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Gas networks

  • Energy transport | SPIE

    SPIE designs and optimises liquid, gas and electricity distribution networks for customers around the world under the best safety and quality conditions... In 2011, SPIE won a contract to build two boilers (wood and natural gas) connected to a heating network in Graulhet (Tarn, France)... Optimising liquid and gas networks to improve efficiency
  • SPIE Ile-de-France Nord-Ouest acquires POIRET and strengthens its positions in external networks | SPIE

    It achieved sales worth 5 5 million in 2010. Street lighting and power and gas networks account for 70 % of its business and the remaining 30 % is generated by general electrical engineering work in the commercial and building sectors. "This acquisition will enable SPIE Ile de France Nord Ouest to strengthen its business ties with local authorities in Nord-Pas-de-Calais and push ahead with its plan to balance the business portfolio of its regional offices, "says Paul de Jacquelot, Development Director at SPIE Ile de France Nord Ouest
  • Experts in gas infrastructure | SPIE

    Germany's natural gas network is 510 000 km long, which is the equivalent of going around the world 12 5 times. As a leading service provider of plants and systems for generating, transferring and distributing energy and data, SPIE manages a large portion of this on behalf of more than 400 energy supply companies
  • SPIE expands service offering into multiple utilities and substations with the acquisition of Leven Energy Services | SPIE

    Leven's strong, recurring client base includes National Grid, Northern Gas Networks, Electricity North West and Scottish & Southern Energy. With 57 % of its business generated from electricity works, it recently signed an 8-year contract with Electricity North West for underground cable works up to 33kV. The remaining 43 % of Leven's business is split between the gas and water sectors