20/13 22% 3% Oil 61% 4% 68% 34%02/20/13 Coal 41% 2011 2030Source: Siemens © Siemens AG 2012 Page 18 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Global power plant market – Capacities will double by 2030 Motors Development of power 7,015 10,527 Geothermal plant capacities worldwide, 861 716 Biomass, wastes 36 in gigawatts (GW) 02/20/1326 16702/20/13 30 27 217 Solar thermal 642 653 Photovoltaics 1,084 1,206 Wind 705 1,780 Hydro 372 (incl. ocean power) 5,816 2,30402/20/13 9 1,407 39602/20/13 15 02/20/13541 24 Nuclear 02/20/13598 power plants 22202/20/13 02/20/1340 74 14 02/20/13 313 2 02/20/13165 29 1,08902/20/13 999 100 1,409 390 02/20/13224 2,726 Coal power plants 02/20/13199 2,318 511 Gas power plants 02/20/132,058 Combined cycle 422 power plants 848 Installed Dismantling New capacities Installed capacities 2011 (2012–2030) 2012–2030 capacities 2030Source: Siemens © Siemens AG 2012 Page 19 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • The markets are shifting – Growth primarily in emerging countries 1,683 278% 620 43% 195 84702/20/13 28% 110% Russia Europe 1) 121% 763 02/20/139% 190 437 USA -0.7% 178 Germany China -5% 110% Middle East India Japan 93% 218 33% 13802/20/13 75 Brazil Africa Australia Growth in power generation, 2011–2030 [% of TWh] New installations 2011–2030 [GW]Source: Siemens 1) SWE, NWE, GER, CEE © Siemens AG 2012 Page 20 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Our view of the market –The energy chain is becoming a power matrix © Siemens AG 2012Page 21 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Differing markets –Individual challenges and solutions Country-specific challenges Innovative technologies Energy mix in power generation Economic Climate Conventional Renewable efficiency protection Customer- power plants energies specific solutions Energy storage, Power grids management of Resource Reliable balancing power and efficiency power supplies consumption © Siemens AG 2012Page 22 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Different challenges in differing markets –Worldwide examples Middle East: By increasing efficiency and Country-specific challenges using renewable energies, over one quarter more of the region’s annual oil and gas production can be marketed India: “Power-for-all” program aims at achieving economic growth through electricity (+350 GW capacity by 2020, of which +215 GW is with coal) Economic Climate efficiency protection USA: Priority is affordable energy, also rising costs for CO2 abatement (average price of electricity: <10 USct/kWh) China: Further expansion of nuclear power (from 12 GW today to 83 GW installed capacity by 2020), however with new safety standards Resource Reliable efficiency power supplies Germany: Planned energy transition: at least 80% CO2 abatement by 2050 © Siemens AG 2012Page 23 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Contents01 Answers for an energy system in transition02 Energy Sector – Organizational structure, portfolio, figures03 Market development04 Strategic focal points05 Energy Sector history06 Environment, health & safety management and compliance © Siemens AG 2012Page 24 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Strength through market leadershipNo. 1 No. 1 No. 1 Offshore Offshore Industrial steam turbines wind power plants grid connectionsNo. 1 No. 1 No. 1 Advanced Power plant High Voltage Direct gas turbine series instrumentation & controls Current Transmission © Siemens AG 2012 Page 25 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Strength through regional setup Example production: Market coverage through production locations North America South America Germany / Europe India Asia-Pacific Russia / C.I.S. Middle East / AfricaGoal: Continual expansion of footprint in the growth marketsRealization:  Shifting of all value chains into the regions  Products will increasingly be specified according to regional needs © Siemens AG 2012 Page 26 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Strength through innovative power FlexibilityFossil Power Renewable Cost optimization and higher efficiency Power Secure and reliable sub-sea grids Oil & Gas Flexible and efficient Super GridsTransmission 2012 2020 2030 Innovative power (in FY 2011) ~ €970 million invested ~ 25,000 engineers in research and ~ 4,600 patent registrations development ~ 19,700 active patents © Siemens AG 2012 Page 27 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Success through higher efficiency in fossil power plantsWorld record World record 47%efficiency in 60.75% efficiency coal-fired power plants in combined cycle power plantsThe Waigaoqiao II hard coal power plant in Shanghai The combined cycle power plant in Irsching Block 4with a capacity of 2 x 900 megawatts points to the future: achieved an efficiency rating of 60.75 percent in a testThanks to the advanced power plant technology using run. The heart of the plant is the innovative SGT5-supercritical steam parameters (high steam temperatures 8000H gas turbine from Siemens, with a nominaland pressures), Waigaoqiao II saves 2.1 million tons of capacity of 375 MW. The power plant beats all previousCO2 a year. records in capacity, efficiency and operating flexibility. © Siemens AG 2012 Page 28 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Success through higher efficiency in power plants and power transmissionAdditional World record 200 MW through modernization in 2011 800 kV for direct current transmissionThrough the modernization and upgrading of gas and The world‘s most powerful HVDC transmission line withsteam power plants worldwide, Siemens achieved 200 800 kV voltage in China transports around 5,000 mega-additional megawatts of capacity in 2011 with the same watts of electricity from the hydro power plants infuel consumption. Yunnan Province over 1,400 kilometers to the urban centers in Guangdong Province. This saves 30 mega- tons of CO2 every year. © Siemens AG 2012 Page 29 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Success through higher efficiency in renewable energiesWorld record New performance dimensions 33.9% 6 MW for wind turbines efficiency with concentrated photovoltaic moduleWith its highly concentrating photovoltaic modules, The new 6-megawatt wind turbine from Siemens isSemprius – a strategic partner of Siemens especially light at 350 tons, and thus offers both higherheadquartered in the U.S. – achieved a record efficiency performance as well as advantages of substantiallyof 33.9 percent. lower costs in its class. © Siemens AG 2012 Page 30 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Contents01 Answers for an energy system in transition02 Energy Sector – Organizational structure, portfolio, figures03 Market development04 Strategic focal points05 Energy Sector history06 Environment, health & safety management and compliance © Siemens AG 2012Page 31 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Energy innovations for over 140 years 1866 1903 1930 1989 2008 2011Dynamo Siemens- Expansion Infinitely variable World’s first Most powerful Schuckert- switch three-phase 800-kV HVDC direct-drive wind Werke compensator power line turbine in the world 1892 1927 1964 2002 First public Benson boiler First World record in World record in alternating SF6 circuit CCPP efficiency CCPP efficiency current power breaker plant 1866 2011 © Siemens AG 2012 Page 32 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector – Strategic growth over generations 1998 2006 2011 Siemens VA TECH T&D Bennex und Westinghouse Poseidon 1969 2001 2011 Trafo Union Demag Delaval NEM B.V. und NEM 2007 Energy Services Kühnle, Kopp & 1969 2003 Kausch AG 2012 KWU Alstom Expro Connectors Industrial Turbines1903 2004 2009Siemens- Bonus SolelSchuckert-Werke Energy1903 2012 © Siemens AG 2012 Page 33 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Contents01 Antworten für ein Energiesystem im Wandel02 Energy Sector – Organizational structure, portfolio, figures03 Market development04 Strategic focal points05 Energy Sector history06 Environment, health & safety management and compliance © Siemens AG 2012Page 34 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Environmental protection, health and safety – a central task for everyone EHS@Siemens Energy Sector Our goal: “Zero Harm”Environmental protection Health protection Safety▶ Industrial environmental ▶ Health promotion ▶ Work safety protection Health programs and services, ▶ training and consulting Radiation protection Climate protection, energy & ▶ ▶ Hazardous goods waste management, pollutant Social counseling reduction, protection of air, soil Psychosocial services and transport and water management support ▶ Technical risk▶ Product-related ▶ Medical services management environmental Identification and minimization of Fire protection, civil protection work risks, medical counseling protection and care Product design and recycling © Siemens AG 2012 Page 35 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Siemens Energy Sector –Compliance is the way we do business“Under the term compliance, we under-stand observance of the laws of eachcountry in which we operate, as well asour applicable Siemens guidelines andregulations. Compliance is an integral partof our business principles and promotesintegrity at Siemens. Compliance is morethan a program – it is the way we dobusiness.” Dr. Michael Suess CEO Energy Sector © Siemens AG 2012Page 36 May 2012 Siemens Energy Sector
  • Thank you! © Siemens AG, 2012