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1 © 2009 IBM Corporation LEVERAGING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR CTL/CTG BUSINESS IBMS SUGGESTED APPROACH Feb.3 rd,2011 Sanjiv P Singh

2 © 2009 IBM Corporation2 Source:If applicable, describe source origin IBM Presentation Template Full Version Coal liquefaction is a process used to turn coal, a solid fuel, into a substitute for liquid fuels such as diesel and gasoline. Coal liquefaction has historically been used in countries without a secure supply of crude oil,crude oil Primarily being developed as an alternative source of production of transportation fuel. Interest centered around Major Coal producing countries

3 © 2009 IBM Corporation3 Coal Liquefaction Route Gasifier Fischer Trop Process Methanol Synthesis Liquid Fuels Hydrogenation Methanol To Gasoline Hydrogen Coal Steam Oxygen Direct Indirect

4 © 2009 IBM Corporation4 Price Movement Of OIL Year Per Barrel Price U$ U$

5 © 2009 IBM Corporation5 MININGPRODUCTIONPURIFICATION

6 © 2009 IBM Corporation6 SOLUTION LANDSCAPE MININGPRODUCTION PURIFICATION TDSMEM Mine Planning DCS/SCADA SENSORS/FLOWMETER/GAS ANALYSER OPTIMISATION / SIMULATOR / APC

7 © 2009 IBM Corporation7 SOLUTION LANDSCAPE MININGPRODUCTION PURIFICATION TDSMEM Mine Planning DCS/SCADA SENSORS/FLOWMETER/GAS ANALYSER OPTIMISATION / SIMULATOR / APC INVENTORY TRACKING, MATERIAL RECONCILIATION ENERGY MANAGEMENT BLEND PROPERTY& RATIO CONTROLLER, YIELD ACCOUNTING HSE & CARBON MANAGEMENT TECHNICAL DOCUMENT MGMT & LIMS

8 © 2009 IBM Corporation8 SOLUTION LANDSCAPE MININGPRODUCTION PURIFICATION TDSMEM Mine Planning DCS/SCADA SENSORS/FLOWMETER/GAS ANALYSER OPTIMISATION / SIMULATOR / APC INVENTORY TRACKING, MATERIAL RECONCILIATION ENERGY MANAGEMENT YIELD ACCOUNTING HSE & CARBON MANAGEMENT TECHNICAL DOCUMENT MGMT & LIMS TRANSACTION PROCESSING SYSTEM BLEND PROPERT / RATIO CONTROLLER

9 © 2009 IBM Corporation9 IBM approach for best in class delivery establishing multiple Tracks to success… Business Process Integration Technical Integration Program Management Sustain Value Phase 1 Phase 2 Tracks Application Management Service - SLA Driven sustained performance availability Infrastructure Management Service - SLA Driven sustained system availability Knowledge Ensure Critical Success Factors are addressed Business Value Mining Technology Domain Expertise IT Technology ISVs 2 Security System

10 © 2009 IBM Corporation10 Phase 2 IBM Global Business Services10 Process Design & System Implementation Approach Business Process Design Process Landscape Functional Requirement & Detail Process Definition Vendor Selection Implementation HEAT MAP for Planning, Scheduling, Operations, Maintenance etc. Chosen Leading Practices, KPIs Process decomposition Level 1.2 & 3 Project Stages End to End Stage wise Deliverables Process decomposition Level 4&5 Functional Requirements RFI Short List / FR review and SOW written with selected vendor per Grouping Detail Process Descriptions Common Blueprint* Functional Design Spec Configuration FAT/SAT Start up & Sustain Detail Design Business Process Integration 1

11 © 2009 IBM Corporation11 CBM provides view of the enterprise as a collection of business components, networked together. Control Execute Direct Business Planning Business Unit Tracking Sales Management Credit Assessment Reconciliation Compliance Staff Appraisals Relationship Management Sector Management Product Management Production Administration Product Fulfillment Sales Marketing Campaigns Product Directory Credit Administration Customer Accounts General Ledger Document Management Customer Dialogue Contact Routing Staff Administration Business Administration New Business Development Relationship Management Servicing & Sales Product Fulfillment Financial Control and Accounting Sector Planning Portfolio Planning Account Planning Sales Planning Fulfillment Planning

12 © 2009 IBM Corporation12 A business component map is a tabular overview of a business Control Execute Direct Business Planning Business Unit Tracking Sales Management Credit Assessment Reconciliation Compliance Staff Appraisals Relationship Management Sector Management Product Management Production Administration Product Fulfillment Sales Marketing Campaigns Product Directory Credit Administration Customer Accounts General Ledger Document Management Customer Dialogue Contact Routing Staff Administration Business Administration New Business Development Relationship Management Servicing & Sales Product Fulfillment Financial Control and Accounting Sector Planning Portfolio Planning Account Planning Sales Planning Fulfillment Planning A Business Component is a part of an enterprise that has the potential to operate autonomously, for example, as a separate company, or as part of another company. Columns are Business Competencies, defined as large business areas with characteristic skills and capabilities, for example, product development or supply chain. An Operational Level characterizes the scope of decision making. The three levels used in CBM are direct, control and execute. Direct is about strategy, overall direction and policy. Control is about monitoring, managing exceptions and tactical decision making Execute is about doing the work

13 © 2009 IBM Corporation13 Trading Strategy Risk/Hedging Strategy Logistics & Transport Planning Channel and Customer Strategy Retail Strategy Pricing Strategy & Management IT Strategy Brand Strategy Business Strategy and Long Range Planning/Bud geting & Risk Management 1.0 Trade/Risk Management 2.0 Supply Chain Management 3.0 Operations 4.0 Refinery Maintenance 5.0 Quality Management Secondary Distribution/ Wholesale Marketing 8.0 Retail Operations 9.0 Shared Corporate Functions Market Analysis and Supplier Adaptation Position Monitoring Demand Forecasting and Forecast Monitoring Procurement Management Spot Logistics Wharf/Berth Scheduling Primary Distribution Nomination/ Scheduling Transportation Qualification Secondary Distribution Scheduling Wholesale/Rack Pricing Retail Pricing Retail/Commercial Inventory Management Customer/Chann el Management Allocation Management Supplier/ Vendor Management Public Relations & Corporate Communication Master Data Management Human Capital Management Security Customer Service & Management Fuel Sale Settlement Retail Operations Promotion/Loy alty Execution Distribution Settlement Primary Distribution Operations Secondary Distribution Operations Order Management Plant Strategy Plant Operations Planning Plant Unit Optimization Blend Planning Plant Operations Plant Inventory Management Yield Accounting Maintenance Strategy & Budgeting Maintenance Master Data Management Statutory Inspection & Calibration Condition Based or Predictive Maintenance Minor Capital Projects Maintenance Inventory & Requisition Management Reliability Management & Root Cause Analysis Contractor Management Turn Around Maintenance Level 1 Level 2 Process Sample Manage Non- conformance Create Inspection Methods Record Result Create Product test parameter Manage Lab stock Calibrate Manage Lab resource Develop Sampling mgmt plan Trade settlement Spot Trade Settlement Strategic Business Plan Strategic Supply Plan Crude blend Feasibility Crude programming Feedstock Valuation Monthly Rolling Plan Operations Schedule Retro Analysis Warehouse Management Oil Accounting Risk Based Inspection Workshop Jobs Management Unplanned/Breakd own Maintenance Work Permits 10.0 Technical Services, EHS & S Management EHS Vision, Policy, Objectives & Standards Environment Management Safety & Crisis Management Occupational Health Management HSE Performance Management SAMPLE Process Landscape (Refinery & Corporate Functions) FG Import Management FG Export Management Intercompany Marketing Agreement Management Technical Document Management Energy Management Finance & Treasury Management Insurance, Tax & Duties Management Needed in Phase-INeeded in Phase- II Non Critical Rqmnt

14 © 2009 IBM Corporation14 IBM Global Business Services14 Business Process Design Process Landscape Functional Requirement & Detail Process Definition Vendor Selection Implementation HEAT MAP for Planning, Scheduling, Operations, Maintenance etc. Chosen Mining Leading Practices, KPIs Process decomposition Level 1.2 & 3 Project Stages End to End Stage wise Deliverables Process decomposition Level 4&5Functional Requirements RFI Short List / FR review and SOW written with selected vendor per Grouping Detail Process Descriptions Blueprint, Functional Design Spec and Detail Design during the Phase 2 will be developed jointly by the IBM and ISV team and will draw extensively from the Phase 1 Process Design documents and ISVs deep refining domain expertise Process Design & System Implementation Approach Common Blueprint* Functional Design Spec Configuration FAT/SAT Start up & Sustain till 12/31/11 Detail Design

15 © 2009 IBM Corporation15 SOLUTION LANDSCAPE MININGPRODUCTION PURIFICATION TDSMEM Mine Planning DCS/SCADA SENSORS/FLOWMETER/GAS ANALYSER OPTIMISATION / SIMULATOR / APC INVENTORY TRACKING, MATERIAL RECONCILIATION ENERGY MANAGEMENT YIELD ACCOUNTING HSE & CARBON MANAGEMENT TECHNICAL DOCUMENT MGMT & LIMS TRANSACTION PROCESSING SYSTEM BLEND PROPERT / RATIO CONTROLLER

16 © 2009 IBM Corporation16 SCHEDULE MAINTENANCE EXECUTE MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS MANAGE RESOURCES MONITOR EQUIPMENT /HUMAN Assets MEDIATION PROCESS REGISTRY SECURITY COMMS MEDIATION PROCESS REGISTRY SECURITY COMMS MEDIATION PROCESS REGISTRY SECURITY COMMS MEDIATION PROCESS REGISTRY SECURITY COMMS MEDIATION PROCESS REGISTRY SECURITY COMMS MEDIATION PROCESS REGISTRY SECURITY COMMS User Interface User interface User Interface User interface Data cannot be directly shared across applications Data is prone to redundancy and inconsistency. Complex applications & interfaces Improvement to todays operational architecture will not be sufficient to meet the challenges – a new approach is required PLAN TURNAROUND EQUIPMENT FAULT DETECTION Too Many Views Too Many Data Sources Maintenance Supervisor Mine Engineer Plant Supervisor Plant Operator Quality Engineer

17 © 2009 IBM Corporation17 SCHEDULE MAINTENANCE EXECUTE MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS MANAGE RESOURCES MONITOR EQUIPMENT /HUMAN Assets Simplified User Interface Consolidated data across business functions Reusable and flexible business services An improved operational application architecture is needed to provide visibility into real time monitoring and management of the entire supply chain PLAN TURNAROUND EQUIPMENT FAULT DETECTION Common Data Access Services Integrated User Interface Single View Mapped Data Maintenance Supervisor Mine Engineer Mine Supervisor Mine Operator Quality Engineer

18 © 2009 IBM Corporation18 Tag: P-101 Inter-Relationships and Inter-Dependencies between objects across line-of-business systems Des Op Press: 100psi What we need at the functional location Model: CP-C-4020 What can be obtained to fulfill the need Des Op Press: 150psi Manfr: Weir What are its capabilities Asset no: 24X89 What did we buy which is at the functional location Supplier: Simmons Who did we get it from Purchase Order: U9735 Maint Proc: MM101 BOM: 24X89/P101 What do we need to maintain it System: 20 – Separation Plant: Texas2 What is the plants configuration P&ID Drawing: C056-SA-P-XR Spec Document: C056-KIV-1-DS-2001 What documentation supports the licence and safety …and so on Source: Lifecycle Information Management & Information Integration - Ewan Botterill REAL Time Process DATA ENG Data Spare Part list Business Data

19 © 2009 IBM Corporation19 The Mining IIF can be broken down into distinct Architectural Components ERP, EAM, Maximo, Process Optimization & Analysis APPS Information Framework Event Management Message/Data Management Visualization Services Model & Naming Services Security Management Business Process Orchestration Web Services Engine KPI Management Bus Services OAGIS ISA 95 GID/GDA/GES Coarse Grain Model Aware OPC XML& OPC UA, SQL Adapters ISA 95/88 ISO DCSs – ABB, PLCs-AB, Data Historians Aspen, OSI PI Legacy Apps OPC SQL, WebService – Dispatch, etc Reference Semantic Model Repository Composite Business Services Maintenance Workflows Reporting Condition Monitoring Of Equipment Condition Monitoring Of Equipment Data Validation Web 2.0 Visual Maintenance Supervisor Mine Engineer Mine Supervisor Mine Operator Quality Engineer

20 © 2009 IBM Corporation20 IBM has developed a solution which can enable the future business vision while supporting a more flexible and reusable technology infrastructure Mining Operations New tools and approaches to achieve the vision Integrated Information Framework Partnership between Operations and IT

21 © 2009 IBM Corporation21 Thank you


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