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Magazine nº 55
Magazine nº 55

Article: Reinventing SENER.
Interview: A better SENER. SENER Group's CEO, Jorge Unda, and the President of SENER, Jorge Sendagorta.
Tribune: In memory of Enrique de Sendagorta.
Technology: Helicon plasma thruster.

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Newsletter SENER News nº1
Newsletter SENER News nº1

Article: The technological leap at Noor Ouarzazate III.
Technology:  BepiColombo, a satellite with the participation of the SENER Group companies; contracts at airports in Spain, Ireland and Portugal; low-emission biomass power plant in Puertollano, Spain; engineering for a 1,200 passenger vessel for Tanzania.

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Annual reports

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Annual Report 2018
Annual Report 2018

The 2018 annual report contains the most relevant information about the activities undertaken in the three areas of the SENER Group this year. This publication includes information on the company’s progress and its prospects for the future.

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Annual report 2017
Annual report 2017

The 2017 annual report contains the most relevant information about the activities undertaken in the three areas of the SENER Group this year. This publication includes information on the company’s progress and its prospects for the future.

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Catalogues

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Oil & Gas engineering solutions

SENER’s references in the hydrocarbons sector includes natural gas treatment plants, process and petrochemical plants, gas pipelines, natural gas compressor stations, fuel storage terminals, and underground gas storage systems. It also has its own technology in the field of refining used oils to produce new base lubricants.

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Offshore Wind

SENER has extensive experience in floating offshore wind.
SENER provides design and project support services for developers as well as EPC/EPCM scope of works in offshore wind.[+]

Floating LNG small & mid scale solutions

SENER, as an experienced EPC contractor, can deliver the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of: Floating LNG solutions: FSRU, FSRPU, FRU, FPU and FSU
Jetty – marine works
Gas fi red power plants
In these fields, unlike most EPC contractors, SENER uses its own technology and engineering.[+]

SENER's Mission, Vision and Values

The “Mission, Values and Vision” are fundamental to the company’s strategy and clarify and direct all SENER’s activities, guiding the professional and ethical behavior of the whole staff.[+]

SENER in Mexico project catalog

SENER in Mexico has more than 500 professionals from the country, highly qualified, who maintain a close relationship with the local client, to contribute in every project to the progress and development of Mexican society. (Information in Spanish)[+]

Specials

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Kathu Solar Park

In CSP, SENER is a world leader in innovative and sustainable solutions. With a portfolio of 29 solar thermal plants, the majority turnkey projects representing 2,060 MW in South Africa, Morocco, Spain and USA, it also develops proprietary technology and carries out operation and maintenance.

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SENER full LNG chain

SENER full liquefied natural gas (LNG) chain of all the processes.[+]

SENER experience in solar thermal power (CSP)

SENER participates in the design and construction of 29 plants in IN Morocco, South Africa, Spain and USA, with total installed capacity of 2,060 MW.[+]

NOOR III (French)

Intègre un système de stockage thermique par sels fondus qui permet la production d’électricité après le coucher du soleil et couvre les 5 heures de demande pointe d’électricité. Fait partie de NOORo (Ouarzazate, Maroc), le plus important complexe d’énergie solaire à concentration (CSP) au monde.[+]

NOORo I (French)

Centrale thermosolaire électrique avec technologie de capteurs cylindro-paraboliques SENERtrough®. NOORo I fait partie de NOORo (Ouarzazate, Maroc), le plus important complexe d’énergie solaire à concentration (CSP) au monde. NOORo I dispose d’un système de stockage thermique à sels fondus qui permet de produire de l’électricité pendant 3 heures en l’absence de rayonnement solaire.[+]

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