Offshore E&P Project Management

PIMP/OFFPMGB

Who should attend?

  • This course provides an understanding of all major aspects specific to offshore project management.
Audience :
  • Technical supervisors and managers, project and general managers and government officials.

Level : Proficiency

Course Content

  • SPECIFIC TOPICS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT APPLIED TO OFFSHORE PROJECTS

      • Risk Management - Group session and discussion.
      • Costs and schedule control.
      • Management of facilities risks and safety.
  • DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

      • Pre-feasibility and feasibility checklists - Group session and discussion.
      • Plan and value improvement practices.
  • WORKS PREPARATION

      • Introduction and planning for success - Principles and elements.
      • Phases, organization and teamwork.
  • CONSTRUCTION ISSUES

      • Modularization.
      • Safety.
      • Quality.
  • LIFTING & INSTALLATION

      • Heavy lifts offshore and cranes.
      • Lifting offshore (center of gravity, weight control).
  • CASE STUDIES

      • Case History I: Project Risks for FLNG - Shell - Prelude.
      • Case History II: The Dangers of “Entering a New Country”.
      • Case History III: The World’s First Gas Pipeline Export.
      • Case History IV: All Subsea Development, the Future?

Learning Objectives

  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • understand Offshore project management constraints,
  • dealing with internal (company) and external requirements (government, partners, contractors, etc.),
  • comply with core requirements for major projects in terms of planning, costs and risks,
  • master the specific vocabulary of offshore projects and toll gating processes.

Ways & Means

  • Guidelines and standards, as well as best practices will be illustrated by numerous examples.
  • Case studies will be used throughout the training to explain why real projects have fallen short from expectations.