IBM Pulse 2013 session 1861 presented by Projetech

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IBM Pulse 2013 session 1861 presented by Projetech

  1. 1. How Infigen Tracks AssetsBlowing in the WindRandy Barnes - Infigen EnergyJulie Shaw - Projetech1
  2. 2. Introductions  Randy Barnes Infigen Energy Director of Operations Randy.Barnes@infigen-us.com  Julie Shaw Projetech Project Manager jshaw@projetech.com2
  3. 3. Agenda  Projetech Background  Infigen Energy Background  Maximo at Infigen Energy Background  Projetech Role  Tracking Assets with Maximo v75  Operations Control Center – Service Requests  Questions3
  4. 4. Projetech  Privately held company established 1990  Maximo® Cloud Service provider (SaaS & Hosting)  Support more than 100 Maximo systems in our secure, private cloud.  Thousands of users covering the US and International  Maximo services and support provider  IBM Premier Business Partner  CMRP Certified Personnel4
  5. 5. Industries Served  Government  Manufacturing  Energy  Facilities  Life Sciences  Health Care  Telecom  Transportation/Fleet5
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  7. 7. Infigen Energy  Infigen Energy ("Infigen") is a leading independent renewable energy business with interests in 24 wind farms (1,646 MW installed capacity) across the United States and Australia.  Founded in June 2003 and listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in October 2005.  A leading US renewable energy business  Large operational wind energy business (1,089MW) with 18 operating projects in 9 states  Actively developing utility scale wind and solar projects  Headquartered in Dallas, Texas 150 US employees  >75% of capacity post warranty – most with in-house operations & maintenance  Australia’s leading specialist renewable energy business  Leading operational wind energy business (508MW)  Diversified, high quality wind energy development pipeline7
  8. 8. Operating Locations Allegheny Ridge 1 80MW (80MW) Cedar Creek 200MW (301MW) Combine Hills 21MW (41MW) Bear Creek 14MW (24MW) Buena Vista Jersey Atlantic 4MW (8MW) 38MW (38MW) Aragonne Mesa 90MW (90MW) Kumeyaay Blue Canyon 37MW (74MW) 50MW (50MW) Caprock 80MW (80MW) Sweetwater 1 19MW (38MW) GSG 80MW (80MW) Sweetwater 2 46MW (92MW) Mendota 52MW (52MW) Sweetwater 3 68MW (135MW) Crescent Ridge 41MW (55MW) Sweetwater 4 128MW (241MW) Sweetwater 5 43MW (81MW)8
  9. 9. Whole of Life Asset Management Development & OEM Warranty Post OEM Warranty Repower / De-commission Construction Plant Manager Generation Asset • Management of site safety – relentless pursuit of zero harm • Planned Maintenance • Management of the generation site, balance of plant, 3rd party service providers & shared facilities • Management of local asset stakeholders (land owners, neighbours, regulators) Asset Managers • Whole of life service level planning, management & improvement of asset performance Core Focus - • Performance management of assets / alignment of KPIs – optimise operations and minimize costs management of the • Provision of regional field services – legal, commercial and regulatory assets performance • Secure corporate support and/or, management of regional resources over the entire lifecycle Corporate Support Team • Centralized Operations Control Center – 24 x 7 management of operations • Security of supply & Supply Chain Management issues – regulators, suppliers, advisors • Commercial decision support (power marketing) and data analytics • Strategic stakeholder management – owners, manufacturers, industry • Asset administration (finance, tax, HR, IT, compliance) and reporting services9
  10. 10. Maximo at Infigen Background  Maximo v6 was implemented in 2007  Babcock & Brown  Bluarc  Implementation focused on purchasing and inventory  Wind turbine major components were not serialized  Challenging to track maintenance and moves both b etween turbines and between farms  Relied on vendor invoices to review maintenance and move histories.  Work orders rarely used  Maintenance costs not easily tracked  Operations Control Center did not use Maximo10
  11. 11. Projetech Role  Projetech provided services in 2011-12 to implement Maximo v75 with new business processes to attain superior tracking.  V75 installed as a new implementation rather than upgrading existing data11
  12. 12. Implementation Objective  Provide an improved asset work and move history  Capture lifetime repair costs  Standardize data  Reduce system complexity  Incorporate the existing OCC Master Log into Maximo12
  13. 13. V75 Implementation  Rotating Items / Assets  Work Orders  Inventory Enhancements  Purchasing - Services and Items  Invoicing  Service Requests13
  14. 14. Rotating Item  One Checkbox14
  15. 15. Rotating Items / Assets15
  16. 16. Rotating Item  Many Features  Item Assembly Structures  Standardizing Naming Conventions  Easier Searching  Asset, Location Templates  Master PMs16
  17. 17. Item Assembly Structure17
  18. 18. Rotating Asset .18
  19. 19. Apply Item Assembly Structure19
  20. 20. Apply Item Assembly Structure .20
  21. 21. Subassemblies & Spare Parts .21
  22. 22. Planning Work with Rotating Item .22
  23. 23. Issue Spare Component to Asset .23
  24. 24. Asset Subassemblies .24
  25. 25. Major Component Moved to Repair Location .25
  26. 26. Work to Repair Component .26
  27. 27. Approval of Service Invoices .27
  28. 28. Operations Control Center (OCC)  The OCC monitors and operates the entire US fleet of wind turbines, balance of plant systems and electrical interconnection facilities  Used an elaborate spreadsheet to track reported events and communications (call outs) to the Sites  With a shared Outlook mailbox maintaining history of call outs, which was not easily searched.28
  29. 29. The OCC and Maximo V75  Created the Infigen Event Ticket application to record and manage events across farms  Clone of Service Requests.  Communication Templates provide an easy method of distributing email messages with applicable data  Effortlessly communicate with those who need to know without searching through a group email account for message threads .29
  30. 30. Infigen Event Ticket30
  31. 31. Infigen Event Ticket – Related Records .31
  32. 32. Infigen Event Ticket – Work Log .32
  33. 33. Communication Templates33
  34. 34. Infigen Event Ticket – Communication Log .34
  35. 35. Questions?35

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