Management of Site Projects Certification


Who should attend?

  • This course provides an overview of management of significant refining, petrochemicals or chemicals projects (more than 10 M€).
Public :
  • Technical engineers (from owners or from engineering contractors) involved in such projects.

Level :Knowledge

Prerequisite :
  • Provide evidence of a professional experience of at least 1 month, related to the concerned field.
  • Know the main activities of downstream Oil & Gas facilities (no project knowledge required).

Course Content


      • Introduction: global context of Oil & Gas downstream (project types, project stages). Project initiation.
      • Feasibility studies: economic evaluation, technical studies, deliverables. Licensors.
      • Preliminary project planning (global schedule/constraints, cost estimate principles, main feasibility issues).

      • Technical package deliverables. Project team organization, FEED contract types and management.
      • HSE design: tools and techniques, project reviews. Quality/risk management principles and tools.
      • Optimization of execution schedule. Budget approval. Project execution plan, risk management.
      • Contracting strategy: contract types and possible scopes. Contractor selection process. Long lead items.

      • Organization charts, project manager roles and responsibilities. Interface definition and management.
      • Detail engineering management: process, main deliverables, project reviews, engineering systems.

      • Management: procurement process, strategy, procurement of Long lead items, best bidder selection.
      • Quality control plans. Purchasing, expediting, inspection, shipping. Material control systems.

      • Construction challenges, subcontract types, construction strategy. Construction execution plan and schedule.
      • Field HSE management, progress control, field quality management during construction. Change management.
      • Custody transfer: commissioning, start-up, performance tests. Contractual consequences. Warrantees.

Learning Objectives

  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • lead the preliminary stages: initiation, feasibility studies, economics, risk assessment, basic engineering, FEED,
  • plan and control execution: detail engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning.

Ways & Means

  • Highly interactive sessions using examples from actual industrial projects.
  • Refining case study used throughout the course, at each project stage.


  • An international recognition of your competencies.
  • A is delivered Advanced Certificate.
  • An expertise confirmed in Management of Site Projects .
  • Ready-to-use skills.
To French entities : IFP Training is referenced to DataDock ; you may contact your OPCO about potential funding.
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