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Who should attend?

Audience

    • Engineers, technicians called on to hold positions in an E&P logistics organization or other engineers who wants to understand logistics constraints

Level

  • Proficiency
  • To give the trainees an overall view of the various aspects treated by logistics specialists for this strategic component of the exploration & production activity in exploration, projects, operations decommissioning
Learning Objectives
  • To manage the approach of the stakes related to the development of an oil & gas field
  • To explain the differences between road, sea and air transport
  • To make a logistic base work and organize the different jobs carried out by the relevant involved staff
Course Content

TRANSPORTATION ISSUES

4 days

  • Road transport
  • Road transportation
  • Transport of dangerous goods
  • Risks, contracts
  • Operation, maintenance
  • Referential
  • Infrastructure
  • Air transport
  • Aircrafts
  • International referential
  • Sea transport
  • Vessels
  • Marine inspection
  • Port facilities
  • Transportation of personal
  • Tanker loading
  • Rig move
  • Marine operations
  • Weather

LOGISTIC

4 days

  • Logistic base management
  • Base concept
  • Organization & sizing
  • Material management
  • Base operations
  • Warehouse management
  • Warehouse concept
  • Warehouse organization
  • Transit areas
  • Shelter
  • Workshop
  • Lifting & handling operations
  • Industrial risks
  • Waste management

LOGISTIC PROJECT

2 days

  • The trainees will study the data made available to them and each team will build a final dossier, similar to those commonly presented by Management Teams in the Oil & Gas industry to obtain a positive decision for the operations in which they are involved.
  • Such dossier shall feature on the basis of a virtual field under development then operations, the following items:
  • Building call for tenders
  • Logistics
  • Logistic base
  • Life camp
  • They will include in their dossier some answers to specific questions the lecturers want to see in the presentation.
  • Specific requirements may be added to the job done by the teams making the projects different from one team to another.

PROJECT PRESENTATION


  • Each team will present their dossier before a Jury made of Trainees’ future potential managers and IFP Training’s representative
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Ways & Means
  • Lectures carry numerous examples from ongoing projects and exercises