Global EPC Project Management for theEnergy IndustriesBypassing the Pitfalls and Ensuring an Effective Project ExecutionLondon, UK28th-30th November 2011Including Half Day Interactive Post-Conference Workshop:Project Controls Implementation and Risk ManagementLed by:Anil GodhawaleDirectorProjCon ConsultantsLed by:Attending this Premier marcus evans ForumWill Enable You to:• Achieving effective project execution from FEED to completion and start-up• Developing a risk allocation plan to overcome unforeseen events• Managing the communication between the various parties to ensure successful completion of the project marcus evans Expert Speaker Panel:• Gain invaluable insight into the latest development in project control and operational readiness Nicoló Aggogeri James Dickson• Benchmark your project management strategy against other market Portfolio Manager Development Director players Eni Advanced Power• Review causes of failure and critical success factors Paul Taylor Emanuele Domingo Technical Director of Project Controls Project Manager OnshoreLearn from Key Practical Case Studies: Europe and Africa Saipem MWH• Analyse MWH’s advanced project control methodologies Liv Runi Syvertsen• Benefit from Eni’s risk allocation strategy during the awarding phase Oystein Lilleland Vice President Major Subsea Projects• Capitalise from Statkraft’s experience in contract management VP Projects and Operations Aker Solutions• Explore Technip’s structured approach to ensure a smooth project Statkraft execution Prasanta Kumar Dey• Profit from RWE’s experience in maintaining operational readiness Imad Shanan Professor Operation Management during start-up and throughout the project life cycle Sr. Vice President & GM of Saudi Aston University• Learn from Petrofac’s contractual relationships and coordination Operations methods between parties Petrofac Paul Aird Risk Manager, International Partha Saha Operations Project Director CH2M Hill SN Power Paul Baguley Franco Concari Research Fellow Cost Engineering Project Group Department Manager Cranfield University Technip Kanat Bekmurza Simon Jameson Operation Manager Project Director - CCGT New Build Rompetrol RWE Anil Godhawale Shantonu Chundur Director Group Project Controls Manager ProjCon Consultants Tullow Oil conferences
Conference Day One28th November 201108:30 Registration and Coffee 13:00 Luncheon09:00 Opening Address from the Chair 14:00 Coffee and Networking Break FROM FEED TO START-UP 14:30 Case Study Identifying and Implementing Cost Control and Risk09:10 Opening Address Mitigation Methods in EPC Capital Projects • Stabilising your cost forecasting Project Management Maturity of EPC Contractors in the • Increasing the project’s success rate: understanding the control points Energy Industry to insert within the project like cycle • Project management practices of EPC contractors • Identify, quantify, plan and mitigate • Project management maturity models • Project management performance of EPC contractors Partha Saha • Perceptions of owners and contractors on causes of project failure Project Director and critical success factors SN Power Prasanta Kumar Dey Professor Operation Management 15:10 Case Study Aston University Schedule Optimisation: Measuring and Controlling Project Progress09:50 Case Study • How to optimise scheduling to move energy mega projects forward • Minimising construction delays due to lack of information, material or Flawless Project Execution: Ensuring FEED Meets EPC Needs equipment • Addressing through FEED the key EPC project execution strategies • Tracking progress and maintaining contingency plans to stay on • Identifying and solving critical execution packages: constructability schedule process • Interface management: be prepared during the FEED phase Kanat Bekmurza • Developing a structured approach to achieve a winning EPC execution Operation Manager Rompetrol Franco Concari Project Group Department Manager 15:50 Afternoon Tea and Networking Break Technip10:30 Morning Coffee and Networking Break 16:20 Case Study Management of Remediation EPC Project in the O&G11:00 Case Study Industry • Why EPC for remediation projects? Operational Readiness: Bridging the Relationship between • Effective planning and control Project Completion and Ongoing Operations • Understand and manage your stakeholders • Ensure all commercial and regulatory prerequisites are in place • Whats wrong with remediation projects? • Monitoring critical start-up activities to ensure operational readiness • Risk and reward identification: maximising project life-cycle value Emanuele Domingo Project Manager Onshore Simon Jameson Saipem Project Director - CCGT New Build RWE 17:00 Panel Discussion11:40 Case Study Improving Project Profitability and Success: Examining the Best Practices in EPC Supplier Procurement Framework Starting Early with Planning and Finishing on Time with • Examining the successful supplier procurement framework in Europe Post-Implementation Review • Working with contractors and sub-contractors: developing an • Determining whether or not the estimated completion costs and effective relationship schedule are achievable • Debating the essential skills required to be a programme manager in a • Evaluating the level of reliability and risk associated with the planned demanding environment commissioning and operations transition • Assessing the relationship and interaction between operations and Moderator: projects in managing changes in scope and other project Prasanta Kumar Dey modifications Professor Operation Management Shantonu Chundur Aston University Group Project Controls Manager Panellists: Tullow Oil Emanuele Domingo Project Manager Onshore PROJECT CONTROL Saipem Partha Saha12:20 Keynote Address Project Director Project Control Has to Change! SN Power • Project control: a Cinderella discipline in the EPC industry Paul Taylor • Building a vertically integrated approach: implementing advanced Technical Director of Project Controls Europe and Africa project control methodologies MWH • Reducing the size and scale of clients’ Programme Management Office (PMO) 17:40 Closing Remarks from the Chair and End of Day One • Providing opportunity in design, purchasing and construction Paul Taylor Technical Director of Project Controls Europe and Africa MWH
Conference Day Two29th November 201108:30 Registration and Coffee 13:00 Luncheon09:00 Opening Address from the Chair 14:00 Coffee and Networking Break EPC CONTRACT AND RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME, PROJECTS AND PORTFOLIOS09:10 Opening Address 14:30 Case Study Contracting and Awarding your Project: EPC or Not EPC? Project Execution Models (PEM): A Structured Way to EPC • Establishing a contract strategy and essential factors for choosing Project Execution contract type • EPC activities sequence and inter-discipline dependencies • Defining risk allocation and responsibilities of concerned parties • Standardising management and control of projects through consistent • Investigating why EPC might not be the right choice working procedures • Enforcing delivery period and performance management: considering • Project gate reviews and governance: management involvement and contract type control of project Oystein Lilleland • HSE and quality management in Aker Subsea delivery projects VP Projects and Operations Liv Runi Syvertsen Statkraft Vice President Major Subsea Projects Aker Solutions09:50 Case Study Insurance for Complex Mega EPC Projects: Current Issues 15:10 Developing a Profitable Cost Control Strategy: Dealing with and Lessons Learned Uncertainties in CAPEX Projects • Optimising the total cost of risk and insurance for your project • Cost effectiveness • Use of alternative risk transfer products • Revising project plan by incorporating cost control and estimation • Common concerns with owner controlled insurance programs accuracy • Tips for drafting insurance and risk allocation in EPC contracts • Achieving desired project completion within allocated budget • Examining critical success factors in EPC projects Paul Aird Risk Manager, International Operations Paul Baguley CH2M Hill Research Fellow Cost Engineering Cranfield University10:30 Morning Coffee and Networking Break 15:50 Afternoon Tea and Networking Break11:00 Case Study Managing Contractual and Compliance Risks for EPC Lump 16:20 Panel Discussion Sum Turn Key (LSTK) Projects EPC Programmes, Projects and Portfolios: Developing a • Value of LSTK Successful Synergy • Engineering, procurement, construction: a 360o outlook • Programme management life cycle • Types of LSTK contracts: examining the project cycle and contract risk • Ensuring effective governance, optimising resources and achieving profile programme objectives • Risk management (contractual and compliance) • Programme management best practices: initiating, planning, • Recommendations for EPC contractors executing, monitoring and closing to realise expected results • Benchmarking and continuous improvement Imad Shanan Sr. Vice President & GM of Saudi Operations Moderator: Petrofac Oystein Lilleland VP Projects and Operations11:40 Case Study Statkraft The Impact of Project Finance on an EPC Contract Panellists:: • The impact that project finance criteria has on a gas fired power plant Liv Runi Syvertsen EPC contract Vice President Major Subsea Projects • Aligning the schedule of an EPC within a financing process Aker Solutions • The impact of the allocation of risk between project company and EPC Nicoló Aggogeri Portfolio Manager James Dickson Eni Development Director Advanced Power James Dickson Development Director Advanced Power12:20 Case Study Contract Award and Management: Learning from a Large 17:00 Closing Remarks from the Chair and End of Conference EPC Oil and Gas Project • Project vision and status • Engaging pre-contract negotiations • Identification and allocation of risks: specifying risk allocation and responsibilities • Reviewing the strategies that have been cost effective • Lesson learnt and key takeaways? Business Development Opportunities: Nicoló Aggogeri Does your company have services, solutions or technologies that the Portfolio Manager conference delegates would benefit from knowing about? If so, you can find Eni out more about the exhibiting, networking and branding opportunities available by contacting our sponsorship division. James Driscoll, Sponsorship Director, marcus evans Stockholm Tel.: +46 86 786 040 Fax: + 46 86 783 934 email: JamesD@marcusevansse.com
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