Siemens wants to get involved in South Stream construction, News Serbia Energy
South Stream construction is one of the main reasons why Siemens Company focuses on oil and gas at the moment, stated Trade Manager of Siemens Energy Sector, Ljubisa Petković.
German company followed all modernizations that NIS realized in Pančevo as a participant, Petković said after opening of conference “Siemens and days of oil and gas”. He added that participation in South Stream construction is something that should be logical consequence.
“We’ll give our best to be one of technology partners to Srbijagas in South Stream construction”, he said and stressed that “Siemens Germany” already has big experience in this kind of projects, gained during North Stream construction.
Petković believes that oil and gas industry dynamically develops in Serbia and that it is very important for Siemens, as globally present company, to give a business chance and use a developmental moment.
“The aim of this conference is to gather colleges from all around the world, to exchange knowledge and opinion with domestic partners, i.e. leading people in oil companies in Serbia”, Petković who is Acting Director of Siemens Sector for oil and gas, said.
He believes that meaning and strategic role of Serbia change in oil and gas segment and that Siemens had recognized it on time.
Central staffs of our company reacted fast and showed huge readiness to involve in all projects from this area”, Petković said.
According to his words, Siemens significantly increased capacities of plant in Subotica, and they follow every possibility that west trade offers.
“Plant in Subotica is export-oriented, we follow every opportunity on global market so we can convince internal stake holders that such development of capacity is justified”, Petković said and added that they will continue with this practice in future.
Source Serbia Energy Magazine
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