Managing Capital Projects in Oil & Gas
The Oil & Gas sector is able to maintain its leading position on the modern industrial market mostly due to the successful planning and implementing of various projects. But the bigger the project is, the higher the impact and cost of every single mistake. Of course, doing projects is a risky business in every sector but in oil and gas especially. However, the majority of costly mistakes in oil & gas projects could be calculated and avoided by following certain rules.
- Turning 'Theory' into 'Practice'?
The training program includes discussion on the unique nature of Oil & Gas projects and covers the key issues of each project cycle, project best practice and the most efficient ways to mitigate project risk. By attending our event youll understand how to apply the most useful instruments for successful project management in Oil & Gas industry. Learning from our highly experienced trainer-expect will allow you to increase project delivery effectiveness through knowledge about planning and execution of capital projects.
- Who should attend?
This course is designed for Project Directors and Managers, Quality Managers, Project Discipline Managers, Project Engineers, Project Owners, Project Contractors key personnel, Business Analysts, Risk Managers & Auditors, Operations, Maintenance and Plant Managers, Management Systems Consultants
- Key areas to be covered in the programme and documentation
Project Execution System Key Project cycles from Business Idea through Authorization to Project Closeout specifics, key issues, deliverables, impact on entire projects
Project Management System of a company background for successful projects
Project Planning Preparation is everything. Components of the Front-End stages and their importance for project success. Specifics of Greenfield, Brownfield and TAR (Turnaround) projects
Engineering Practices Value Improving stage-by-stage, what for?
Keeping the project on track Project Teams a key factor of successful project. From Core to Full, to Expanded team who is onboard? stage by stage of the Project Turnovers and their impact on project costs
Project Controls what and how could be controlled not to let the project slip and overrun
Contracting Strategy Contracts and Change orders, modern trends, their risks and effectiveness. Turn-key, Lump-sum, Unit-rates, mixed strategy, etc
Changes causes, impact, mitigation, change logs, turnovers
Project Risks Project Risks causes of overrun and slip
Risks Management Risks Register, Risk Analysis
Project Costs and Schedules Estimates/Planned and Actual
Project Evaluation Audit and Benchmarking to check on status of the project
Special Issues Best Practices of project execution Upstream and Downstream
TAR, Startup alls well that ends well. Neglected key points of the project success
Mega Projects their specifics, risks, drivers and challenges
- Benefits to you
Acquiring the essential skills for successful management of oil & gas projects
Mastering the most effective means of communication for all project team members
Understanding the powerful tools for planning, controlling and implementing the project
Learning about possible project risk and mitigation
Evaluating the modern project management trends the worlds leading oil & gas companies
- Duration of Course
2 days Day Course
- Course details
17th & 18th September 2012, London, PT2257
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