The power systems we deliver are critical to the operations of our customers.
On land, at sea and in the air we deploy the world's most advanced technologies for those who depend upon us.
Rolls-Royce is a global company producing 'mission critical' power solutions for customers in aerospace, marine and energy markets.
Airlines and their customers rely on Rolls-Royce. We recognise the responsibility that is placed on us to produce the most reliable engines with the highest engineering integrity.
Aircraft powered by
Rolls-Royce fly one million miles every hour,keeping society and the global economy on the move.
Airlines look to us to deliver safe, reliable power on behalf of their customers - to ensure this, we monitor 67,000 hours of engine data every day, in real time.
650 airline, freight and lease customers are Rolls-Royce powered and they fly the equivalent of six million flights around the world each year.
Pilots of 160 armed forces need to know that they can depend on the power from Rolls-Royce engines instantly, whenever they call for it. Our engines are employed in all the key sectors of this market.
Rolls-Royce products provide the defence power systems for 103 countries.
Rolls-Royce is powering 15 different aircraft types in Afghanistan, supporting combat, transport, medical evacuation, tactical and surveillance operations.
Rolls-Royce powers 85 per cent of the UK MoD's aircraft in frontline operations. The UK military on average performs over 2,000 search and rescue missions annually, many are powered by Rolls-Royce.
There are 30,000 commercial and naval vessels operating with Rolls-Royce equipment, ensuring that sea trade of all types keeps on the move and that coasts, national and international waters are safe for all. Rolls-Royce has a wider range of marine products than any other single supplier.
Our design of specialist vessels can secure an offshore platform at depths of up to 3,000 metres with pinpoint accuracy - helping access the world’s deep water oil and gas reserves.
The Littoral Combat Ship, USS Freedom, is one of the fastest warships afloat. Powered by two Rolls-Royce MT30 gas turbines it has a top speed of well over 40 knots.
The latest Rolls-Royce nuclear plant, that powers the Royal Navy’s Astute class submarines, can circumnavigate the globe without surfacing and will never need to be refuelled in its life.
Society’s energy demands continue to grow. We are providing essential power for the oil and gas industries
to meet these needs and increasingly our clean and efficient gas turbines are providing local electricity.
Rolls-Royce is also at the forefront of low carbon and renewable energy products.
Over 500 of our gas
turbines are operating in hostile weather environments, offshore of 25 countries, delivering the critical
power needed on oil
and gas platforms.
Over 60 major pipelines in
26 countries depend on
Rolls-Royce gas turbines to transport oil and gas - essential arteries in the world’s energy network.
Our new Trent 60 gas turbine has been sold to 16 countries and the fleet can generate enough power for three