E&P Project Management CertificationPIMP/PROJGB

Who should attend?

  • This course explains how large E&P projects are managed from initial stage to completion.
Audience :
  • Professionals who require a comprehensive understanding of project management practices for E&P projects.

Level : Proficiency

Course Content

  • E&P CHAIN VALUE MANAGEMENT

      • Project evaluation and choices throughout the exploration and production value chain.
  • INTEGRATION & SCOPE MANAGEMENT

      • Preliminary, conceptual and pre-project studies and their deliverables.
      • EPC phase objectives and project execution plan.
      • Local content and sustainable development.
  • TECHNICAL SERVICE CONTRACTS

      • Contracting strategy (project breakdown into contracts).
      • Types and comparison of technical contracts.
      • Endorsements and assignments.
      • Tendering process.
  • PROJECT ORGANIZATION

      • Interface management.
      • Management of human resources, organization charts, project manager’s role.
      • Stakeholder management.
      • Communication management.
  • HSE, QUALITY & RISK MANAGEMENT

      • HSE: tools and techniques for safety and environment design, project reviews, safety concept and safety dossier.
      • HSE during construction phase, HSE indicators.
      • Quality: assurance, control and surveillance management.
      • Risks: identification, ranking, action plans.
  • PROJECT CONTROL: COSTS & SCHEDULE

      • Planning and scheduling: schedule elaboration, progress control, recovery plan.
      • Costs: estimation of facilities expenditures, budget elaboration, cost control, reporting.
  • OIL & GAS PROJECT PHASES

      • Detailed engineering: work packages, main deliverables, project reviews, documentation control, changes.
      • Procurement: activities (purchasing, expediting, inspection, shipping), long lead items, company supplied items, material control systems.
      • Construction/fabrication challenges: contractors and resources, (sub) contract types.
      • Construction at site: execution plan, construction methods (temporary construction facilities, prefabrication, modularization, delivery, erection), interface with commissioning.
      • Fabrication at yards: load-out, transport and installation.
      • Completion activities: methodology, sequence, completion dossiers, commissioning systems, hand-over and acceptance of the facilities.
      • Project close out and management of collective knowledge.

Learning Objectives

  • Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
  • conduct the preliminary stages of the project: conceptual and feasibility studies, economic evaluation, FEED,
  • enforce project control processes to meet scope, cost and schedule objectives,
  • strengthen HSE in project design and construction,
  • select the right type of technical contract,
  • manage pre construction phases: mainly basic engineering and call for tenders,
  • manage construction phases: engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning.

Ways & Means

  • The course is illustrated with several examples taken from E&P projects.
  • A project case study is used throughout the course to illustrate each chapter.

Certification

  • An international recognition of your competencies.
  • A Advanced Certificate is delivered.
  • An expertise confirmed in E&P Project Management .
  • Ready-to-use skills.