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siemens ag-reg (SIE) Snapshot

Open
€91.50
Previous Close
€93.64
Day High
€94.04
Day Low
€91.50
52 Week High
01/20/14 - €102.30
52 Week Low
07/31/13 - €79.26
Market Cap
82.0B
Average Volume 10 Days
90.5K
EPS TTM
--
Shares Outstanding
881.0M
EX-Date
01/29/14
P/E TM
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Dividend
€3.00
Dividend Yield
3.22%
Current Stock Chart for SIEMENS AG-REG (SIE)

siemens ag-reg (SIE) Details

Siemens Aktiengesellschaft operates as an electronics and electrical engineering company worldwide. The company operates in six segments: Energy, Healthcare, Industry, Infrastructure & Cities, Equity Investments, and Financial Services. The company offers a range of products, solutions, and services comprising wind turbines, gas turbines, steam turbines, compressors, and power transmission solutions, as well as electrical, instrumentation, and telecommunication solutions for generating and transmitting power, as well as for extracting, converting, and transporting oil and gas. In the healthcare sector, it develops, manufactures, and markets diagnostic, therapeutic, imaging, and clinical systems, devices, and consumables; and information technology systems for clinical and administrative purposes, as well as provides technical maintenance, professional and consulting, and financing services. The company also offers a range of industry automation, industry software, and drive products and services, as well as system integration and solutions for plant businesses. In the infrastructure and cities sector, it provides rail systems; building and mobility solutions; low and medium voltage components, systems, and solutions; power distribution equipment, including smart grid applications; and building technologies. In addition, the company provides various financial services, such as solutions for equipment financing, leasing, and rental; project and structured financing solutions, including debt financing, equity participations, and financial advisory services; venture capital financing; treasury services; financing and investment management services; and insurance brokerage services. Further, it holds equity investments in various sectors. The company was formerly known as Siemens & Halske and changed its name to Siemens Aktiengesellschaft in January 1966. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft was founded in 1847 and is headquartered in Munich, Germany.

359,000 Employees
Last Reported Date: 05/9/14
Founded in 1847

siemens ag-reg (SIE) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman of Managing Board, Chief Executive O...
Total Annual Compensation: €2.2M
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice-Presi...
Total Annual Compensation: €69.1K
Executive Vice-President, Member of the Manag...
Total Annual Compensation: €2.0M
Executive Vice-President, Member of the Manag...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.9M
Executive Vice-President, Member of the Manag...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.9M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

siemens ag-reg (SIE) Key Developments

Siemens Reportedly Eyes Dresser-Rand

Siemens Aktiengesellschaft (DB:SIE) has been preparing an offer to acquire Dresser-Rand Group Inc. (NYSE:DRC), German magazine Manager Magazin reported citing sources close to Siemens. Manager Magazin said Siemens Chief Executive Joe Kaeser had mandated Lazard to put together an offer for Dresser-Rand. Siemens, Lazard declined to comment on the report and Dresser-Rand was not immediately available to comment, according to Reuters.

Siemen Appoints Bolduan to the Supervisory Board

Olaf Bolduan, Chairman of the Works Council at the Dynamowerk Berlin, has been appointed by the Charlottenburg District Court (Berlin) as an employee representative on the Siemen's Supervisory Board. Bolduan was proposed by the Central Works Council and the Assembly of Delegates of IG Metall to succeed Lothar Adler, who retired at the end of May 2014 and accordingly left the Supervisory Board.

Siemens Signs Contract with HHI to equip UASC Container Ships with Siship SGM

Siemens AG has announced that its drive technologies division is equipping 17 container ships owned by the United Arab Shipping Company, or UASC, with an environmentally friendly drive and power generation system, Siship SGM, under contract from Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd., or HHI, a shipbuilding company. Using a waste heat recovery system (WHRS), exhaust gas from the propulsion main engine is utilized to produce additional electrical power from the ship's exhaust gas in a clean and efficient manner. This enables power to be generated with a lower overall fuel consumption while simultaneously reducing CO2 emissions by up to 12%. The drive system is a shaft generator which operates both as motor or generator and is automatically adapted to suit the requirements in hand by a higher-level power management system. This enhances the efficiency and flexibility of the power generation process as well as reducing wear on the main drive and the auxiliary generators. The class A-14 and A-18 UASC container ships have a carrying capacity of 14 500 and 18 800 TEU respectively and are among the large container vessels in the world. Due to the loaded cargo, the ships have significant power requirements which can be optimized with highly-efficient drive solutions and an intelligent power management concept. For this reason, Siemens relies for the UASC container ships on a WHRS which generates superheated steam from the hot exhaust gas and in turn drives a two-stage steam turbine. An additional exhaust gas turbine can be fed with excess exhaust gas that is not needed for turbocharging. Together with the steam turbine, it drives an electric generator which generally supplies the entire on-board electric power system. Due to the WHRS fuel consumption is reduced by up to 12%. To achieve the maximum propulsion power on the shaft line surplus electric power can be used to boost the ship's propulsion system by means of the shaft generator and the Sinamics S120 frequency converter in the so-called power take-in (PTI) mode. The generator is mounted directly on the propeller shaft without gears and affects it directly. At low main engine load, it operates as a generator in power take-off (PTO) mode to supply the electric mains. In this case the auxiliary engines can be switched off if the total power balance does allow. This leads to more efficient electric energy generation and reduces the wear and therewith also the maintenance costs of the auxiliary engines. All functionalities of the WHRS are controlled by a power management system which ensures optimal use of the available energy, and automatically adjusts the shaft generator operation to match actual requirements. This utilizes reserve capacity, reduces the wear on the main propulsion system and the auxiliary generators, and increases the reliability of the on-board power supply.

 

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