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LUKOIL Overseas

OpenText Expands the Capabilities of LUKOIL Overseas Corporate Document Management Systems

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OpenText Content Server provides centralized document management, improvement of project design documentation processing times, and business process transparency

OpenText Content Server provides the opportunity of organizing structured storage and prompt approval of Project Design Documentation (PPD) received from various engineering contractors. The possibility of integration with SAP ERP also guarantees the availability of PPD accumulated during the construction stage when managing operated facilities in SAP PM.

Sergey Kotov, Head of the Information and Technical Support, LUKOIL Mid-East Ltd

Challenge

  • Unable to process large amounts of project design documentation
  • Lack of control over processing time
  • Limited opportunity to share documents
  • No integrated document repository for the centralized ERP-system

Product(s)

Value

  • Integrated document database and a centralized document management system
  • Strict compliance with the contractual and internally approved times for document revision
  • Organization-wide "transparency" of all business processes
  • Opportunity to provide documentation support of project activities

About LUKOIL Overseas

UKOIL Overseas group is a fast-growing oil and gas company, forming a part of and acting as the operator of international projects of OJSC LUKOIL, a vertically integrated oil company. The Holding carries out the prospecting, acquisition, and further effective development of oil and gas fields outside the Russian Federation, promoting the transformation of OJSC LUKOIL into a transnational energy company. The company's structure comprises of the corporate center in Moscow and subsidiaries and representative offices in 16 countries. The total production of oil by LUKOIL Overseas group companies exceeds 5 percent of the total production of LUKOIL group, and the total gas production accounts for more than 25 percent of the group total gas production.