Gas Natural Fenosa implements IFS Applications at Bujagali power plant, Uganda

IFS, the global enterprise applications company, today announces that Spanish Gas Natural Fenosa, through its subsidiary Operación y Mantenimiento Energy (O & M Energy), has chosen to implement IFS Applications to support business-critical processes at the newly opened Bujagali hydropower plant in Uganda.

O&M Energy has been an IFS customer since 2008, having implemented IFS Applications in its power plant facility in Madagascar. The current project involves implementation at the Ugandan Bujagali hydropower plant, a 250-megawatt power-generating facility, which aims to increase the power supply, lower energy costs, improve air quality, create more jobs, and many other substantial benefits for the local area.

The solution includes IFS Applications components for document management, sales, inventory, maintenance, and human resources.

By implementing IFS Applications, O & M Energy obtains an integrated system while consolidating the power plant data in one system. Together with the finance component, O & M Energy has now implemented a best-practice solution that is also fully integrated with their SCADA system and Mobile Client.

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Anne Vandbakk

Telefon: 46 8 58 78 45 00
Corporate Communications Director

Frédéric Guigues
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Investor Relations

About Gas Natural Fenosa
Gas Natural Fenosa is one of the leading multinational companies in the gas and electricity sector, operating in 25 countries and with more than 20 million customers and a total of 16.5 GW of installed capacity.
It is the largest integrated gas and electricity company in Spain and Latin America, leading the natural gas sales market in the Iberian Peninsula, and the number one distributor of natural gas in Latin America. With a fleet of 10 methane carriers (LNG) in the world and a company of reference in the Atlantic and Mediterranean basins where it supplies 30 bcm.

O & M Energy is a subsidiary company of Gas Natural Fenosa that offers professional services in the operation and maintenance of a wide range of energy and industrial facilities. These include power-generating plants (combined cycle plants, diesel plants, hydraulic and other renewable energy plants), cogeneration plants, water treatment plants, industrial facilities, gas turbines, and LNG plants (regasification and liquefaction).

O & M Energy can provide a variety of operation and maintenance services ranging from full O & M contract provision to discrete O & M activities. Our services range from project development support through mobilisation services to O & M contracts to start-up of commercial operation, supporting the whole project life cycle.

About IFS
IFS is a public company (OMX STO: IFS) founded in 1983 that develops, supplies, and implements IFS Applications™, a component-based extended ERP suite built on SOA technology. IFS focuses on industries where any of four core processes are strategic: Service & asset management, manufacturing, supply chain and projects. The company has 2,000 customers and is present in more than 50 countries with 2,700 employees in total. Net revenue in 2010 was SKr 2.6 billion.

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Industrial and Financial Systems, IFS AB (publ) is a limited liability company registered in Linköping, Sweden.
Corporate identity number: 556122-0996


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