Chevron Corporation

6001 Bollinger Canyon Road San Ramon, CA 94583 Main: 925-842-1000 Fax: 945-842-3530 Annual Revenues – $210.8 Billion Fiscal Year End – December Employees – 65,000 Ticker Symbol (NYSE) – CVX Industry – Petroleum Refining

Enterprise Applications o Ariba Buyer o BMC Remedy Action Request SOX compliance tracking o Datastream 7i computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) o EMC Documentum o IBM Lotus Notes o IBM Maximo o Microsoft Exchange 2003, Exchange Server o Microsoft Outlook o MPS Group Beeline Workforce Solutions HR tracking o Oracle E-Business Suite o Oracle Hyperion Financial Management o Oracle JD Edwards o Oracle PeopleSoft o o SAP ERP Central Component (ECC) 5.0, R/3 4.6, 4.7: Financial Accounting (FI), Materials Management (MM), Process Integration (PI) 7.0, Sales and Distribution (SD) o SAP IS-Oil Fuel Supply, Plant Maintenance (PM) o SchemaLogic Enterprise Suite (SES) o ZyQuest ZyTax Data Management & Business Intelligence o Honeycomb production metrics monitoring o Informatica o Ketera workflow engine catalog build process o Microsoft Access o Microsoft SQL Server 7.0, 2000, 2005 Enterprise and Compact Edition o Microsoft/Sybase Transact SQL (T-SQL) o MicroStrategy o Oracle Database 7i, 8i, 9i, 10g o RedPrairie’s BlueCube Enterprise store site management o SAP Business Objects Crystal Reports 10, 11 o SAP NetWeaver Business Information Warehouse (BW)
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SAP NetWeaver Business Intelligence (BI) SEEBURGER business integration software ShipNet Suite, Maritime WorkStation (MWS) Sun MySQL Sybase Starlims (lab information management system) TIBCO SpotFire Business Intelligence (BI) Visual Mining NetCharts Applets Weatherford LOWIS well management for oil and gas production Wonderware Mobile Workforce Management, Decision Support System Wonderware IntelaTrac asset management

Hardware/OS/Systems Environment o Brocade 3800, 2800 and 2900 switches o Citrix o Emulex Host Bus Adapter (HBA) o Fujitsu POS o HDS 9960, 9980 9570, 9200 SANs o HDS Adaptable Modular Storage AMS500 o HDS TagmaStore disk arrays o Honeywell TDC-3000 Workstation o HP Compaq servers o HP DC71, 77, 78 desktops o HP desktops and o HP Integrity rx4640 servers o HP OpenVMS, VAX/VMS o HP T-60,T-43 laptops o HP-UX o IBM eServer 326 o IBM Lenovo laptops o IBM LTO3 and LTO4 tape drives, tape libraries o Linux o Microsoft Active Directory 2003 o Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0, Mobile 2003 o Microsoft Windows NT, XP, Vista o Microsoft Windows Server 2000, 2003 Enterprise Edition o Motorola/Symbol PDAs o NetApp filers o NetApp R200 disk-based storage for enterprise applications o Red Hat Linux o RIM BlackBerry o Sun Fire X4200 Server o Sun Microsystems Lustre scalable storage cluster o Sun Solaris 10 o VMware ESX Server 3i Web Services & Application Development o Adobe Dreamweaver, Flash o AJAX o Apache Tomcat Web server o C++ programming language o CATT tools o COBOL
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Other Technologies, Applications & Business Initiatives o Adobe Acrobat Elements, Illustrator, Photoshop o C-bridge Internet Solutions o Chevron Enterprise Security Architecture Standards (ESAS Web site) o Chevron online ordering system: CLeO Direct o CSC outsourcing: Web sales tools, call center, salesforce development o Data centers in San Ramon, Calif., and Houston, Texas o Episys IT consulting o Fujitsu Transaction Solutions, POS, global alliance o Getronics remote management, it support outsourcing contract o GIL 1, GIL2: IT infrastructure development o GIL3: infrastructure toolset, ITIL o Global Information Link (GIL): worldwide employee desktop unification, standardization, connectivity on the corporate network o Harland Financial Solutions Credit Union Software o Harland ULTRADATA host processing system o HP Business Infrastructure and HP Mission Critical and Proactive services: ERP infrastructure implementation o Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) o INT Enterprise Seismic Viewer data viewing o Intelligent Terminal System (ITS) o IT Service Management (ITSM) o Microsoft Office Suite, NetMeeting, Project, Visio o MPS Group Beeline workforce solutions o NetReady, enterprise-wide IT standardization to individual operating units o Oracle strategic alliance o PricewaterhouseCoopers: Enterprise Security Architecture System (ESAS) development o Project Everest IT blueprint and investment roadmap o RealTech implementation: Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 o Schlumberger SmartBadge system integrator o Sequence and Solution Set Web site development o Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) o Symantec and Accenture Joint Initiative for Compliance Transformation Services o Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

Chevron Corp., incorporated in 1926, manages its investments in subsidiaries and affiliates, and provides administrative, financial, management and technology support to the United States and International subsidiaries that engage in fully integrated petroleum operations, chemicals operations, mining operations of coal and other minerals, power generation and energy services. Exploration and production (upstream) operations consist of exploring for, developing and producing crude oil and natural gas, and also marketing natural gas. Refining, marketing and transportation (downstream) operations relate to refining crude oil into finished petroleum products; marketing crude oil and the many products derived from petroleum, and transporting crude oil, natural gas and petroleum products by pipeline, marine vessel, motor equipment and rail car. Chemical operations include the manufacture and marketing of commodity petrochemicals, plastics for industrial uses,
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and fuel and lubricant oil additives. The upstream and downstream activities of the company are dispersed geographically, with operations in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and Australasia. Expl orati o n a nd P ro ducti o n During the year ended Dec. 31, 2007, Chevron conducted exploration and production operations in the United States and various other countries. Worldwide oil-equivalent production was approximately 2.597 million barrels per day in 2007. As of Dec. 31, 2007, the company owned or had under lease or similar agreements undeveloped and developed oil and gas properties located worldwide. The company sells crude oil and natural gas from its producing operations under a range of contractual arrangements. In the United States, the company is contractually committed to deliver to third parties and affiliates approximately 456 billion cubic feet of natural gas through 2010. Outside the United States, the company is contractually committed to deliver to third parties a total of approximately 631 billion cubic feet of natural gas from 2008 through 2009 from Argentina, Australia, Canada, Colombia, Denmark and the Philippines. The United States upstream activities are concentrated in in California, the Gulf of Mexico, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, the Rocky Mountains and Alaska. Average net oil-equivalent production during 2007 was 743,000 barrels per day, composed of 460,000 barrels of crude oil and natural gas liquids and 1.7 billion cubic feet of natural gas. During 2007, the company’s production outside California and the Gulf of Mexico averaged 308,000 net oil-equivalent barrels per day, composed of 104,000 barrels of crude oil, 1 billion cubic feet of natural gas and 33,000 barrels of natural gas liquids. Chevron Corp., also has exploration and production operations in Africa (Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Angola-Republic of the Congo Joint Development Area, Chad/Cameroon, Libya and Nigeria); Asia-Pacific (Australia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, China, Partitioned Neutral Zone (pans) and Philippines); Indonesia; other international areas (Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela, Canada, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Greenland, Netherlands, Norway and United Kingdom), and affiliate operations (Angola, Kazakhstan, Venezuela and Russia). Refi ni ng, Ma rketi ng a nd Tra nsp ortati o n In 2007, the company’s refining system consisted of 19 fuel refineries and an asphalt plant. The company operated nine of these facilities, and 11 were operated by affiliated companies. In 2008, the company sold its 4 percent ownership interest in an affiliate that owned a refinery in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire. Average crude oil distillation capacity utilization during 2007 was 86 percent. The crude unit at the Pascagoula Refinery was back in service in February 2008. Despite the outage at Pascagoula, the company was able to maintain uninterrupted product supplies to customers through the use of other feedstocks in its gasoline-producing facilities at the refinery. At the United States fuel refineries, crude oil distillation capacity utilization averaged 85 percent in 2007, and cracking and coking capacity utilization averaged 78 percent in 2007, respectively. Cracking and coking units, including fluid catalytic cracking units, are the primary facilities used in fuel refineries to convert heavier products into gasoline and other light products. The company’s fuel refineries in the United States, Europe, Canada, South Africa and Australia produce low-sulfur fuels. In 2007, Singapore Refining Company, the company’s 50 percent-owned affiliate, began an upgrade project at its 290,000-barrel-per-day refinery in Singapore. In 2007, the company completed modifications at its refineries in El Segundo, California, to enable the processing of heavier crude oils into gasoline, diesel and other light products, and in the United. In October 2007, the company approved plans to construct a $500 million Continuous Catalyst Regeneration unit at the Pascagoula, Miss., refinery.

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The company operates gas-fired cogeneration facilities that use waste heat recovery to produce additional electricity or to support industrial thermal hosts. Saudi Arabia. molybdenum. China. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC.M.334 megawatts of electricity at 11 facilities it owns through joint ventures. Qatar. C hemical s Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LLC (CPChem) is equally owned with ConocoPhillips Corporation. m 6 . another Chevron mining subsidiary. India. Wyo. changed its name to Chevron Mining Inc. Chevron owns a 5 percent interest in Reliance Petroleum Limited..1 megawatt solar system at California’s Fresno State University. During 2007. GPG manages the production of more than 2. Othe r B usi ne sse s Chevron’s mining companies in the United States produce and market coal. GS Caltex. a company formed by Reliance Industries Limited to own and operate a new export refinery being constructed in Jamnagar. In addition. the company’s 50 percent-owned affiliate. Chevron’s global power generation (GPG) business is engaged in developing and operating commercial power projects and owns 15 power assets located in the United States and Asia. South Korea and the United States. construction continued on the Q-Chem II project in 2007. CPChem owned or had joint venture interests in 30 manufacturing facilities and six research and technical centers in Belgium.In 2007.000-barrel-per-day Yeosu refining complex in South Korea. We’ve talked about our exploration success for many 2009 Sal esQu est® . Puerto Rico. In 2007. (CMI) and merged with Molycorp Inc. In 2007. A number of the facilities produce steam for use in upstream operations to facilitate production of heavy oil. N.. Chairman and CEO – Jan. Ala. Sales occur in both United States and international markets. In our upstream business. Singapore. Imported crude oil accounted for about 87 percent of Chevron’s United States refinery inputs in 2007.. to form a single Chevron mining entity. and Kemmerer. CPChem completed construction on the integrated. the company’s coal mining and marketing subsidiary. www. The company owns and operates two surface coalmines in McKinley. Major projects completed by CES in 2007. Chevron processes imported and domestic crude oil in its United States refining operations. We also started the first phrase of the North Duri steam flood in Indonesia and achieved first production at five partner-operated projects. (P&M). CPChem secured final approval for a third petrochemical project in Al Jubail. Also during 2007. The Pittsburg & Midway Coal Mining Co. The company has geothermal operations in Indonesia and the Philippines.SalesQ uest. rare earth minerals and calcined petroleum coke. Chevron Energy Solutions (CES) is a wholly owned subsidiary that has energy-saving projects installed in more than a thousand buildings nationwide. EARNINGS CALL TRANSCRIPT Dave O’Reilly. adding significantly to our long-term production.5 billion upgrade project at the 680. The styrene facility is located adjacent to CPChem and SIIG’s existing aromatics complex in Al Jubail. completed commissioning of new facilities associated with a $1. we committed starting to on three major Chevron operated projects. Saudi Arabia. 2009. world-scale styrene facility in Al Jubail. The Tengiz expansion like Agbami and Blind Faith are all online and performing well. and one underground coal mine in North River. include energy efficiency and renewable power installations for the state of Colorado government facilities and a 1.

we created a number of strategic alliances with universities to conduct advanced research into new energy sources and processes. Scotland. And we’re continuing to rationalize our portfolio to focus on our strongest markets and those with the most potential for long-term value creation. Australia. We did so while funding our robust capital program and maintain the balance sheet with more cash than debt at the end of the year. continuing our disciplined growth. In the downstream business. www. In our upstream business we’re on track to start up three more Chevron operated projects further demonstrating our organic growth potential. Across the enterprise we’re focused on managing our costs in the same world-class process as we used to manage costs when they are rising are now critical to realizing maximum savings on materials and services in a softening market. Aberdeen. to expand our research and development capability. To that end. In m 7 . http://seekingalpha. we rewarded our shareholders with another double-digit increase in our dividends and repurchased $8 billion of our shares. the company has established the following strategies: Their technology strategies are centered on delivering superior performance in their core businesses and establishing leading positions in emerging and transformational technologies. Finally. and Perth. Turning to slide 16. we’re maintaining our focus on refinery utilization to capture the most margin that the market will permit. We told the investment community that our reserve replacement ratio would improve and on a preliminary basis. they opened two new Global Technology Centers in.years in a row and 2008 was another banner year for exploration. 2009 Sal esQu est® . Rewarding our share holders. Our downstream portfolio rationalization has continued in 2008 as we exited a number of nonstrategic markets. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. 2008 represented a 6. we estimate that we replaced 146 percent of our production in STRATEGY Chevron’s primary objective is to create value and achieve sustained financial returns from its operations that will enable it to outperform its competitors. We delivered on that pledge in 2008 and we had our best fuelization rates on record. let’s just look at 2009 briefly. and maintaining our financial strength are all objectives we have been pursuing and will continue to pursue in 2009. our attention to every element of our cost structure will ensure us success during this economic slowdown. which we’ll discuss further at the March Security Analysts Meeting. So we enter these challenging times with the financial strength and flexibility to succeed in the years ahead.SalesQ uest.5 percent improvement in refinery utilization over the base year of 2005. Combined with capital discipline. We are also focused on the work needed to continue to advance in our strategically important projects in core areas such as Australia and the deep water Gulf of Mexico. Now our downstream business we placed to improve refinery reliability. As a foundation for achieving this objective.

3 billion for the company’s share of affiliates’ expenditures. downstream and emerging energy businesses. and most organizations 2009 Sal esQu est® . Enabling strategies companywide: • Invest in people to achieve the company’s strategies. ETC is creating a robust pathway inside their company to improve efficiency. Gulf of Mexico and western Africa and major development projects in Angola.S.7 billion in the corresponding periods. from deepwater oil fields to the development of next-generation energy sources. technology and other corporate businesses in 2008 are budgeted at $1. This integration is uncommon in the industry and delivers a competitive advantage by providing full research and development capabilities to Chevron’s upstream. the Piceance Basin in Colorado and an oil sands project in m 8 . Strategies for major businesses: • Upstream: Grow profitability in core areas. including $2. increase productivity. including the company’s share of affiliates’ expenditures of $1. • Downstream: Improve base-business returns and selectively grow. with an objective of capturing profitable positions in important renewable sources of energy. which did not require cash outlays by the company. with a focus on integrated value creation. expenditures were $16. build new legacy positions and commercialize the company’s natural gas equity resource base while growing a high-impact global gas business. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC..1 billion. the deepwater U. The 2005 amount excludes $17. Indonesia. • Leverage technology to deliver superior performance and growth. Nigeria. which is just shy of $23 billion. Australia. www. Gulf of Mexico. cost reduction.9 billion and $1.Chevron’s Energy Technology Company (ETC) integrates the development and deployment of technology across the enterprise. “One of the key aspects of any identity management system is who maintains the data in that system. Kazakhstan. Chevron confirmed that their capital expenditures for 2008 are still at the budgeted amount. Brazil.3 billion. global information protection architect for Chevron Corp. • Build organizational capability to deliver world-class performance in operational excellence. EXPENDITURES Total reported expenditures for 2007 were $20 billion. The company also continues to invest in renewable-energy technologies. who adds that identity management will be a priority for Chevron in the coming year. Spending in 2008 is primarily targeted for exploratory prospects in the deepwater U. IT DEVELOPMENTS Identity Ma nage ment “I think the play that [Oracle] is making is on the PeopleSoft side of their business.” says Jay White. capital stewardship and profitable growth. In 2006 and 2005.S. respectively.3 billion for the acquisition of Unocal Corporation. Investments in chemicals.6 billion and $11. Thailand.SalesQ uest. lower costs and encourage innovation.

and improved safety and environmental compliance. (Case study dated 2008. a Remedy ticket number.html MP S G ro up Beeli ne W or kf orce S ol utio ns In September 2008 Beeline. including several Fortune 100 companies. general manager of Procurement Technologies. global category lead. Chevron developed several custom solutions to meet its SOX requirements and satisfy its auditors. if vendors integrate identity management into their core In the long run. the team wanted to add the ability to track or trace any changes to the database. With allowing Chevron to maintain its compliance. Chevron estimates that these process improvements will save the company U. BM C Reme dy Chevron is equally committed to Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance. In addition to Beeline. then global refining IT adviser. Mo bile 2 0 03. complexity of product. As a result. S Q L S erve r 2 0 05 Co mpact Ed itio n.peoplesoft-planet. there are 14 other strategic suppliers in the program. 0. Chevron has found significant savings in standardizing refinery process steps using mobile workflow software and rugged PDAs to deliver decision support to field workers. Chevron has also found that IntelaTrac helps capture process knowledge before workers retire and speed new-worker assimilation through mobile learning.” said Mike 080903006330&newsLang=en Ari ba B uyer. received the Supplier of the Year award from Chevron Information Technology Company.) http://www.S. Mi cr os oft .pdf Micr os oft Wi nd ows M obile. M icr os oft SQ L Se rve r 20 0 5 E nterp rise Editi o n. www. But when the Chevron Procurement organization closely examined its approach. The 2009 Sal esQu est® . NET Frame wo rk 2. reduced maintenance costs. With aggregated rankings.SalesQ uest. And while Chevron considered the Inspector functionality of Ariba Buyer to be an extremely powerful and valuable tool for troubleshooting and research.ariba. Mark Rose.” (Press release dated February 2009. One of the first applications that the Procurement team implemented was a way to put user-based security around Inspector so that every time someone made a change within Inspector.$3 million to $5 million annually. “We wanted to electronically link our field workers with the rest of the organization so we could make their decisions and actions more consistent and efficient.) http://www. Chevron’s criteria for the Supplier of the Year award included quality of product delivered. I don’t have to do that. user information and the details of the change are written to a database. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. M icros oft Windo ws Serve r 2 00 3 E nterpri se Editio n. and relationship management. Chevron implemented the solution using Wonderware’s Mobile Workforce Management and Decision Support System. the workforce solutions business unit of MPS Group. The report also highlights the changes that need further investigation. Intela Trac m 9 . value delivered. 0 a nd Co mpact Fra mew ork 2. Chevron. it discovered that it was coming up short in some areas. All suppliers considered for the award are part of Chevron’s Advanced Supplier Relationship program.” said Linda Fusinati. Mot orola/ S ymb ol PDA s. “Beeline has been an excellent service provider for Chevron for the past five years and works hard at earning our business every day. powered by Windows Mobile software. With this enhanced functionality. Mic ros oft Windo ws M obile 5. Beeline achieved the highest overall score among all other suppliers that were competing for this honor. Chevron is now able to track which fields and values changed through a report against this database. IntelaTrac. Chevron. W o nde rwa re Mob ile Workf orce Ma na geme nt and Decisi on S up po rt S yste m. http://www. Chevron has increased refinery operating reliability. and team have used Ariba Buyer since 1998. Inc.have looked back to the HR group to do that. 0 According to this September 2008 case study.

hazardouscertified Motorola/Symbol PDAs.ppt SA P E RP In November 2008 Steve Ellenburg. Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition. Manager. but future enhancements and functionality will make this solution complete as soon as they become available. Microsoft .00.1000000651. Mobile 2003.260555418p. Chevron is a global company with an expansive IT department to handle its worldwide operations. Ariba B uye r According to this December 2008 presentation.0 and Compact Framework 2. Contracts and http://www.0. SQL Server 2005 Compact http://www. User Experience Program Manager of Chevron ITC/Enterprise Business Solutions.itp. Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition. presented the role SAP ERP plays in Chevron’s IT ecosystem is a model other companies seek to follow.NET Framework 2. HQ.iaccm. CUA.) http://www-eproc.solution includes Windows Mobile 5.htm The C he vro n Wa y An April 2008 IACCM presentation on how codes and principles translate to metrics and management of risk from Alan Schenk.0 and ruggedized. www. Houston.” (Click on link to download entire presentation pdf. Ariba Buyer for buyer visibility and SAP for purchase order workflow management.SalesQ uest. Supply Chain Management. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC.usc. Chevron Global Upstream & Gas (CGUG).co m 10 .zdnet. (Registration required to download full case study. Ketera Wo rkfl ow Engi ne. According to presenter’s Supplier Engagement SAP http://whitepapers. “The entire solution is not here yet.pdf SA P. Chevron’s eProcurement solution combines Ketera’s workflow engine to streamline the catalog build 2009 Sal esQu est® .

” said Paul Huttenhoff. the real business benefit for Chevron is risk reduction. In the first 60 days one of our groups remediated 11. where the effort of remediating and cleaning up compliance issues actually dissolves into the fabric of day-to-day activity. rather than having a whole separate set of activities to create that type of compliance reporting. Conveying Chevron’s long-standing investment in environmental and community issues worldwide. To take their system to the next level. But the real benefit is that it allows the business to focus on producing energy.html 2009 Sal esQu est® .) http://www. and Acrobat. “We’ve already made immediate improvements in risk.SalesQ” The suite includes Altiris Asset Management Solutions. Illust rato r. Illustrator. Altiris License Compliance Suite. not on compliance. Flash. “We believe that through this compliance “The end result is that it takes compliance burdens off the radar and pushes them down into the day-to-day operations. Fla sh. Photoshop. Acr obat Designed to educate people about the various ways Chevron discovers and delivers energy. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. in this undated report. Symantec Control Compliance Suite. Symantec Enterprise Vault. Symantec Database Security. (Case study dated April 2007. www. While the resource savings are m 11 . participate in global issues. Altiris Services. multi-million-dollar compliance automation project using Symantec Control Compliance Suite to gain a continuous view of the company’s compliance state.000 individual compliance items just by having this added visibility. Photo s ho p.” Huttenhoff and his colleagues are engaged in a multi-year. “We recognize that automating the technical controls is only part of the overall compliance story. Sequence LLC and Solution Set created this site using Dreamweaver. We expect it will ultimately scale up to close to 10. Symantec Security Information Manager.Seq ue nce a nd So luti o n Set We b Site De vel op ment. Huttenhoff says.” Although Chevron is still deploying the system. manager of implementation for Chevron’s Global Information Risk Management Organization. one of its larger IT groups estimates it is already saving approximately one hour per server per month across its nearly 900 servers.” Chevron is planning to extend the system with additional Symantec technology to automate the collection and monitoring and management of procedural S yma nt ec/Acce nt ure Joi nt Initiati ve f or Co mplia nce T ransf or matio n Servic es “We’re aiming for a continuous compliance process. we’ll have the foundation of data we need to produce audit data whenever it’s required. Symantec Network Access Control.” said Huttenhoff. Chevron will round out its automation of technical controls through automated collection of information surrounding the procedural activities that are part of the compliance process. Ad obe Dre amwea ve r.) http://www. this site highlights more than just products and services.000 servers. Symantec/Accenture Joint Initiative for Compliance Transformation Services. “We’re improving our risk position by creating greater visibility and enabling better and more accurate reporting. For example. the results have already been impressive.” says Huttenhoff. “The key to such a solution is automated measurements and visibility.cfm?event=finder&industryid=102606&loc=en_ us Syma ntec C ont rol C omplia nce S uite. “The compliance architecture of the technology solution is sound. this site aims to tell the whole story about what the company is doing to harvest various energy sources. and operate many lines of business in 180 countries around the world.adobe.” said Huttenhoff. (Case study dated October 2007. Symantec IT Compliance Services.

Chevron began an information overhaul known as its “Global Information Link” (GIL).co m 12 .vmware. Project E vere st. technical strength and the ability 2009 Sal esQu est® .html RedP rai rie Bl ue C ube Ente rp ri se In May 2007 Chevron chose RedPrairie’s BlueCube Enterprise for their North American company-owned. SchemaLogic Enterprise Suite (SES) for SharePoint 2007 is taking GIL to the next level. with SES playing a key role to make it happen. www. which evolved into a system that unifies desktop platforms across the company and provides connectivity to all employees on the corporate network. creating the infrastructure for an entirely new corporate information system called GIL3. uniting the information in such a precise way that accuracy was also ensured. Corporate knowledge can adjust with the industry and stay relevant. anywhere. S hare P oi nt A new global ICT infrastructure.S. http://www.” (Press release dated September 2007. “Virtualization as part of the hardware is the wave of the future. was growing exponentially. the company faced a bit of chaos and a productivity hurdle that begged for more muscle. company-operated stores and franchise sites. Chevron will implement the RedPrairie solution for a consistent way to measure and operate their company-owned sites and ExtraMile franchise sites. former corporate CIO and president of Chevron’s IT department. shared electronically. and my expectation is that in a few years everything will be virtualized.800 company locations and was expected to save the company US$50 million annually by eliminating duplicate processes and systems. Yet. integrate it with the existing SharePoint system. solutions architect of Server Design at Chevron.When completed. And. and synchronize the entire process across the globe.aspx?articleid=3005&zoneid=5 Micr os oft S ha re Po int 20 0 7.logisticsit. the most widely deployed virtualization software suite for optimizing and managing industry-standard IT environments.) http://www. Chevron will have deployed one of the largest implementations of SharePoint in the ES X Se r ver 3i VMware ESX Server 3i is the new architectural foundation for VMware Infrastructure 3.” said Gary Masada.” said Kevin Hickman. “The small size and highly reliable design of VMware ESX Server 3i make it a natural fit for hardware integration. using names and tags within each SharePoint site. the ICT organization that Masada took over had earned a reputation for Glob al Info rmati on Link 2 /N et Read y.” Indeed. Mic ro s oft Vi sta.000 desktops and 1. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. “The object was to allow our workforce to do their work any time. S che ma Lo gic E nterpri se S uite Chevron and its subsidiaries use Microsoft SharePoint 2007 to share and exchange information. connected 50. (Case study not dated. “That had finished up quite successfully and linked up the whole corporation.-based energy company and plans to implement RedPrairie solutions at convenience stores in the United States and Canada.SalesQ uest. Chevron is the second-largest U. A spokeswoman in November 2006 said the project returned a net present value of about US$200 million over the past four years [2002 to 2006]. The total package allows digital information assets to be described consistently. For GIL3. As a Chevron enlisted SchemaLogic to manage and facilitate collaboration for its corporate File Plan. no matter where they are in the world. it was still a challenge for offices in one part of the world to use materials created by an office in another part of the world. Chevron chose to combine its current document sharing system with a software solution that puts all the pieces together. called Global Information Link 2/Net Ready. the amount of information.) http://schemalogic.

Between its two datacenters in San Ramon. it chose the Adaptable Modular Storage Model AMS500 for this deployment. Non-Everest projects are the thousands of smaller initiatives that may be important to one office or business unit but are not strategically important to the company as a whole. GIL 3 will use new technology to tag information so it can be more easily found and shared. Masada says. In m 13 . http://computerworld. which Microsoft says is intended to connect people. just 20 percent of the global downstream ICT projects are on the Everest roadmap. extensive exploration for oil in deep water has resulted in an explosion of new data. including savings that are often in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Not all projects fall under the Everest umbrella. high 2009 Sal esQu est® . Texas. although they account for 90 percent of all project spending. processes and systems. partners and customers. the Technical Computing team put it into production in March 2006.” GIL 2 built-out the network and standard server execute huge projects. In 2005. keeping costs manageable was a primary concern. In the last few years. which looked at providing the IT blueprint and the investment roadmap for investments going out five years.SalesQ “I was asked to bring more of a business focus and a stronger alignment with the business. and it had proved it could deliver ICT services to the company reliably and efficiently. and nor should they. the Technical Computing team found that it continually needed to add processors and machines so it could handle more modeling and image application jobs concurrently. Chevron has been deploying HDS modular storage across its computing enterprise. and Houston. will facilitate collaboration among employees. GIL 3 will employ Microsoft’s Vista operating system and its SharePoint product suite for communication and collaboration. But top management wanted more. GIL 3 will give them the tools to do so. www. The AMS family is state-of-the-art storage that offers high performance. the Technical Computing team decided to evaluate alternative file systems. and that they get special management attention. With the need for additional hardware. it’s a strategic framework for the company’s biggest and most important ICT projects. GIL 3 will focus on information management. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. That includes the adoption of ITIL standards for the management of ICT operations. It’s intended to ensure that the projects that bring the biggest benefit to the company as a whole get the right funding at the right time. Masada said. providing connectivity to operations all over the world. he said. With it. “What Everest does is make sure that the IT investments go towards projects that earn the company the most money. Everest itself is expected to contribute US$150 million a year in savings and productivity increases. It will also create new governance policies and strengthen auditing procedures to ensure that new ICT standards are adhered Recent advances in technology make it possible for Chevron to collect as much as eight times more data than it did in the past. the team manages large networks that have networkattached storage (NAS) and rely on Network File System (NFS) to access files. “So I instituted Project Everest.” Masada said. employees will be able to create and manage their own Web sites and make them available anywhere at Chevron. For example. To keep pace with this rapid growth. Each of the projects under Everest has its own performance targets.nsf/mgmt/CFDC74FCA1FA93AECC25721B000B8256 S un Lustre. Since 2000.” Everest is not an ICT project in the conventional sense. Lustre was chosen for prestack depth imaging because it was the only parallel file system that met all of CETC’s expectations for scalability and performance. If GIL 1 and GIL 2 gave users the infrastructure they needed to work with one another. In addition. including Sun Microsystems’s Lustre. SharePoint.. HD S AM S 50 0 The Technical Computing team at Chevron Energy Technology Company (CETC) handles data processing for half a dozen or more Chevron business units. Calif. After testing and piloting the file system. Masada said.

data centers. Net Ap p R 20 0. RSA Security is providing us with a more cost-effective method for deploying stronger authentication within these devices to our highly mobile enterprise. This demonstrates RSA Security’s commitment to helping customers control costs. ITC provides IT services for the shared infrastructure for the corporation.” said Edmund Yee.aspx?id=6508 Micr os oft Wi nd ow s. S un So lari s Se r ver s. Hitachi and EMC. 9980 and 9570. Each data center has its own metropolitan area network (MAN). HD S 9 9 60. E MC L e gato D isk Exte nde r. and managing the convergence of identities by enabling consolidated devices to support a range of capabilities. E xc ha nge.) http://www. file storage. This 2009 Sal esQu est® . storage technologist for ITC in May 2006. Its user base is 50.rsa. Thus when a user accesses an inactive file to look at the contents. De skto ps. images and nearline archiving. Blackberry). The data mover employed to shift inactive data from Tier 2 to Tier 3 is Legato Disk Extender 2000.) http://www. NetW orker. scalability. IBM Lenovo Lapto ps.sun.S. 2 80 0 and 2 90 0. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC.HDS TagmaStore to host the databases. and virtually zero management and maintenance time. Tier 2 . the tiers at Chevron. etc. The moved data will not be retrieved from secondary storage unless changed. (Undated case study. data warehouses and for online transactions processing (OLTP). our customers . Texas. ITC is responsible for around 4. and Tier 4 . IT strategic research manager at Chevron. DAS and NAS residing within them from a range of vendors such as NetApp. Bro cade 3 80 0.SalesQ uest. www. ZA N TA Z Chevron has two U. Windows. which includes the desktop. Tier 3 . O racle R MA N. network. and the other 1. Calif.the various business units within the company .HDS 9200/9570 and some NAS for active data such as file servers.000-plus Chevron employees in 186 countries. “By embedding RSA SecurID technology within tools such as mobile devices.000 Compaq. ensure flexibility and provide convenience to our workforce. RIM Blac kBerry. “Instead. PDA’s.” (Press release dated February 2006. one in Houston. IT is looked after by a Chevron unit known as Information Technology Company (ITC). For now.ATA disk and tape for static data such as reports.000 HP desktops and IBM laptops all running on a Cisco-based network. as laid out by Jurgens. trusted computing modules and smart cards. NetApp R200 is being used in Tier 3 for nearline storage. Of fice.offline tape for inactive data required for legal retention. UNIX. These data centers are the centralized service hubs for the business units located in their respective areas. seismic files. and Emulex HBA To implement tiers of service for its user community. it is read from the lower cost storage device instead of being recalled to primary storage. and Linux. “In Chevron.g. snapshot. IT is not allowed to drive the business. 9 2 00 S A Ns. Excel spreadsheets and e-mail. Ta gma Sto re. productivity tools (e.availability.” In terms of storage. Em ule x HB A. each data center has a mix of SAN. HDS 9960. are as follows: Tier 1 . 50.” said Tony Jurgens. and Sun Solaris servers worldwide running mainly UNIX. 9 98 0 95 70 . “As a global company moving to standardize on stronger two factor authentication.give us their objectives and we have to translate our IT actions into the realization of these business requirements. Brocade 3800. 2800 and m 14 . Cis co Netw ork . The main SAN elements are. H P Com paq Serve rs.600 miles away in San Ramon. increase end-user convenience and leverage greater deployment flexibility. in order to integrate into the existing backup services. application hosting. Li nux.xml?c=chevron.xml EMC R S A Sec urID RSA Security’s initiatives present enterprises with the opportunity to reduce costs by leveraging existing devices for authentication. OV SAM . Chevron must manage costs. ITC investigated newer technologies such as disk-to-disk.

and asset reporting. Analysts are reviewing the potential impact of server virtualization and how this will integrate with the overall storage infrastructure.” said Edmund Yee. The focus of the Oracle RMAN to disk backup project is to have the RMAN tool back up the databases to disk. the company is using Zantas to archive Exchange documents to lower-cost http://www. Once this is on is harnessed for a wide variety of applications. initially for email. Exchange Email documents. ITC is upgrading to OVSAM 3. an emerging technology team leader in Chevron’s Information Technology Company. ITC needs approximately 5-6 TB between Houston and San Ramon.000 network passwords. Chevron has opted for HP OpenView Storage Area Management (OVSAM). This project is still in the proto-type phase and is still evaluating various software components in terms of storage management software.2 to address issues with previous versions per a recommendation from HP. In January 2006. mainly because we decided not to go with a big-bang approach. desktop logon and single sign-on to nearly 3. electronic vaulting. users in 200 countries and in 1. the project’s systems integrator.again this addressed the cost of the storage. disk-to-disk backups.800 offices worldwide will have no other means to log on to the network and gain access to resources other than their Chevron SmartBadge. which was based on 5-year old technology. The company is leveraging its ability to provide capacity planning reports.SalesQ uest.enterprisenetworksandservers. Legato NetWorker backs up these files as normal flat files with no concern to database intervention. First and for most. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. Chevron is looking at how it can leverage this technology. ITC plans to continue the upgrade of its storage environment by implementing disk-to-disk backup. This allows ITC to provide more accurate budget forecasting. ITC is also reviewing the potential of putting its Oracle databases on Tier 2 NAS versus Tier 1/2 SAN. Application Hosting Disaster Recovery for mission critical apps. The Snap Mirror software that comes with the NetApp copies the data to the reciprocating data center. Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN) to make disk backups of the Oracle database. it addresses Chevron’s growing volume of unstructured data that hasn’t been accessed in over a year.networkworld. Based on discussions with m 15 . In password resets Chevron was performing each month. This project stored email documents on the R200. a plastic card with three chips that support building and network access. S chlumbe rge r System Inte g rato r In 2006 Chevron eliminated the last of 50. (Case study dated May 2006. This project uses the NetApp R200 as the storage device for mission critical backups. The organization needs to first understand the impact of integration of new technologies such as snapshot technology. Oracle RMAN offers the ability to back up the database to any media. This involves backing up databases to disk and then snap mirroring to a reciprocating data center (between Houston and San Ramon and vice versa). http://www. hierarchical storage management may be built into the Oracle product set in the next year or so. “This project has been going on for a long time. Yee and Schlumberger.html 2009 Sal esQu est® . Jurgens explains the vital necessity of this move. www. Another result has been a 70 percent reduction in the nearly 4. finalizing a transition to a smart card-based system designed to dramatically increase security and privacy while cutting costs. SmartBadge lets Chevron transform critical corporate decisions that were once just paper trails into digital records. have no doubt they took the right approach. Currently.php?2161 Sma rtBad ge. Another important project on the immediate horizon is aimed at Windows App Servers using centralized storage. whether it is tape or disk. trending analysis. which included a yearlong effort to define governance and policy standards. ITC is reviewing the current backup infrastructure design.000 applications.

Chevron issued 75. Li nux In December 2005 Chevron Corporation selected an IBM cluster built with AMD Opteron processor-based IBM eServer 326 servers to power its extremely compute intensive depth imaging technology. Chevron’s cluster runs Linux and provides compatibility for both 32-bit and 64-bit applications. Benefits of the SmartBadge include two-factor authentication. Chevron relies on sub-surface pictures of its land to choose where to drill and minimize the associated risks. It loads the data into analytical tools and provides a single point of access in a user-friendly Web environment. the badge and the PI. standardized and integrated a single global physical access system. reinforcing IBM’s commitment to offer customers the greatest amount of choice when selecting the technology they need to power their business. accurate data is delivered to the appropriate specialists to support better decisions leading to improved Seer searches applications. enabling the company to make quicker. NE T Frame wo rk. quick turnaround to provision/de-provision IDs. not IT. Working with IBM. JDE (Oracle) Business processes relying on identity SAP. IBM was the first tier one OEM to introduce AMD Opteron support with their server and workstation line. Chevron’s SmartCard deployment needed strong identity requirement including single workflow process. improving processing time and productivity while lowering operating costs.wss Micr os oft S QL Se rver 20 0 5. Sei smic De s ktop Chevron has four major data centers that are predominately a Microsoft Infrastructure that includes Active Directory. Li nux Cl uste r Serve rs. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. highly secure 2-factor authentication for network access (no passwords). Oracle JDE. The IBM e326 is a high-performance 1U server that was expanded to include support for Dual-Core AMD Opteron processors.pdf IBM eSe rve r 32 6. including safety and overall corporate responsibility. AMD O pert on P roc es so r. It aimed to enable transformational change across Chevron Upstream Europe (CUE). Chevron is able to turn data around faster. Microsoft Servers. By running its depth imaging technology on more than 700 nodes of dual AMD Opteron processor-based IBM cluster. The challenge the oil industry faces is to service this growth in demand by increasing productivity in both upstream and downstream activities without losing sight of wider goals. 0 The International Energy Agency projects that global oil demand will increase by approximately 46 percent in the next 20 years. allowing Chevron to continue running some 32-bit applications while taking advantage of 64-bit computing.) Smart cards for physical access. V is ual St udi o 2 0 05. databases. Web S ervice E nha nceme nts 3. S A P. Desktop access is provided through Windows and Linux SignOn. In 2003. (Presentation dated 2005. www.Sma rtBad ge C or po rate Ide ntity Card. Se rve r 2 0 03. In 2006 the company chose the SmartBadge Corporate Identity Card providing physical and IT security. Chevron started Project Seer. Standard Windows XP Desktop/Notebook. Oil exploration and drilling are expensive undertakings. By choosing an IBM e326-based cluster powered by AMD Opteron processors. http://www-03. and other data sources. To help achieve those goals.pimaWeb. Wi nd ows Se rver 2 00 m 16 . Chevron created a platform that allows it to achieve its goals while operating more efficiently.SalesQ uest. M icro s oft Wi nd ows. . exposing the appropriate data to the correct people. Linux Cluster servers. Technology used includes Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Microsoft 2009 Sal esQu est® . Major enterprise applications include SAP. Easy to use. embedded brute force protection and a highly secure and user-friendly self-service. integrated a Multi-tier Microsoft 2003 PKI and integrated a feature-rich Card Management System (CMS). Chevron has been able to process data up to seven times faster. Chevron’s top priority is growing its business and serving partners. Wi ndow s Sha re Po int Service s. This ensures and both time and accuracy are critical. Linux for technical desktop. more accurate choices before drilling. Oracle and Seismic (INT Enterprise).

SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) is a new application that provides a data integration platform making it easier for the nondeveloper to support creation of custom tasks and data transformations. This.0. In this September 2005 m 17 . The level locking of version 7. The new system has virtually eliminated Deployment took approximately three weeks and the system went live with 300 named users and a 45-gigabyte database. (Case study dated March 2002. Helping with the installation was RealTech of Seattle. with production occurring on the second weekend. and how it helped Chevron.mspx SA P E nte rp rise Pe rf orma nce Manageme nt In February 2008 SAP reported Chevron purchased SAP solutions for enterprise performance management with the intention to replace Hyperion solutions from Oracle. .0. the update process of the database can become backlogged. Chevron describes the importance of Microsoft . and the company is beginning to realize a very attractive return on its investment. The energy company has selected Microsoft as one of its Inner Circle companies for the i-field program. and the establishment of a centre for Web applications development.0. If many changes are made to the system. the firm performed the installation of Microsoft SQL Server 7. designed to transform the way Chevron operates upstream assets.0 platform. which standardized employee desktops worldwide. During the deployment of Microsoft SQL Server (Ca nada ) By standardizing on the SQL Server 7. the IT team experienced no major hitches.mspx/ch04. Chevron Canada Limited has been able to increase the speed and reliability of its transaction processing. and enabling more than 150 significant Web and ebusiness initiatives that are underway to improve operations or reduce costs.0 eliminated that problem and gave Chevron the performance it was looking for in a database solution. Microsoft . The case document (dated 2006) describes the Seer Project.html RealTec h Imp leme ntatio n: Mi cros oft SQ L Serve r 7. supporting new data demands. a relatively short amount of time considering the amount of data involved. NET Chevron works closely with Microsoft on technology to support upstream operations.SalesQ uest. http://www. Production was a more complex process involving http://www. a consultancy firm with expertise in SAP migration. This drive towards technology standardisation has enabled different units of the business to lower their costs and improve processes by maximising the advantages offered by IT. information. which involves further upgrades to employee hardware and software.NET Framework. transformation and loading. In 2002.0 over two 48-hour weekends. and processes more effectively than ever before and saved the company tens of millions in operating costs every year. Recent IT strategies include Global Information Link (GIL). in turn. Particularly vital from the company’s point of view was the level locking feature of Microsoft SQL Server 7. removal and post processing of the old data.) http://www. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. GIL connected people. Microsoft’s SQL Server 2005 is used for data extraction. Chevron has implemented NetReady. to provide next-generation networks for its growing global businesses. degrades the performance of the Development and other work were performed on the first weekend. More recently.Windows Server 2003 Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services.asp?c=p_mgt_app Micr os oft . Other enhancements include GIL 2.NET technology in upstream operations and the 2009 Sal esQu est® . improved security. followed by pre and post-processing of the new data to be entered. which is built on Microsoft technology. Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and Web Service Enhancements 3.

com/article/31100/ChevronTexaco_s_CRM_Pays_Off?page=1 HP Inte grit y E nter pri se Ser ve rs. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC.” http://www. http://www. http://h30423. Chevron needs a solution that can analyze and handle the data flow. O pe nView. managed by HP OpenView solutions. systems analyst. as well as core Chevron 2009 Sal esQu est® .” says Alan Nunns. the company shares information by linking different systems together through work-arounds – just like a vertically disintegrated company would have to do.” said Paul Brody.Li ve 2 0 03 CIO. along with two other customers of Salesforce. call HP Integrity an “excellent platform for running Oracle. (Case study published September 2005.” Click on the link below for the undated. that will replace its legacy back-office systems and a suite of proprietary terminal and refinery management systems. Paul Brody. “Integrity servers have allowed us to consolidate systems physically hosted all around the world into a single data center and common platform. The new platform hosts multiterabyte Oracle databases and more than 50 SAP instances for ERP. “Inside the Enterprise: Case Studies of Customer eacee&jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN Sale sfo Working with HP. we have gotten much better at finding new reserves of oil. like the soldier marches on his stomach.php/Inside_the_Enterprise:_Case_Studies_of_Customer_Apps 3D Se ismic Mo deli ng By September 2005 Chevron’s storage environment had swelled to nearly 1. “Since we implemented our global storage network.apexdevnet. But for just like for the past five years. Systems Analyst.) Video available.hp. “Without the use of 3D seismic data and a massive repository of well managed data.SalesQ said in 2002 ChevronTexaco [was] only now finishing a master system.php/3550086 SA P R /3 ER P. But he believes that current gas prices would be much higher now if it wasn’t for storage technology advancing the art of exploration and cutting the amount of test drilling required by a factor of five.cio. “The modern organization marches on storage.” He estimates that the massive global IT and storage machine behind Chevron adds 1 cent a gallon to the price of gas.c om In October 2006 Pam Shelton of Chevron. H P-UX. HP-UX servers power their Oracle databases. gas might cost $6 a gallon by now. presented on how Chevron was using Salesforce to help their sales teams in a 48-minute HP I nteg rit y rx 46 40 Se rvers . S A P ER P. O racle Datab ase s This video describes why this producer/transporter of crude oil and natural gas in approximately 180 countries relies on HP Integrity systems to help run their business applications. Chevron consolidated its global ERP operations on HP Integrity servers running the HP-UX 11i v2 operating system. 10 g In 2006 Chevron wanted to keep pace with rapid global expansion and mergers and acquisitions by implementing a more adaptable and cost-effective ERP http://www. Technical Architect. four-minute video.mspx SA P G o. m 18 . www.800 TB and was growing at a rate of 2 TB a day. and Steve Wilson. former GM of global strategy at Chevron. the company utilizes storage directly to drive the bottom line. O racle 9i. “This is especially true in the oil business due to its information intensity. Ope nVi ew. With more than 40 SAP ERP systems running their sales and distribution. H P Service Ope nVi ew Sto rage A rea Ma na ger.” http://wiki. H P-UX. the SAP project set to go live in the first quarter of 2003.” says’s successful relationship with Microsoft.

and the company’s assets.1 management solutions. “Jobs that used to take three hours run in one hour.07. accounting groups routinely worked until 2 a. As a Chevron elected support from HP Business Infrastructure and HP Mission Critical and Proactive services. within regular working hours. he says.SalesQ said outsourcing of various business processes gained significant popularity very quickly in early 2000. http://www. a retail marketing call centre.www7. Now they close the books easily. a lot of companies made some ds/ OpenView has alerted us many. “Unfortunately.) http://www. alliance manager for telecommunications infrastructure and network for Chevron. and 10. many of them failed. Process improvements and integration that these capabilities provide are seen as keys to increasing savings through the company’s operations. their time.2. and Oracle database versions m 19 . www. http://74. For example. (See pages 10.” And when that happens too often at a company. and they didn’t have the internal structures to manage it effectively.” Wilson adds that HP has also incorporated some of Chevron’s own scripts and processes into the HP OpenView system. analysis and the right partners. and many of the outsourced processes are brought back in-house. and use business intelligence faster enables Chevron employees worldwide to do more with their talents.2. capabilities. a retail marketing call center and an empowered field sales force. month after month.pdf+Chevron+HP-UX&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl SA P ChevronTexaco is increasing the value they derive from current SAP solutions by adding upstream industry-specific capabilities. maybe too quickly for some companies.functions such as finance. sometimes even less.02. and defining a disciplined structure for the development and tradition of these a holistic approach across multiple organizational entities. HP-UX 11i v2 operating system. technical architect. CSC then used cross-functional workshops to facilitate the development of a three-pronged market approach to reposition Chevron’s brand in the eyes of its customers: a Web-enabled sales tool.” The ability to find. share. to complete the company’s monthly financials. the pendulum swings the other way. SAP R/3. 11. 2009 Sal esQu est® .2. CSC began by defining Chevron’s current management skills.pdf C hevr on O uts ourci ng St rateg y In April 2006 Richard Nitz. and an empowered field sales force.” Brody says. In 2002 the company was leveraging its existing SAP implementation by extending its platform to include both production and revenue accounting and offshore logistics management. business processes and constraints.m. HP OpenView v7.132/search?q=cache:GW8e0XkW_QsJ:h71028. CSC then used cross-functional workshops to facilitate the development of a three-pronged approach to reposition their brand in the eyes of its customers. development and quality assurance. capabilities and process requirements. HP OpenView Storage Area Manager. “It alerts our SAP system administrators if any component is not configured properly or functions outside our prescribed metrics. mapping future skills.125. “We’ve built our monitoring infrastructure around HP OpenView management software.” says Steve Wilson. The complete solution includes HP Integrity rx4640 servers. many times to problems that can then be addressed before end users are impacted.epx?pressid=1340 CS C Out so urci ng In 2006 Chevron chose CSC to support the development of an 8. This included a Web-enabled sales tool. because they didn’t realize all of the implications associated with outsourcing. “The Integrity platform immediately tripled performance. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. A successful outsourcing arrangement requires foresight.000-site convenience store retail alliance. 9.05.

NetCharts Applets gave them a fast set-up and interaction with their development tool. daily or yearly. “We decided that it made sense to create a balanced portfolio of both insourced and outsourced activities.” Chevron is planning a global deployment of the next-generation EnterpriseWizard BPM system in June 2007. http://www. The ZyTax system allows taxpayers to file motor fuel excise taxes electronically to each taxing jurisdiction and generate tax forms and tax schedules. In making these decisions. Chevron based its outsourcing strategy on three factors. The company recently arranged to bring back inhouse some activities that it had previously outsourced. but also the company’s rigorous internal controls and the reporting relationships between Chevron and its subsidiary companies.shtml ZyQ ue st Z yTa x ZyQuest successfully developed a commercial motor fuel excise tax compliance and reporting system for the oil industry. (Undated case study.zyquest. in telecommunications. Sola ri s 1 0. As a result of the balanced portfolio approach to insourcing and outsourcing that Nitz and his team m 20 .SalesQ uest. www. providing auditable records through workflow automation. is an example of that trend. security. the Comptroller Department maintains a transparent approval process for all proposed changes to the enterprise accounting system. To help satisfy these requirements.Chevron. Ja va Chevron enterprise accounting system is subject to strict SOX change control management and monitoring. Chevron. EnterpriseWizard will host the SaaS service on a dedicated Sun Fire x64 server.” says Nitz in summarizing the new strategy. Third. though. ZyQuest lists Chevron among their customers for their ZyTax product. Chevron has been able to save about 15 percent in the telecommunications area.html Vis ual Mi ni ng NetC ha rts App lets Chevron needed to chart their profit margin analyses from corporate databases easily and quickly for both sales and management. manager of comptroller’s systems support. the company created a careful long-term strategy for evaluating in-sourcing and outsourcing decisions. The first was creation of a strategic retention model. Now both management and the sales force can easily view and track daily trends and profitably both in house and on the road. The second factor related to internal control. “We are looking forward to a global deployment of EnterpriseWizard to address our needs for strict Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) and company controls and standards compliance. which determined what functions Chevron wants to retain inside and what less strategic functions would it make sense to outsource. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. For example.purchasing. “Performance on the Sun Fire X4200 M2 x64 Server is more than twice as fast as the previous platform and EnterpriseWizard BPM provides improved performance. to provide a customized Business Process Management (BPM) solution. The BPM solution tracks and enforces all changes.” said Dennis Dekens.500 tax schedules for all 50 states and the IRS are generated by this system. running 2009 Sal esQu est® .” says Nitz about the outsourcing consideration.htm Enter pr iseW iza rd B usi nes s P ro ces s Managem e nt (B PM ) Saa S. allowing users to graphically view a variety of business measurements monthly. S un Fire X4 2 00 Serve r.) http://www. and flexibility. With its deployment of the EnterpriseWizard solution. Chevron selected EnterpriseWizard Inc.visualmining. “We wanted to be in control of our overall design and The system has to be highly configurable to support not only government standards. More than 600 tax forms and 1. in fact. Nitz realized internal Chevron team members would provide the best insights into Chevron’s needs and could best make strategic decisions.

Getronics will support Chevron’s strategy to aggregate services delivered to its various business units. standards and controls. which are integrated into a single virtual global center through standardized technologies and consistent Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)-based processes.” said Don Mendel. Getronics will provide management and monitoring of SCADA. “We use NetQoS to give us the overall health of the network so we can be In addition. http://www.pdf NetQ oS Rep orte rA nal yze r NetQoS ReporterAnalyzer. Chevron spent $100 million on an SAP R/3 installation. microwave. That same year. When HIPAA and Sarbanes-Oxley came along. www. ReporterAnalyzer is the recognized industry standard for flow-based reporting and the first product to harvest a rich set of traffic statistics from Cisco NetFlow and IPFIX enabled routers and anagement_services/ 2009 Sal esQu est® .jhtml?articleID=173603013 Getro nic s Rem ote Ma na geme nt. most notably with the mammoth purchase of Texaco in 2001. Chevron adopted the Enterprise Security Architecture System (ESAS). ITI L In April 2006 Getronics announced that it has secured more than $10 million in contracts with Chevron Corporation over the next two years.enterprisewizard. The system was also used to analyze the business risks associated with IT. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE m 21 . (Undated customer profile) http://www. not just reactive. Chevron. http://www. but the company expected to recoup its investment within two years. To attain Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. SC AD and organizational flexibility. and an extensible Business Rules engine. global portfolio of services. Getronics was awarded the contracts to enable Chevron to reduce costs and streamline its network support structure. Chevron used the framework to identify four levels of information security and is now moving beyond information protection to address intellectual property. The BPM SaaS service is based on the Java EE platform and provides graphical workflow. allows network and IT professionals to understand how application traffic is affecting network performance. thanks to which helped the company define policies. will also benefit from Getronics’ global service centers. Chevron already had a set of controls in place.SalesQ uest. (Case study dated November 2005. delivery of onsite services in core U. full audit logging. Senior Global Network Architecture Team Leader at Chevron. the company simply aligned its existing controls with the Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 requirements. the traffic analysis module of the NetQoS Performance Center.html SA P E RP According to this undated report. as well as support for over 100 additional U.html Pri cewater ho use C oo per s: E nte rprise Sec urit y Arc hitect ure S ystem (ES A S) Devel opme nt Chevron has acquired dozens of companies over the years.referenceforbusiness. information management and privacy compliance policies.redorbit. an IT risk management framework developed by PricewaterhouseCoopers.intelligententerprise.) http://www. Services covered under the contracts include remote management of Chevron’s North American network infrastructure.the Solaris 10 Operating System. sites. locations. operating in approximately 180 countries. Based on its proven track record. and other specialty tower devices for Chevron Pipe Line Company. IT S upp o rt O utso urci ng C ont ract. the fifthlargest integrated energy company in the world.S.

Vice P res ide nt a nd C hief Tec hno lo g y Off icer John W. he served as strategic adviser in the Strategic Planning group and in 1992 was assigned to Texaco’s executive offices as assistant to the chairman of the company. McDonald began his career with Texaco in 1975 as a geophysicist in the company’s Calgary office and went on to hold positions of increasing responsibility at various locations around the world.S. In 1975.SalesQ uest. McDonald is vice president and chief technology officer of Chevron Corporation. McDonald served as vice president of Strategic Planning for Chevron Corporation. In 1998. technology and innovation processes. and linkages to accountability systems as Global Downstream continues to progress their strategy. he earned an honors bachelor’s of science degree in geophysics from the University of Western Ontario. also in New Orleans. was named vice president of exploration and production. 2008. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. where he was instrumental in helping to define. Canada. CIO & P resi de nt. offshore division. he was named managing director of ChevronTexaco Upstream Europe. based in New Orleans. plan and execute Global Downstream’s organizational capability Jo hn McDo na ld. In this role. based in London. McDonald served as assistant division manager of Texaco Exploration and Production’s onshore division. Upon the merger of Chevron and Texaco in October 2001. Louisiana. he was vice president of services and strategy and CIO for Global Downstream. acquisitions and divestitures. and reviewing and undertaking significant mergers. A native of m 22 . based in Aberdeen. he manages the research. he was responsible for all Gulf of Mexico exploration and production activities. In 1991. Previously. including business process architecture and governance. presides over a staff of 3. known as 2009 Sal esQu est® .000 employees. including deepwater operations. Louie Ehrlich.500 professionals managing more than 10.. Scotland. a position he assumed in January 2008. He was responsible for advising senior corporate executives in setting strategic direction for the company. and supports more than 62. development and integrated application of technology throughout the company’s worldwide business activities. Canada.. appointed CIO and president of Chevron Information Technology (ITC) June 1. a U. In 1999. Denmark and Poland.000 servers. C he vro n Info rma tion Tec hno lo g y C o. was born in Ontario. McDonald was named vice president. Information Technology and Technology Ventures. determining operating unit performance measures and targets. England. www. he was named managing director. for Texaco International with responsibility for Europe. allocating capital and other resources. He is the corporate officer responsible for Chevron’s three technology companies: Energy Technology.. McDonald. after the consolidation of all of Texaco’s European exploration and production activities in the United Kingdom.chevron. McDonald has been an active member of numerous business and civic organizations. he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Southern Mississippi in 1981 and a Master of Business Administration degree from Houston Baptist University in 1993. In this role. a strategic business unit of ChevronTexaco Overseas Petroleum Inc. Production. Louisiana.Lo ui e E hrli ch. In 1994. McDonald is a member of Chevron’s Strategy and Planning and Management committees. including serving as president and executive officer of the United Kingdom Offshore Operators Association and as a member of the United Kingdom Industry/Government Forum. and in 1996. Ehrlich replaced the retiring Gary Masada. http://www. citizen. Texaco Ltd. Before becoming CIO. Miss.

http://www. August – Announced plans to construct base oil manufacturing facility in Pascagoula. (Case study not dated. McDonald also is a member of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists. 2007 December – Chevron’s Chinese subsidiary signed a 30-year.html#d VMware VMware’s virtual machine products are used for server consolidation.html CRUSH Alerts – Sales Triggers SalesQuest is capable of delivering up-to-the-minute sales trigger alerts on your target accounts. easy-to-read daily e-mail. 2009 Sal esQu est® . industries and territories in a single.” said Sheila Taylor. June – Chevron Corp. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. please contact a SalesQuest representative at (978) 975-1111. announced plans to expand its Keystone Gas Storage facility in West Texas by an additional 2 billion cubic feet. “Our global alliance relationship with Fujitsu and its affiliates is a key step toward achieving our strategy of global standardization for our electronic point-of-sale systems at our branded service m 23 . software lifecycle management. accelerate sales cycles and ensure that you don’t miss out on any sales opportunities. a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited. 102. production-sharing contract with China National Petroleum Corporation for the joint development of the Chuandongbei natural gas area in central China.vmware. entered into a noncommercial collaboration agreement in the matter of training its personnel for drilling in shallow waters. collaborates with retailing companies to relentlessly reduce their costs and facilitate consumer interactions that improve their profitability.chevron. VMware listed Chevron as a customer in 2002. training and sales demos and technical support. http://www. Gl obal Allia nce Fujitsu Transaction Solutions save time.SalesQ uest. Miss. Pemex Exploracion y Produccion and Chevron Corporation. MILESTONES 2008 December – Patricia Yarrington appointed VP and CFO.PILOT. October – Mexican Petroleum announced that its which calls for technological and scientific Fujits u Tra nsactio n S ol utio P OS.) http://www. ext. then decision executive for Chevron Corporation’s Global Retail Automation Project. www. For more information on how CRUSH Alerts can help increase productivity. high availability and disaster recovery. the American Association of Petroleum Geologists and the Society of Petroleum Engineers. operating system migration and legacy application compatibility..

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www. JDBC and SEEBURGER. SAP PI 7. Developed business requirement specification documents as well as high-level project plan. Establishing process flow for the offshore team to deliver the technical specifications.0. Designed and developed project document template based on SDLC methodology. Developed Sequence Diagrams and Activity Diagrams. SAP XI was chosen as a strategic tool to be used for integration of SAP with the already existing legacy systems. Comprehensively work with requirement gathering for Enterprise reporting system using Requisite Pro. Designing the Alerts strategy and error handling strategy for PI interfaces using SAP PI Alert Framework. Analyzed research on operational procedures and methods and recommended changes for improvement with and emphasis on automation and efficiency.0 for value translation between legacy systems and SAP ECC. a Web site designed to simplify ordering lubricant product from ChevronTexaco.SalesQ m 25 . CLeO Direct is Chevron’s on-line ordering system. 2009 Sal esQu est® . Developing interfaces using proxies.0 using SAP PI 7. the Chevron company that develops and markets quality additives that improve the performance of fuels and lubricants. Designed and implemented basic SQL queries for QA testing and report/data validation. Project analysts: • • • • • • • • • • • Developed business process models in RUP to document existing and future business processes. Designing value mapping strategy in PI 7. Implementation activities included: • • • • • • • • • • Integrating Starlims (lab information management system) and SAP ECC 6.0 was used for integrating legacy applications with SAP ECC 6. Used Rational Clear Case and Clear Quest as configuration management and change control tools.0.Co mme ntar y fr om an S AP PI Co o rdi nato r ba sed i n Wal nut C reek . ProjectONE is the implementation of a Global SAP system that will help Oronite. to capture timely and accurate data to make strategic and tactical decisions. Co mme ntar y f rom a B usi ne ss A nal yst base d i n Sa nta Ram on. Developing the encryption strategy for PI interfaces. Designed and developed all Use Cases and UML models using Microsoft Visio. JSP. This will support Oronite’s long-term strategy to use one ERP system globally. Developing technical specification and unit test script templates. Conducted benchmarking activities to identify best practices. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. IDoc’s and various PI adapters such as File. Performed extensive requirement analysis including data and gap analysis. Oracle 10. Calif. Integrating Maximo and SAP ECC 6. Coordinated transports using CMS. Developing the transport strategy for PI.0. The technology environment includes Rational ClearCase and ClearQuest. and Windows XP.0 in SAP PI 7.1. Java. Ca lif. Implementing SAP adapters for Starlims and Maximo.

Thailand. Earlier projects included Project ROC in 2004. starting with the Manila Shared Services Center (MSSC): • • • • • Compliance Assurance Finance Shared Services Center (FSS)-Manila Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) activities FSS-Manila ISO activities MSSC Information Protection activities MSSC Audit Committee coordination. contributed to the initiative. C hi na. Lastly. Process maintenance plan. with the Accounts Payable (Retail Operations Center) work group planning. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. compiling and reporting performance measurement data for Chevron Pipe Line Company’s (CPL) compliance and reliability efforts. www. Texa s. equipment and functional location. coordinating and supervising the work group’s activities. The Houston technical team assists with the mining. In 2006 the Retail Payables Team. In 2005 the Retail Operations Centre (ROC) in Bangkok. Co mme ntar y f ro m a Com plia nce C oo rdi nat or for C he vro n Ho ldi ngs I nc. P hil ippi ne s [ For merl y Calte x (As ia) Limit ed]. Since 2004 Chevron has endeavored to standardize global procedures and services. and standards information awareness to accurately capture dialogue and extract information.SalesQ uest. They work with maintenance specialists in managing. and generate daily and monthly inventory reports and conduct cycle counts. required the Projects Team to coordinate the MSSC Intranet Web site.. improving and maintaining the computerized maintenance management software. planned. In February 2007 the company designated an Optimization Team and charged them with business planning and compliance. equipment. which required the process review and documentation of the fiscal processes of Caltex Retail Operating Centre (ROC) with the objective of standardization across Geographical Entities (GEs) and ensuring compliance with Global Marketing Process Library (GMPL) policies. etc. locations. SAP Plant Maintenance (PM). Project I4E (Information 4 Everybody). This group assisted in updating the Implementation and Projects portion of the Optimization folder under PHSS ISO as part of the Internal Quality Audit (IQA) and in preparation for the surveillance audit. They ensure full compliance with company and statutory HES requirements for all warehouse activities and take part in the project related to warehouse management to achieve 2009 Sal esQu est® . and supporting the field teams in its use. Co mme ntar y f rom a Wa reho use A ssi sta nt base d in Tia nji n. The staff manages daily warehouse operations to achieve process-oriented management and maintains warehouse inventory management procedures and monitors third-party warehousing service suppliers. late 2004. ba sed i n Manila .Co mme ntar y f rom an S A P-PM Tec hnical A ssi sta nt ba sed i n H ousto n. and maintenance plans into SAP PM. change requests as received by phone and e-mail. as part of Asia Pacific Finance and supporting the Manila Shared Services Center (MSSC). Updating and maintaining the SAP PM Web page. Inventory management responsibilities require staff to enter and maintain accurate final product data in SAP. Technical support for SAP PM to all CPL employees. They manage and maintain all procedure review requirements with the use of SAP PM for Pipeline Services and Standards in conjunction with the Data. Development and maintenance of training materials including PowerPoint presentations. Documents & GIS group. SAP PM data integrity responsibilities include the: • • • • • Process of migrating new m 26 . coordinated and supervised the work group’s activities. This group utilizes the Chevron Enterprise Security Architecture Standards (ESAS) Web site for technical control.

formulating and monitoring budget allocations and expenditures. Develop and implement IT strategies to support and add value to the business. liquefied petroleum gas. They carry out risk assessments in regular intervals and apply appropriate remedies to eliminate the possible vulnerabilities. just outside of Houston. standards and guidelines to protect company information assets. Information security management. detailed performance assessments and evaluations for all staff supervised. Te xas . emphasizing defect prevention and the reduction of variation and waste in the supply chain. development/implementation. Conduct seminars/demonstrations to executive and senior staff and conduct user awareness trainings for employees when required on newly introduced systems.continuous improvement in inventory control. The IT management staff: • • • • • Develops plans for feasibility assessment. www. support and management of the Liquids Management software applications and databases used to meet Chevron Pipe Lines business needs. The staff implements. As a member of the in-country Management Team. reports to the regional head office in Singapore. IT management plans and directs all major IT systems projects within the company. The local IT operation manages all IT related regional and local projects. technologies. Keeps abreast of developments in the field. throughout the year. base d i n Co lom bo. adhering to quality standards ISO9000 and 14000 and TS16949 continual improvement. Co mme ntar y f ro m the Hea d of IT fo r C hevron Lubric ant s Lanka Ltd. overseeing technical evaluation of bids received. reporting (hard line) to the General Manager. operating systems and applications support. monitoring the progress of the design. The Chevron Pipeline Company (CPL) IT Support and Development team on the liquids systems sub-support team is responsible for development.SalesQ m 27 . installation and commissioning of the various networks and systems. Manages the Information Technology Unit budget. implementation. Co mme ntar y f rom an A pplicati o n Prog ramme r b ased i n Be llai re. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. refined petroleum products. provides leadership on introducing technological changes. Business Support Services Sri Lanka and (dotted line) to East Asia Pacific Service Delivery Manager at the regional head office in Singapore. Coordinates the individual yearly work plan for all staff within the unit and produces. and makes all in-scope systems Sarbanes Oxley (SOX)-standards compliant. develops technical specifications for procurement and contractual services. natural gas and chemicals within the United States. manages and supports all IT-related services such as PC/Server support. provides professional leadership and work direction to the Information Technology officers within the unit and other staff members. Ensures highest level of customer service to all IT unit clients. as in-country Information Protection (IP) coordinator for all IP related projects and activities. Network-LAN/WAN support. design. requirements specification. Chevron Pipe Line Company (CPL) headquartered in Bellaire. test and maintain the disaster recovery plan for the information technology function as a part of the company business continuity plan. The security staff implements and provides information security in all aspects of local infrastructure and information systems according the organization’s global policies. verifying funding and ensuring no overrun occurs. they: • • • Develop. PABX voice communications support and data communications support. etc. S ri La nka. Programmers gather and analyze 2009 Sal esQu est® . Additionally. deals in the transport of crude oil.

Exchange 2003 and Active Directory 2003 with patches. T-SQL and ODBC. The group consists of 16 applications 2009 Sal esQu est® . and data privacy. Concord and Bakersfield. ASP.NET. database backup strategies. among others.PXE. They utilize EMC NetWorker in a large environment with dynamic drive sharing. eHubs located in San Ramon and Houston. and RIS. The application programming team develops applications with PowerBuilder. support third-party vendor applications. . maintenance. Exchange. and New Orleans and Lafayette. FalconStor VTL. DTS or SSIS. ba sed i n B ayt ow m 28 . The San Joaquin Valley Strategic Business Unit (SJVSBU) is an operating unit within Chevron North America Exploration & Production (CNAEP).NET. IBM LTO3 and LTO4 tape drives. DSS. Outlook. VB. Visual Studio. Co mme ntar y f rom a Data P r otectio n Analyst ba sed i n Ba kersfiel d. encryption and key management. www. In the process they updated 610 users to the new Active Directory domain and upgraded users from Windows 2000 to the new Windows XP OS on their desktops and laptops. the Information Technology department supports the business unit in their primary function of producing oil and gas. SQL Server Reporting Services and Crystal Reports.NET. Co mme ntar y fr om a S ystems Ana lyst ass ig ne d by Ke ll y IT Se rvices to C he vro n C hemical Pla nt. Oracle PL/SQL. develop Web and client server applications. Calif.. and Adobe Elements and Illustrator error requests via Remedy ticketing system. La. Office Pro. The Shipping IT group supports and develops applications to ensure the smooth and continuous operation of Chevron Shipping. backup validation applications. Honeycomb and SpotFire. Sarbanes-Oxley controls. IBM tape libraries. Chevron Shipping is one of the original operating companies within Chevron Corporation providing vital transportation services between Chevron’s upstream and downstream operations. NDMP. C#.NET Visual Basic. They support the users’ network. Ca lif. in-house Web applications. LOWIS.NET. and integrity of the Chevron Information Technology Company’s data protection infrastructure. The Shipping Company manages 28 Chevron-owned and operated vessels and has offices in key business hubs worldwide. Transact SQL. IPStor application. The Data Protection analyst group works with the Enterprise Storage Design team to insure the proper operation. Cal if. Areas of responsibility are the U. rHubs located in Richmond. Web Services. base d i n S an Ram on. Visual InterDev. SQL. utilizing .business and technical requirements. Calif. Co mme ntar y f rom a Web Ap plicati o n S upp ort A nal yst base d i n Bake rs field. and the U. Texa s. Secure system access is managed with putty and Exceed in a UNIX.S. Technologies and tools utilized to get the job done are Microsoft Office.S.SalesQ uest. NetApp Filers and Solaris OS. They support SAN and NAS backup requirements. and implement database additions and changes as needed using various application development tools. Service Oriented Architecture. Linux and Windows environment. adhering to IT Service Management (ITSM) disciplines.. C#. Datastream 7i (D7i) computerized maintenance management system (CMMS). ASP. scripting in Perl and ksh. Ghost. I nc. which includes disk to virtual/physical tape technologies and replication technologies. Calif. Applications used within the business unit include Microsoft Office products. Located in Bakersfield. C he vro n S hi ppi ng Info rmati o n Tec hnol og y.. VBA. Co mme ntar y f ro m a n A pplic atio ns A nal yst. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. The Baytown analyst team managed a network and server rollout from Windows/Exchange 2000 server to Windows. regulatory and compliance requirements. The goals of the business and engineering applications team are to provide reliable software tools to internal customers in a cost-effective manner and provide ongoing support for a wide variety of existing applications. .

000 security roles into the new security system. They created stored procedures and functions to be used on global refining system and established processes. SQL*Loader. The software environment includes Oracle 10g. PL/SQL. Maintain shore-side change management application and database infrastructure by updating production.SalesQ uest. high-volume production environments. Security support includes resolving authorization errors and managing SAP user IDs and for SAP activity groups with more than 10. Monitor and maintain batch jobs running on the Windows 2003 server environment. They mapped newly delivered security objects and requirements to the existing security roles and engineered various automated CATT tools to replace several manual processes.000 users in four. www. they: • • • • • • • Collaborate with personnel from other Chevron operating and service companies to complete production support tasks. The Chevron Information Technology Company. Cali f. located in Concord. Since February 2008 analysts have been working on the Enterprise Asset Management – Bills of Materials project for functional and technical data m 29 . Microsoft Server 2003 and Citrix. Additionally. Analysts developed and structured preliminary bills of material (BOMs). Crystal Reports 10 and 11. perform database refreshes and create new application builds for vessels. Analysts collaborated using SAP NetWeaver 2004 BI in an upgrade project and implemented a new security system that delivered and migrated more than 1. diagnose and implement remote solutions. It is also used to track companywide compliance to ensure that all personnel have read and are up to date with policies and procedures. manufacturer and Model gaffe cleansing for this data migration project. Key technologies employed are Oracle 10g. is a division of Chevron Corporation that provides information technology for the global business and business partners of Chevron Corporation. Batch Scripting.analysts and five shipboard systems specialists performing application and infrastructure development and support. Microsoft Windows XP and Vista. Microsoft 2003 Server. Troubleshoot. Cal if. Microsoft . analyzing work-order history. Support MWS reports in the Crystal Reports environment. Participate in annual Disaster Recovery testing and coordinate customer participation. Co mme ntar y fr om a Data A nal yst as si gne d to t he C he vro n Re fi nery bas ed i n Richm o nd. operational documents and ship manuals. Analysts provide day-to-day support and problem resolution for the Maritime WorkStation (MWS) application and Oracle consulting services to other team members. The analyst team created and manages an Excel and Access database. working with them and SAP MM to make flawless spreadsheets and streamline the migration process. MWS is a component of the ShipNet Suite toolset that is used to manage policy documents. flowcharts and spreadsheets for BOM cleansing. Co mme ntar y f rom a Sec urit y A nal yst bas ed i n C onco rd. Occasionally work off hours to install and test third-party applications. UNIX and SharePoint. 2009 Sal esQu est® . A team of four engineers collaborated on the Model Cleanse and BOM validation and BOM creation and an offshore team worked on SAP MM materials standardization and data cleanse.NET. user acceptance testing and development server environments. SAP MM and other refineries’ data. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE LLC. Business Objects Crystal Reports 10 and 11.

and compose monthly release notes as a supplement for each release. Texa s.Co mme ntar y f r om a P refe rr ed Staff ing C o ntrac tor a ss ig ned as a Tec hnical P ro ject Co o rdi nato r b ased i n Sa n R amo n. analysts use ITSM 7x and the Remedy Action Request 7. and other systems administration tasks. analyze root cause and resolve system troubles. SAP. Use HP Quality Center for bug logging. in some cases. Calif. As the Salesforce. server health and performance monitoring using HP Insight Manager. Houston operations analysts monitor incoming events. A contractor was engaged in 2007 to develop and update the Salesforce. Co mme ntar y fr om a Sale sfo rce. Microsoft Exchange support. Co mme ntar y f rom an Ope ratio ns Ana lyst ba sed in Ho usto n. With global IT operations responsibility for Chevron and its business partners.SalesQ uest. Co mme ntar y fr om a System s Ad mi nist rato r f or C hevro n H oldi ngs I nc. Office. CorporateCRUSH™ is a trademark of SELIGENCE point-of-contact for configuration issues and resolutions for the Aviation and Global Manufacturing divisions. Co mme ntar y f rom a S ystem A nal yst bas ed i n Sa n Ram o n. and Microsoft Project. During deployment the team managed 200 Windows 2003 servers and three technical migration resources. The environment was built around Citrix and Microsoft Windows XP.0 application. Daily tasks include Active Directory training curriculum and execute training for new users in both upstream and downstream divisions using Salesforce. Create test plans and tests in HP Quality Center. Cali f.5 Web server.c om D eve lo per assi g ned to the Gl obal Ma nufact uring and Glo bal A viatio n Di vi si ons ba sed in H o ust on. In an environment that includes IIS 6. F5 Load Balancer and Sybase on Windows. Microsoft Exchange Server. communicate among business partners and teams on issues. They handle second-level support server support and. Systems administrators in Makati City support Chevron Asia pacific daily operations. server patching and updates. IBM Lotus Notes and Basic in a software environment that includes Microsoft Outlook 2000 and Windows 2000. 2000 and 2003. Outlook. Chevron hired contractors to manage technical components. Conduct system testing. Visio and NetMeeting. tracking and bug resolution. server backup monitoring and tape handling. and maintained hardware availability and server dependencies. responsibilities and costs in support of the Windows 2003 server migration project in 2006. first-level support to clients. They coordinated deployment of physical and VMware virtual servers in the San Ramon and Houston data centers. 2009 Sal esQu est® . test cases to cover overall quality assurance testing. P hili ppi nes . m 30 . designed to exchange support tickets. ba sed i n Makati C ity. roles.0. project time line. Texa s. Tomcat 5. A group of four test engineers: • • • • Analyze system requirement specifications and develop test The team draws from a tool kit that includes BMC Remedy. consultants assign and close cases through the custom-developed release management object. functionality testing and configuration testing using Black Box testing techniques.

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