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1 Comprehensive EAM for Electric and Gas Utilities IBM Maximo Asset Management in the Utilities Industry Briefing

2 Agenda  Utility Industry Challenges  IBM Maximo in the Utilities Industry  IBM Maximo Offering for Multiple Business Units

3 Aging Assets Under investment in T&D requires $300B over next 20 years Average age of generation facilities puts reliability at risk

4 Aging Workforce Workforce Strategies  Workforce Strategies – Knowledge Capture – More Contracted Labor – Partnerships with Local Colleges – Engineers and Crafts are Mobile

5 Aging application portfolio Develop Assets Network Analysis/Design Operate Assets Outage Management SCADA Metering Maintain Assets Customer Information System ERP System (Finance, HR, Supply Chain) Capital Projects Investment Planning Operate and Maintain Assets Outage Management SCADA Planning & Scheduling Plant Digital Control System Supply Chain/Material Management HR, Finance CPM Scheduling Engineering Work Management Asset Management Work Force Management Document Management Contractor Management Operator Rounds Service Management Develop Assets Network Analysis/Design Construction Work Mgmt. Workforce Management Operate Assets Outage Management Meter Work Mgmt. Workforce Management SCADA Metering Maintain Assets Maintenance Work Mgmt. Workforce Management Geographic Information System Customer Information System Develop Assets Network Analysis/Design Construction Work Mgmt. Workforce Management Operate Assets Outage Management Meter Work Mgmt. Workforce Management SCADA Metering Maintain Assets Maintenance Work Mgmt. Workforce Management Geographic Information System Customer Information System ERP System (Finance, HR, Supply Chain) Supply Chain/Material Management HR, Finance  Duplication of Functionality  Legacy Code  Point to Point Integration

6 Convergence of Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT)  The business is depending on IT to meet the challenges of aging assets, aging workforce and aging systems, as well as, increased regulatory compliance, customer reliability expectations and system integrity concerns.  The dependence on IT has created new cultural challenge.  In the past the LOB have purchased OT to meet immediate needs without concern for corporate architecture policy. Now they have multiple silos of solutions.  Regulators are mandating reliability “Companies that look to the IT department to bring a competitive edge and drive the revenue growth may find themselves facing an unexpected roadblock: “Their CIO and COO are butting heads” Information Week, August 1, 2006 “Maximo offers a unified platform to support physical and IT assets in support of increase dependence on IT systems across all LOB.

7 Extraction Geophysical evaluation Field development Drilling operations Crude oil & gas Production Gathering & processing Mining Coal & Uranium GenerationDistribution Retail Customer Commercial Customer Fossil Generation Hydro Generation Nuclear Power Wind Power Emerging Technology High Voltage transmission Substations Mobile Inspection Work Management Operations Management Mobile dispatch ARM CRM Maximo across LOB CROSS-FUNCTIONAL & SUPPORT PROCESS AREAS Engineer & Maintain plants & equipment Procurement & Logistics Finance & Accounting Project Planning & Control Information Technology Transmission Energy & Utilities Value Chain

8 Extraction Field development Drilling operations Crude oil & gas Production Mining Coal & Uranium GenerationDistribution Retail Customer Commercial Customer Fossil Generation Hydro Generation Nuclear Power Wind Power High Voltage transmission Substations Mobile Inspection Work Management Operations Management Transmission utilities worldwide using MAXIMO Generation (160), transmission (38), distribution (21), Gas pipeline & distribution (23), water/wastewater (120) 5 of 10 Global 500 Energy Companies 7 of 10 Fortune 1000 Energy Companies 17 of 30 Fortune 1000 Utilities Companies Energy & Utilities Value Chain

9 Duke, NYPA, LCRA, Mirant, Calpine, Dynegy, APS, Entergy Nuclear, Powergen, iPower, Jpower(EPDC), ADWEA, ESKOM, Yalhourn Energy, Columbia Gas, El Paso, Bureau of Reclamation,Sydney Water, LADPW, Clark County 22% of Sales, 300+ Utilities Clients, Nuclear Generation, Fossil Hydro Generation, Gas & Electric Transmission & Substation, Gas, Water & Electric Distribution, Water & Waste Water Collection & Treatment Utility Segments Key Customers Key Facts Constellation “To meet our business objectives, it is essential that we have a strategic approach to asset and work management. We selected Maximo as our asset and work management platform for nuclear and fossil” Wynne Hayes, CIO Constellation Energy's Generation Group. Xcel Energy We strive for continuous improvement in our maintenance processes, and MAXIMO will be a key enabler for improving reliability centered maintenance. In addition, having a common system will allow us to deploy best practices throughout the entire generation fleet. David Wilks, Xcel Energy’s president of the energy supply Extraction Field development Drilling operations Crude oil & gas Production Mining Coal GenerationDistribution Retail Customer Commercial Customer Fossil Generation Hydro Generation Nuclear Power Wind Power High Voltage transmission Substations Mobile Inspection Work Management Operations Management Transmission Southern Company, NiSource, Salt River Project News Energy & Utilities Value Chain

10 Adu Dhabi Water & ElectricityAbu Dhabi, UAENew South Wales Alstom Network ServicesAustralia & New Zealand Arizona Public ServicePhoenix, AZ Atco EnergyAlberta, Canada Barbados Light & PowerBarbados BIOENERGI Luleå ABVästerås Stads Kraftvärmeverk Bureau of Rec (US Federal Dams)Denver, CO Canjun Electric Power CooperativeBaton Rouge, LA Chelan County PUDWetatchee, WA Chilectra SAChile CINergyCincinnati, OH Cia Energetica de Brasilia Brasil CitiPowerVictoria, Australia Colorado Springs UtilitiesColorado Springs, CO Connexus EnergyRamsey, MN Consolidated EdisonNew York, New York Daya Bay Nuclear PowerChina Duke EnergyCharlotte, NC DynegyHouston, TX East Kentucky Power CooperativeWinchester, KT ElectranetAdelaide, Australia Entergy NE Nuclear OperationsWhite Plains, NY EskomSouth Africa Gesa Gas & ElectricitySpain Hydro QuebecQuebec, Canada Huang Tai Power.China International PowerUK LA Department of Water & PowerLos Angeles, CA Lakeland Electric & WaterLakeland, Fl Louisville Gas & ElectricLouisville, KY Lower Colorado River AuthorityAustin, TX Jacksonville Electric AuthorityJacksonville, FL Keyspan EnergyLong Island, NY Mirant Atlanta, GA Minnesota PowerDuluth, MI New York Power AuthorityWhite Plains, NY National Power SupplyThailand Origin Energy Australia PowerGenLiverpool, UK Salt River ProjectPhoenix, AZ Seabrook Nuclear Power StationSeabrook, NH South Carolina Electric & GasColumbia, SC Stadtwerke Chemnitz AGGermany Tata ElectricIndia Tenaga Nasional BerhadMalaysia Texas UtilitiesDallas, TX Western Area Power AdminDenver, CO Windsor UtilitiesWindsor, Ontario, Canada Xcel EnergyDenver, CO Yallourn Energy Victoria, Australia Yorkshire ElectricUK Keyspan EnergyBoston, MA El PasoEl Paso, TX GPU GasnetAustralia SPPSolvenia SantosAustralia Southern California Gas San Diego, CA Brisbane WaterQueensland, Australia City of BellevueBellevue, WA City of Surrey Surrey, B.C. Canada Clark County WaterLas Vegas, NV LA County Public WorksLos Angeles, CA Lyonnaise Des EauxFrance Metro Water District of SoCalSan Dimas, CA Orange County Water UtilitiesOrange County, FL Pinellas CountyClearwater, FL Philadelphia WaterPhiladelphia,PA SaurUK Seattle WaterSeattle, WA South East WaterUK Sydney Water CorporationAustralia Thames Water InternationalUK United WaterAustralia Clients Around the World

11 T&D Clients  Keyspan Energy  Colorado Springs Utilities  Minnesota Power  Connexus Energy  Enwin Utilities  Barbados Light & Power  Arizona Public Service  Lakeland Utilities  ESKOM  ENECO  National Grid  DTE Energy  Scotia Gas Networks  Constellation BGE  Salt River Project  NiSource  Duke Energy  New York Power Authority  Consolidated Edison  Western Area Power Administration  Hydro Quebec  TXU Energy Delivery  Salt River Project  Cinergy  El Paso  Columbia Gas Transmission  Duke Gas Transmission  National Grid  Michigan Electric Transmission Distribution Transmission

12 Generation Clients  Keyspan Energy  Duke Energy  Mirant  New York Power Authority  LCRA  Bureau of Reclamation  Chelan County  Arizona Public Service  Yalhourn Energy  Calpine  Powergen  DTE Energy  International Power  Xcel Energy  Texas Genco (NRG)  Energy Nuclear Northeast  FPL Nuclear Seabrook  Guangdong Nuclear Power Group  TXU Nuclear  Dominion Nuclear  DTE Energy  Fortum Heat & Power  Electronuclear  BNFL: Chapelcross, Caldor Hall  Constellation Energy  Southern Company Fossil & Hydro Nuclear

13 The Company  Four-Service Municipal Utility— natural gas, electricity, water and wastewater distribution and power generation  650,000 combined customers, 500 square mile service area, 1800 employees The Challenge  Industry Restructuring Separates Generation, Transmission & Distribution  Increasing customer expectations and regulatory requirements  Leverage IT Investments with Key Initiatives  Desire to have one system to handle multiple business units The Solution  Developed Corporate IT Strategic Plan with Executive Sponsors  Subject-matter experts coordinate usage of technology  Standardized on Maximo for Work and Asset Management plus Inventory and Purchasing with integration to GIS, CAD and CUE. The Benefits  Lower cost of ownership to manage all assets in one system  Higher service levels, reduced O&M expense,  Increased asset reliability  Consistency in design and constructions methods Colorado Springs Utilities

14 The Company  Large, Multi-Business Unit Utility Service 3.2 M Customers  Nuclear, 9 Fossil Stations, Gas & Electric Distribution  Variety of non-regulated businesses including railroad for coal transportation, biomass, merchant generation The Challenge  Consolidate numerous systems into one set of applications for all business units.  Develop and Implement standard processes for Financial Management, Human Resources, Supply Chain and Work & Asset Management The Solution  Industry Solutions: Maximo for T&D and Nuclear Power  Integrated to SAP Financials and Supply Chain  MDSI for Mobile and ESRI for GIS  Hub and Spoke Integration Architecture The Benefits  Standardized Processes across the enterprise  Numerous benefits including; Higher service levels, reduced O&M expense, Increased asset reliability  $90M annual post implementation benefits DTE Energy

15 The Company  Wholly owned subsidiary of NRG (as of Feb. 2006)  One of the largest wholesale electric power generating companies in the US, 10 Fossil generation plants with a generating capacity of 11,000MW. The Objective  Implement systems to support operational excellence and future growth  Implement new systems (finance, asset management, HR, time entry ) to support newly formed company after divestiture from Reliant Energy  Move all Texas Genco and NRG plants across the country onto Maximo The Approach  Develop a “best of breed” implementation team. Texas Genco acted as “System Integrator” for overall program, with the Maximo team acted as “prime” for asset management activities,  Core implementation team moving from plant to plant The Outcome  Live system in 8 months (work and asset management, inventory, purchasing)  Plants nationwide accessing data center in Princeton for Maximo Texas Genco (NRG)

16 The Company  Largest natural gas distributor in the Northeast  2.1M customers and 12,000 employees  Outsourced operator of LIPA’s distribution system with 1.2M customer  Operates 4000 mw fossil generation on Long Island The Challenge  Deregulation (19 90s) forced Boston Gas (now Keyspan) to cut costs  Replace numerous legacy system  Improved crew productivity  Implement a common platform The Solution  Maximo WAMS (Work & Asset Management System)  Later, Maximo rolled out in the generation business  Followed by Keyspan implementing Maximo in Electric Distribution The Benefits  Common platform, lower total cost  Improved customer satisfaction  Improve work productivity Keyspan Energy

17 The Company  $20B Global Energy Company operating in US, Europe, LA and Asia  Top 10 in US electric power generation- Top tier gas marketer  Build and operate 25,000 MWs, regulated and unregulated plant  25,000 employees worldwide The Challenge  Duke needed a standard, scalable platform for Work Management and Financials across multiple business units  Replace legacy mainframe systems with server/web based systems  Minimize IT and station support at the plant level The Solution Maximo/PeopleSoft provides common design for inventory management, purchasing and accounts payable, while incorporating business unit requirements. 61 Plants implemented Used by Fossil/Hydro, Electric Transmission, and Gas Pipeline The Benefits “Best Practices” enforced with standard software footprint Reduced total cost of ownership and support Seamless information sharing across the supply chain from work management through accounts payable Duke Energy

18 The Company  Xcel Energy is the fourth-largest combination electricity and natural gas energy company in the United States with revenues of $15B  Operate 15,000 MWs, regulated fossil,hydro and alternative energy  14,000 employees across 12 states on 69 different sites The Challenge  Xcel Energy is the result of the mergers of three different utilities  Replace legacy systems modern XML capable systems  Integration with multiple back-end systems  Manage culture change among different plants The Solution  Maximo/PeopleSoft/JDEdwards provides seamless interoperability while incorporating business unit requirements.  Maximo offered scalability to server the smallest hydro and largest coal plants with the same solution – 72 Plants Implemented in 12 months The Benefits  “Best Practices” enforced with standard software at all 69 sites  Enabled reliability centered maintenance processes  Seamless information sharing across GL, HR, and supply chain  5 years Revenue Enhancements $33.7M Cost Reduction $7.9M Xcel Energy

19 The Company  Largest State-owned public power  Generates 5245 MWs from 21 Facilities  1400 miles of high voltage transmission  Mission: Low cost, “best practice” operations The Challenge  Reduce $150M O&M budget by 10% per year  Improve direct utilization of 800 craft  Reduce dependence on outside contractors  Perform more “life extension” projects with less O&M budget The Solution  MRM – Maintenance Resource Management Program instituted 1995  Maximoi integrated to SAP is used throughout NYPA  Allows for Quantitative Management Decisions and Benchmarking  Institutionalizes Maintenance Planning and Scheduling The Benefits  O&M Budgets reduced ($90M 2000) with increase backlog  Large recurring tasks (e.I, turbine overhaul) completed with less hours  Displaced outside contractor work (and cost) with internal resources  Worker utilitization improvement to 85% equaled $6.2 saving per year New York Power Authority

20 The Company  Three-Service Municipal Utility— electric power generation and distribution, water and wastewater  120,000 electric and 53,000 water customers, 220 square mile service area, 620 electric and 180 water employees The Challenge  Single solution for all utility capital and maintenance operations  Diverse spectrum of user requirements on one database instance  Common repository for all utility and IT assets The Solution  Leveraged Maximo’s extensive administrative toolset to clone applications, transform screens, “brand” departments, create custom applications and customize business logic and processing.  Standardized on Maximo for Work and Asset Management plus Inventory and Purchasing with integration to GIS, CAD and CUE. The Benefits  Lower cost of ownership to manage all assets in one system  Higher service levels, reduced O&M expense  Increased asset reliability  Consistency in design and constructions methods City of Lakeland

21 Analyst View: Gartner EAM Magic Quadrant for T&D 21 September 2007 © Gartner, Inc. Kristian Steenstrup Dan Miklovic D: G The Magic Quadrant is copyrighted 2007 by Gartner, Inc. and is reused with permission. The Magic Quadrant is a graphical representation of a marketplace at and for a specific time period. It depicts Gartner's analysis of how certain vendors measure against criteria for that marketplace, as defined by Gartner. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in the Magic Quadrant, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors placed in the "Leaders" quadrant. The Magic Quadrant is intended solely as a research tool, and is not meant to be a specific guide to action. Gartner disclaims all warranties, express or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

22 Overall Maximo Solution

23 Single Platform for Multiple Business Units Value Proposition  Using IBM Maximo across the generation fleet supports –Nuclear, hydro, fossil generation –Regulated and non-regulated –Shared maintenance best practices –Right-sizing maintenance inventory –Managing contracted workforce –Optimization in-house workforce –Complete supply chain management  Using IBM Maximo across T&D business units supports –Intelligent grid and Advanced Metering Infrastructure –Water, gas and electric –Work and asset management processes –Transmission and substation maintenance –Distribution work management –Crew management –Compatible Unit Estimating  IBM Maximo supports IT assets, facilities, vehicle fleet ops, rail and telecom

24 System Consolidation  Many business systems have already been combined  While some systems consolidated, Asset, IT and Service Management systems continue to be fragmented Asset Management Power Generation Asset Management IT Asset Management Transmission Facilities Management Distribution Work Management

25 System Consolidation  Consolidation of Asset and Service Management  Strategic alignment of systems focused on assets and service  Benefits of “suite” –Reduced Cost of Ownership –Lower Risk  Companies often have many “rogue” application with can be absorbed

26 Maximo Enterprise Suite: Asset and Service Management  Addresses business challenges of Operations and IT  Powerful Business Process Management  Consolidates point solutions for Asset and Service Management into a Rational Suite  Next generation J2EE Technology Platform

27 Systems Integration ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT Customer Information System Financial Management Human Resource Management Business Intelligence & KPIs Unitization & Reporting OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS Mobile Dispatch GIS Outage Management SCADA/DCS Document Management Data Historian Condition Monitoring

28 Industry Solutions Providing deep functionality for differentiated markets. IBM Maximo for Pharmaceutical IBM Maximo for Oil & Gas IBM Maximo for Nuclear Power IBM Maximo for Utilities IBM Maximo for Transportation

29 Product Expansion Model Customer Configuration Industry Solutions Maximo Standard Functions Web-Architecture SOA Integration Transportation Nuclear Power Oil & Gas Pharmaceuticals Utilities IBM Maximo Asset Management as the foundation for product offerings Industry Solutions built on top of the Maximo platform Customer Specific Configuration built on top of Industry Solutions Industry Solution Partners positioned as part of Total Solution

30 The IBM Maximo Approach to Product Development “In Partnership with Clients” CHARTER/ OBJECTIVE EXTERNAL MEMBERS Set Direction By Invitation C-Level INTERNAL Maximo GROUP TYPE Advisory Council Special Interest User Groups Development Partners Subject Matter Experts Users P&T Services Industry Mktg Industry Mktg Sales Services Executive Committee & Industry Mktg Exchange of Best Practice Develop Requirement By Invitation Maximo World Users C-Level All Promote Brand Exchange RUN BY Maximo Industry Marketing Customers Users Maximo Products & Technology Maximo Marketing

31 Utilities Advisory Council Presentations by Industry Experts Council Members

32 T&D Roadmap GIS – Maximo Spatial Embed Map in Key Apps Link GIS Feature to Mx Entity Expose GIS controls via MBOs Support Point, and Linear Graphical Crew Assignment Automate Work Order Closing WO CUE Est. Reference Overhead Costs in WO Crew Type & Crew Management Crews – Assignment Manager Crews – Work Order Planning Crews – Labor Reporting Combine T&D Admin MEA: Graphical Design, MWFM, CPR (Fixed Asset) Maximo Project Manager for Crews Compatible Unit Estimating Compatible Unit Library Compatible Unit Admin Maximo T&D R2 Delivery Date: 2007 Delivery Date: TBD Service Appointment Scheduling Dispatching Application Scheduling Route Optimization Schedule Configuration Extend Mobile - Field Completion Service Address: Locations, Assets Work Orders & Service Request Service Centers GIS – Crew, Person, Routes, PM, GIS - Mobile CUE Hierarchy Navigation Tree MEA CIS, OMS GIS – Maximo Spatial Embed Map in Key Apps Link GIS Feature to Mx Entity Expose GIS controls thru MBOs Support Point, Linear, Area Graphical Crew Assignment Automate Work Order Closing Overhead Costs in WO Crew Type & Crew Management Crews – Assignment Manager Crews – Work Order Planning Crews – Labor Reporting Combine T&D Admin MEA: Graphical Design, MWFM, CPR (Fixed Asset) Maximo Project Manager for Crews Compatible Unit Estimating Compatible Unit Library & Admin. Maximo T&D R3 Crew Type & Crew Management Crews – Assignment Manager Crews – Work Order Planning Crews – Labor Reporting Combine T&D Admin P1 – May 2006 MEA: Graphical Design, Mobile Work Force Management,CPR (Fixed Asset) PM - June 06 Maximo Project Mgr for Crews Compatible Unit Estimating Compatible Unit Library Compatible Unit Admin Delivered: December, 2005 P1 May 06 – PM June 06 MaximoT&D R1 Subject to change as required Delivery Date: TBD WO Crediting & Unit Reporting Configurable PM Triggers Capacity Planning Scheduling – Task Dependencies Extend Schedule Configuration Service Appointment Scheduling Dispatching Application Scheduling Route Optimization Schedule Configuration Extend Mobile - Field Completion Service Address: Locations, Assets, Work Orders & Tickets Service Centers GIS – Crew, Person, Routes, PM GIS Mobile CUE Hierarchy Navigation Tree MEA CIS, OMS GIS – Maximo Spatial Embed Map in Key Apps Link GIS Feature to Mx Entity Expose GIS controls thru MBOs Support Point, Linear, Area Graphical Crew Assignment Automate Work Order Closing Overhead Costs in WO Crew Type & Crew Management Crews – Assignment Manager Crews – Work Order Planning Crews – Labor Reporting Combine T&D Admin MEA: Graphical Design, MWFM, CPR (Fixed Asset) Maximo Project Manager for Crews Compatible Unit Estimating Compatible Unit Library & Admin Maximo T&D R4

33 T&D SM Rev T&D Solution Map MaximoPartner 3 rd 3 rd Party

34 Key Capabilities of IBM Maximo for Utilities  Work & Asset Management –Job Plans – Labor, Tools, Material –Compatible Unit Estimating –PM, CBM –History –Failure analysis  Material Management  Procurement Management  Contract Management  Service Management –SLA –Escalation –Notification  IT Service Management  Support additional work related applications – examples: –Leak management –Street light management –Permits and Paving  Mobile – Inspection, Inventory  Crew Management –Skills Level –Qualification/Certification –Tools & Equipment  Design tools interoperation  Mobile Dispatch

35 Summary  System Consolidation  IT – OT Convergence  SOA Architecture  Common Platform across LOB  Leadership Position per Research Analysts


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