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SISTEMA DE INFORMAÇÃO EM GERENCIAMENTO DE PROJETOS PARA O DESENVOLVIMENTO DO EMPREENDIMENTO GASODUTO URUCU/MANAUS PROJECT MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE URUCU / MANAUS PIPELINE PROJECT
There are many challenges to the development of a Project Management Information System (PMIS) for the Urucu/Manaus Pipeline, which goes through the Amazon Forest with its rivers and lakes, with over 7,000 workers, 676 km of extension and an investment of over USD 1.5 billion dollars.
Urucu / Manaus is one of the most strategic projects to the development of our country, with geopolitics, economic and environmental gains.
When in operation, it will deliver over 10,500,000 m 3 /day of natural gas, with the intention of substituting the burning of oil for electric generation, reducing discharges and reducing energy costs.
Our expectation is that we will soon deploy resource constrained schedules based in work volumes and by using three estimates (optimistic, pessimistic and most probable) with the Success Driven Project Management technique, controlling the project by means of success probability trend reports.
It is worth saying that this rich set of information that we are collecting now by using our Project Management Information System is helpful not only to our present challenge, but it also builds a knowledge database that will be helpful in planning and controlling the many new challenges that PETROBRAS/IENOR will be facing in the near future.
This short presentation is based in the article ”Sistema de Informação em Gerenciamento de Projetos para o desenvolvimento do Empreendimento Gasoduto Urucu/Manaus”, writen by Jefferson Guimarães and Leonardo Feitosa (Petrobras/IENOR) and Peter Mello (X25 Treinamento e Consultoria, distributor of Spider Project in Brazil.