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In this presentation by Managing Partner Sarah Adam-Gedge we see that relative to other industries, the Natural Resource industry is falling behind in terms of productivity. Sarah goes on to outline …

In this presentation by Managing Partner Sarah Adam-Gedge we see that relative to other industries, the Natural Resource industry is falling behind in terms of productivity. Sarah goes on to outline some of the ways the industry can be more efficient, reduce operation costs and increase production.

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  • 1. Sarah Adam-GedgeManaging Partner, IBM Global Business Services,Australia & New Zealand Innovation in Resources © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 2. IBM’s Natural Resources CapabilitiesStrategic Alliances Natural Resources IBM Global R&D Labs Centers of Solution Centers Competence © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 3. Australia’s Productivity Growth By Industry – 2006 to 2011 5.2% Mining and Resources 0.6 % 11% Source: "A Snapshot of Australias Digital Future to 2050" Report. Commissioned by IBM.3 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 4. Innovation in Natural Resources Exploration Capital Projects End-to-end supply chain optimisation Integrated Operations © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 5. Integrated Operations Exploration Model of the future Remote and integrated operations Capital Projects Upcoming of multiple plants model Remotely operated plant designed from Leading edge scratch End-to-end supply model today Operated from chain optimisation central location with Typical model near-real time view today Remote plant operated from Traditional model central location Remote plant operated locally5 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 6. Integrated Operations •Increase production •Reduce operations cost Efficient Remote Operations across Operations anytime, •Increase energy efficiency Operations support disciplines and assets anywhere People & Organisation Field competence & holistic Better, faster & safer decisions understanding Discipline specific courses Transfer across assets Certificated individual Dynamic Planning & Remote support competence Scheduling tools Training in collaboration in Discipline specific & from vendors Remote Operations Centers integrated teams Multi-asset Support Virtual Collaboration Integrated 24x7 Centers Arenas Management operation Collaboration Wireless Condition Monitoring technology Concurrent Tools Portal Advanced Condition Work Processes Monitoring Active use of real-time data Maintenance 24x7 support of ICT systems Management on demand from the office involvement Infrastructure for Collaboration Shared use of vendors (Physical Environment) Production Optimization New Operations & Improved competence Maintenance Work Process utilization Technology Work Processes6 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 7. Learning From Other Industries7 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 8. Preparing for the Future + + Advanced analytics to Cultivate local experts for Expand scope of automate event detection; integrated operations to collaboration to include develop real-time encourage centralisation in suppliers, vendors and operations rules, forecast core operations centres outside experts & predict asset management8 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 9. BACK UP9 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 10. Impact by Revenue of IndustriesWeighted revenue of prospective industries, % of total Mining 12.1% Revenue $1.25 trillion Source: ‘A Snapshot of Australia’s Digital Future ‘Report IBISWorld 26/05/11 © 2012 IBM Corporation