Presentation on theme: "1 2 Dr.Chandan Chowdhury CEO, IFS India 3 Agenda 1.India as an IT major 2.IT solution for energy sector 3.Understanding solution through case studies."— Presentation transcript:
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7 ENERGY Major Focus Vertical;ENERGY GENERATION TRANSMISSION DISTRIBUTION
8 Hundreds of power plants/groups using IFS solutions OKG Nuclear Power Plant, Sweden Barsebäck Nuclear Power Plant, Sweden Forsmarks Nuclear Power Plant, Sweden Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant, Lithuania Swedish National Grid ABB Generation, Sweden Birka and Gullspångs Power, Sweden BÅKAB, Sweden Nordkraft Service, Sweden Vannkraft Öst, Norway Akershus Energyworks, Norway Brista Power, Sweden Helsingborg Energy, Sweden Birka Service, Sweden Oslo Energy, Norway Tekniska Verken i Linköping, Sweden Trondheim Energyworks, Norway Viken, Norway Norwegian State Power, Norway Buskerud Energy Production, Norway National Power Company of Iceland Southern Energy Group, Poland ECO Vankraft, Norway AES, Sri Lanka Byreiskaya Hydro Power, Russia Elektrocieplownia Zabrze, Poland Elektrocieplownia Ostroleka, Poland Elektrocieplownia Warszawskie, Poland Elektrownia Laziska, Poland Elektrownia Jaworzno, Poland Belchatow Power Plant, Poland WPEC Zielona Gora, Poland Zespol Elektrociepl Poznan, Poland Siersza Power Plant, Poland PT PLN, Indonesia Vattenfall Generation Services, Sweden Växjö Energi, Sweden Oxelö Energi, Sweden Hafslund Energiverk, Norway Vattenfall Power Generation, Sweden Vattenfall Energy Distribution, Sweden Fagersta Energi, Sweden Jönköping Energi, Sweden Norrköping Miljö & Energi, Sweden Qin Shan, China Tennet, Power Grid of Netherland United Networks, New Zealand Siemens Network Services, Australia Zeya Hydropower, Russia Three Gorges Power Group, China Etc....
9 Global Power Market Size 49% of Spend is Asia and 24% North America From IIR 2005 Global Industry Outlook The current estimation of the worldwide need for new power generation equates to about 325 large new power stations per year.
10 Basic Functions NIS/GISERP/CMMS SCADA CIS Market Billing Meter reading CRM etc. Generic functions Work Order Management Project Management Procurements Financial Management etc. Network specific functions Network Documentation Network Calculations Geographical analysis Technical Planning etc. Operation SCADA Trouble Call Energy Management Dispatch etc.
11 Basic Information NIS/GISERP/CMMS SCADA CIS Customer Data Meter Data Assets Data Financial Focus Financial Data Maintenance Data Plans and schedules Assets Data Technical Focus Assets Relations Topology and Connectivity Spatial Information (GIS) Real Time Data Asset Data Real time Focus
12 IFS Foundation1 IFS FINANCIALS GENERAL LEDGER REPORT GENERATOR FIXED ASSETS ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CONSOLIDATED ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CASH FLOW IFS eBUSINESS eMARKETS MOBILE & WIRELESS SERVICES EMPLOYEE PORTALS ePROCUREMENT COLLABORATION PORTALS ACCOUNTING RULES CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT BUSINESS PERFORMANCE IFS DISTRIBUTION DEMAND PLANNING SUPPLIER SCHEDULES PURCHASING INVENTORY INVOICING IFS MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE EQUIPMENT METERING WORK | SERVICE ORDER EQUIPMENT MONITORING SCHEDULING DCS/SCADA INTEGRATION PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE IFS HUMAN RESOURCES RECRUITING TRAINING ADMINISTRATION PAYROLL ADMINISTRATION TIME & ATTENDANCE HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT PROJECT REPORTING EXPENSE REPORTING EMPLOYEE SELF-SERVICE QUALITY MANAGEMENT IFS ENGINEERING PDM CONFIGURATION ASSET DATA MANAGEMENT ELECTRICAL DESIGN PROJECT DELIVERY INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN INTEGRATION PLATFORM IFS OPERATION OPERATION MANAGEMENT SAFETY AND RELIABILITY PLANNING AND CONTRACT FUEL MANAGEMENT IFS BILLING METERING & COLLECTIONS RECEIVABLES IFS Utility Solution
15 PROJECT QUALITY MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING RULES DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT BUSINESS PERFORMANCE IFS DISTRIBUTION IFS MAINTENANCE IFS ENGINEERING IFS FRONT OFFICE IFS HUMAN RESOURCES INVENTORY EQUIPMENT MONITORING PDM CONFIGURATION MARKETING ENCYCLOPEDIA SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS EQUIPMENTINVOICING SALES CONFIGURATOR PLANT LAYOUT & PIPING DESIGN RECRUITMENT CUSTOMER ORDERS WORK ORDER PROPOSAL GENERATION ELECTRICAL DESIGN PROJECT REPORTING CUSTOMER SCHEDULING PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FIELD SERVICE & OPERATIONS INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN TIME & ATTENDANCE EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE PROJECT DELIVERY PURCHASING SALES & MARKETING EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT SCHEDULING SUPPLIER SCHEDULING PROCESS DESIGN EXPENSE REPORTING IFS FINANCIALS GENERAL LEDGER ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FIXED ASSETS CONSOLIDATED ACCOUNTS PAYABLE REPORT GENERATOR FINANCIAL LEDGER PAYROLL INTERFACE TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM -OPEN, FLEXIBLE, EASY TO USE VEHICLE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ENTERPRISE STOREFRONT IFS eBUSINESS WIRELESS SERVICES COLLABORATION PORTALS CONTACT CENTER eMARKETS EMPLOYEE PORTALS ePROCUREMENT WEB STORE PERSONAL PORTAL MANAGEMENT IFS SPECIAL MODULES OPERATION MANAGEMENT SAFETY AND RELIABILITY SCADA (ABB ADVANT OCS & SPIDER) INTERFACE TGPMS INTERFACE PLANNING AND CONTRACT OA (LOTUS NOTES) INTERFACE BUSINESS MODELLER The Three Gorges ePMS system. Went Live Jan 2003 Implementation started in May 2002. 27*700=18,900 MW project
16 Scenario #1: power system outage Work flow instanceNIS/G IS EAM/ ERP SCAD A/DCS Other systems Identify disturbance CRM, CIS Analyze the extent and significance of the disturbance Minimize the outage by remote control Inform Call Center and others and keep them informed CRM Create Outage Work Order Assign Crews to the work HR
17 Scenario #1: power system outage Work flow instanceNIS/GI S EAM/E RP SCADA/ DCS Other systems Perform ultimate fault location and supply restoration MCMS (=Mobile Crew Mgmt System) Issue work permit certificate Initiate and plan remaining repair work Perform ultimate repair work Submit work ready certificate Plan reenergize switching Perform switching for reenergizing the repaired part Register time and materials used Create disturbance report Register disturbance on equipment causing the disturbance
21 The Three gorges project The Three Gorges Project is the largest water conservation project in the world, located on the Yangtze River in Hubei province, central China. The project is aimed at improving flood control, producing electricity, and improving navigability on the river. The project is scheduled for completion in 2009, 17 years after its launch.
22 China Yangtze River Three Gorges Project Development Corporation Three Gorges Power Plant, the largest hydro plant in the world with 18,900 MW (27x700MW). The first batch of units have already been commissioned Other associated projects: Gezhouba Power Plant 2,715MW. New construction projects (Xiangjiaba 6,000 MW, Xiluodu 12,600MW, Wudongde 7,400MW and Baihetan 12,500MW). Total – 60,115 MW
24 Assets and Maintenance 10,000 km of high voltage power lines (132, 220, 300 and 420 kV) Transformers, switching and compensator stations
25 PROJECT QUALITY MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING RULES DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT BUSINESS PERFORMANCE IFS DISTRIBUTION IFS MAINTENANCE IFS ENGINEERING IFS FRONT OFFICE IFS HUMAN RESOURCES INVENTORY EQUIPMENT MONITORING PDM CONFIGURATION MARKETING ENCYCLOPEDIA SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS EQUIPMENTINVOICING SALES CONFIGURATOR PLANT LAYOUT & PIPING DESIGN RECRUITMENT CUSTOMER ORDERS WORK ORDER PROPOSAL GENERATION ELECTRICAL DESIGN PROJECT REPORTING CUSTOMER SCHEDULING PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FIELD SERVICE & OPERATIONS INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN TIME & ATTENDANCE EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE PROJECT DELIVERY PURCHASING SALES & MARKETING EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT SCHEDULING SUPPLIER SCHEDULING PROCESS DESIGN EXPENSE REPORTING IFS FINANCIALS GENERAL LEDGER ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FIXED ASSETS CONSOLIDATED ACCOUNTS PAYABLE REPORT GENERATOR FINANCIAL LEDGER PAYROLL INTERFACE IFS Foundation1 V5 VEHICLE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ENTERPRISE STOREFRONT IFS eBUSINESS WIRELESS SERVICES COLLABORATION PORTALS CONTACT CENTER eMARKETS EMPLOYEE PORTALS ePROCUREMENT WEB STORE PERSONAL PORTAL MANAGEMENT IFS OPERATIONS OPERATION MANAGEMENT BUDGETTING SCADA INTERFACE FUEL MANAGEMENT The IFS solution
26 The ROS project The Resource Optimization at Statnett (ROS) project was launched in 1998 Access to relevant and accurate data From a common source Available to all parties Single entry of data Improve business processes (adoption of best business practices) Automation and standardization of activities and processes Replace legacy systems (financials) and implement project/maintenance management systems
27 Background: Asset investments represent major cost Major investments done in data capture/conversion Problems with consistency of many data bases Potential to extend use for more than engineering Statnett benefits Coordination of Operation – Maintenance Asset information and real-time status Work orders and their status Common navigation to information Common use of data, e.g. current limits for transformers Reporting of costs for bottle-necks Common data engineering Improving LCC – Life Cycle Cost Supporting state-controlled maintenance based on R2CM – Risk & Reliability Centered Maintenance Statnett, Integration with SCADA
28 Recovery information Scenario #1 : power system outage Real-time information Disturbance records Customer Service Type of disturbance Time to recover No. of customers affected Work order Asset Management Spares Sales Customers affected Customer complaints Engineering Disturbance information Accounting Asset records Reports Substation Automation Repair and Maintenance Customer Work report Fault statistics Disturbance report Compensation Control Center Pro-Active information
37 Alerts Portal is configured to display only measures where indicators are red Current view of the organization. How much has each Profit Center sold so far in this month? Current view of the organization. How many orders do we have right now and how does that compare to history?
39 Areas to focus Expansion Projects – Generation, Transmission, Distribution Effective Planning, Monitoring and Execution of Projects Controlling time and cost overrun of Projects through Exception Based Project Monitoring Asset Life Cycle Management Operation and Maintenance Increased availability through incorporation of Best Operation & Maintenance Practices like RCM (Reliability Centered Maintenance), TPM Improved spare parts management system Reduction in cost of operation On-line real time information through integration with SCADA system Increase predictability of the plant Integration Business intelligence solution (multi dimensional analysis) High quality timely information for decision support & proactive management Management dashboard