Category Archives: Investment Controlling

Design Phase

Design is another term for changing the outer appearance of the assets as build during the projects, e.g. the routing of pipelines or the size of the new stack.  The network activities are created in the design phase. This is … Continue reading

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Planning Phase

Activities during the planning phase are primarily executed in the Project Builder. In SAP this application can be called up using transaction code CJ20N. The WBS structure is setup and linked to the already existing IM structure. Settlement rules for … Continue reading

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Maintain Project Structures

This is a typical project administrator role to support the project manager and project financial management. For example, a business finance role for direct asset purchasing, asset retirement obligation (ARO) projects, cost recovery and statistical projects or process cost reporting. … Continue reading

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Manage and Control IM Budget

The incumbent can update the IM budget for the relevant class of business and manage the funding. He/she is able to run Business Warehouse reports on the program level. However, the incumbent cannot release the budget from IM to the … Continue reading

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