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E-702C - Project Management Path Certification

65 days PL/PROPMGB
Level
Discovery
Audience
  • Engineers who are newly involved in project activities and who need a global understanding of Projects
Purpose
  • To acquire knowledge in managing projects, from initial stage to project completion, its purpose is to provide a thorough understanding of:
  • structure and management of the project phases execution (“what to do and when”)
  • project management techniques & know-how (“how to”)
Learning Objectives
  • To discover Oil & Gas activities, vocabulary, economy
  • To conduct the preliminary stages: concept, feasibility, economics (notion), FEED
  • To appraise project planning: schedule, costs, execution plan
  • To strengthen HSE in project Design and Construction
  • To choose within the various contract types
  • To manage pre-construction phases: basics, calls for tenders, etc.
  • To manage construction phases: engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning
Ways and means
  • Each step of the course is illustrated by numerous examples, drawings, photos and videos taken from actual Oil & Gas activities
  • Exercises are proposed to participants for each step of the course
Observation
The duration may vary depending on the number of working days per week

Part 1 - E&P technologies overview 5 days
  • Geosciences
  • Drilling and well completion
  • Field processing - Surface facilities - Field development and decision making process
  • E&P challenges and new technologies
Part 2 - Unconventional projects - E&P projects economics 5 days
  • Contribution of unconventional hydrocarbons to the global scene
  • Unconventional upstream steps, techniques & costs
  • Upstream economic and contractual framework, economic analysis & investment decision
  • Environmental impact & issues
Part 3 - Process 5 days
  • Piping & valves
  • Main equipment
  • Metallurgy - Corrosion - Fundamentals of inspection
  • Schematization
Part 4 - Logistics 5 days
  • Logistic
  • Transportation issues
Part 5a - Engineering management 3 days
  • Gaining a deep understanding of engineering
  • Engineering discipline overview
  • Keys to a successful engineering execution
Part 5b - Quality assurance and risks in projects 2 days
  • Quality management system, process and organization
  • Quality control during execution, feedback and continuous improvement
  • Risk management system
Part 6a - Construction techniques 3 days
  • Construction techniques
Part 6b - HSE in construction activities 2 days
  • Safety risk management on the field - HSE
Part 7 - Pre-commissioning - Commissioning 5 days
  • Presentation of Precom/Com in project activities
  • Precommissioning: mechanical completion, commissioning activities
  • Start-up
Part 8 - Planning and schedule 5 days
  • Project process
  • Building / optimizing the schedule
  • Onshore case study using MS project and offshore case study using primavera
Part 9 - Contracts 5 days
  • Introduction, contracting strategy
  • Call for tender procedures
  • EPC contract content and core articles, exhibits, contract, liability and insurance
  • Procurement, expediting, stock management, transportation, customs
  • Contract administration
Part 10 - Project control techniques 5 days
  • General project organization and control
  • Planning
  • Estimation & cost control
  • Information management
Part 11 - Project management 5 days
  • Introduction and preliminary studies
  • Feed or basic engineering
  • Project control and administration
  • HSE and quality management
  • Detail engineering and procurement
  • Construction
Part 12 - Group exercise or project 10 days