EPC Project Risk and Technical EfficiencyGenerating strategies with latest insights to eliminate EPC project risks and boost project profitabilityRenaissance HotelKuala Lumpur, Malaysia1st & 2nd April 2013 Acquiring seamless project management by constructing a solid EPC project framework that encompasses the complex nature of EPC contracts, the massive expenditure associated with each project and the unexpected risks that could occurIn the Chair: Featuring International and Regional Expert Presentations by:Robert Gan Stewart Prentice Madhu P PillaiPresident Operations Manager Projects DirectorProject Management Institute, Malaysia Chapter Tata Chemicals, Europe Kentz Engineering International,Robert has managed and implemented projects in Singapore, (Lostock Site) Saudi ArabiaTaiwan, Hong Kong, Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia and is aseasoned professional director and Project Delivery Partner with 20 Rodhi Bakar Rehan Ahmedyears of Programme and Project Management experience that has GM Projects Department (Offshore) Chairmanincluded people, processes and technology. SapuraKencana, Malaysia The Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC), Qatar Gavin McLeodAttend this Premier Conference and Gain Technical Services Manager Mark GerkemaInsight Into: Chevron, Singapore Operations Manager (Lactide) PURAC, Thailand• Maximising your organisation’s uptime performance through Greg Harris meticulous assessment and consideration techniques MCL2 Commissioning and Kevin Murphy• Identifying the challenges of project control to minimise Manufacturing Manager Engineering & Construction Managers project risks BlueScope Steel, Indonesia (Major Capital Project)• Benchmarking the latest contracts used in the region’s Chevron, Indonesia construction market Kevin Bonner Regional Director – Middle East & Heribertus Dwiyudha• Discovering the benefits of adopting flexible contracts Caspian (EPC Unit) Field Manager• Aligning vendors and contractors with your project Kentz Middle East, Bahrain Star Energy, Indonesia requirements and objectives N. Sivaram Tarek Atout• Supporting plants in transition by benchmarking with solidified Director of Operations Asia Pacific CMRP Maintenance Planning Engineer and proven change programme VME Process Asia Pacific, Singapore Qatar Gas, Qatar Munir Abu Bakar M C BhuratTestimonials from Similar Past Events: Director Vice President (Global Expansion Projects)Excellent conference. Quite useful in my day to day work. Dialog Engineering, Malaysia South Pacific Viscose, IndonesiaPetronasWell thought content & fruitful sharing experience.Powertek BerhadGood sharing experience with very knowledgeable speakers on avery important topic that can be put into good practice.UMW Industrial PowerAn event / seminar that gathers a pool of knowledge, experienceand talented speakers plus the different areas of market segmentswho attended makes this an interesting place to meet and share. Early Bird & Group Discounts:MISC Ask about our savings conferences
Day One Register Now: Contact Marketing at marcus evansMonday 1st April 2013 Tel: +603 2723 6676 Fax: +603 2723 6699 E-Mail: JascintaL@marcusevanskl.com0830 Registration and Coffee 1400 Case Study: Practicing Continuous Brownfield Revitalisation for Continuous Plant0900 Opening Remarks from the Chair Reliability and Higher Production KPI Robert Gan • Developing a brownfield project management system that interfaces with the President management of change systems Project Management Institute, Malaysia Chapter • Ensuring compliance with established standards, procedures and systems • Reviewing and approving the scope of work for minor Capital Expenditure0910 Meet & Greet: (CAPEX) work and preparing the necessary budget In this five-minute session, delegates are encouraged to get to know their peers and Gavin McLeod exchange business cards Technical Services Manager Chevron, Singapore RISK CONSIDERATIONS FOR DEBOTTLENECKS, REVAMP AND REVITALISATION PROJECTS 1445 Case Study:0915 Expert Insight: Predicting Risks Through-out Your Projects to Constantly Developing Reducing Project Risk at Front End Engineering Design (FEED) Stage Solutions to Effectively Manage Unexpected Risks • Developing the problem and developing the solution • Discovering how to effectively modify your project plans whilst keeping the • Ensuring design consistency for a smooth-running project scope and resources in mind • Determining project execution strategy and preparing for unexpected hiccups • Simplifying troubleshooting actions through verification of potential operational • Operational readiness and engineering a plan for post-project efficiency hiccups at commissioning stage Madhu P Pillai • Understanding the importance of being involved in the early stages of FEED Projects Director through project execution to predict all possible disruptions Kentz Engineering International, Saudi Arabia N. Sivaram Director of Operations Asia Pacific1000 Expert Insight: VME Process Asia Pacific, Singapore Putting Matrix and Risk Register into Practice to Reduce Risk Rate in All EPC Projects 1530 Coffee and Networking Break • Accurate identification of risk, impact and consequence • Re-engineering your current risk management strategy OPERATIONAL AND TECHNICAL PROJECTS CONSIDERATIONS • Re-assessing risk impact after mitigating actions • Employing analytical software to measure the impact of the risk and quantify the 1600 Case Study: effect of the risk in time, money and production output Delivering Projects On Time through Excellent Project Time Management • Adjusting your timelines and work schedules to fit the project within the1045 Coffee and Networking Break available time • Identifying changes of the time schedule and additional time necessary as early1115 Case Study: as possible and quoting them in the form of a change request for Extension Of Debottlenecking: Recognising how incremental debottlenecking can Time (EOT) significantly improve an existing facilitys capacity and profitability • Using Milestone Trend Analysis (MTA) to indicate the project status in terms of • Debottlenecking process within projects time schedule • Drawing that fine line between debottlenecking, revamping and retrofitting Rodhi Bakar • Reducing future debottlenecking costs during design stage of new facilities GM Projects Department (Offshore) • Plant duplication as an alternative to massive debottlenecking projects SapuraKencana, Malaysia • Exploring the design philosophies that maximise the debottlenecking flexibility of a new plant 1645 Case Study: • Debottlenecking towards reducing operating costs Obtaining Seamless EPC Project Management with The Available Project Greg Harris Management Technology and Tools MCL2 Commissioning and Manufacturing Manager • Discovering how modern day CMS software plays a key role as the project transitions BlueScope Steel, Indonesia • Recognising systems that will accurately assist in planning, scheduling and controlling large-scale programmes and individual projects at the same time1200 Expert Insight: • Understanding the impact of changing or adding initiatives to portfolios with the Minor Revamp and Expansion: Obtaining Higher Production KPI with Clear current available technology Revamp and Expansion Objectives • Exploring and choosing the exact tools for planning and managing linear projects • Conducting an extensive plant evaluation to define the current operation Kevin Bonner • Obtaining accurate reports that identifies current bottlenecks and recommends Regional Director – Middle East & Caspian (EPC Unit) the relevant changes needed Kentz Middle East, Bahrain • Increasing plant capacity and utilisation, reducing energy consumption and maintenance costs, and meeting stringent environmental and emission standards 1730 Closing Remarks from Chair and End of Day One Mark Gerkema Operations Manager (Lactide) PURAC, Thailand1245 Networking Luncheon Who Should Attend: C-Level Executives, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Managing Director, Directors, General Managers, Head of Departments, Senior Managers, Regional Managers, Managers, Supervisors, Executives of: • Projects • Special Projects • Technical Services • Contracts • Procurement • Supply & Logistics • Expansion Business Development Opportunities: • Revamp A limited amount of sponsorship opportunities are available for this conference. These include, but are not limited to opportunity to present case studies, exhibit, From: host networking functions, and benefit from the extensive branding and • Oil and Gas marketing exposure generated throughout the lifecycle of the event. • Petrochemicals and Chemicals For further information please contact Peter Morgan on • Power and Energy +61 2 9238 7200 or email PeterM@marcusevansau.com • Heavy Industries
Day Two Register Now: Contact Marketing at marcus evans Tuesday 2nd April 2013 Tel: +603 2723 6676 Fax: +603 2723 6699 E-Mail: JascintaL@marcusevanskl.com0830 Registration and Coffee 1445 Expert Insight: Adopting Outstanding Project Interface Management0900 Opening Remarks from the Chair • Developing and implementing processes for production, as well as Robert Gan understanding the specifications for each interface points President • Rapidly resolving conflicts over accountabilities around interfaces Project Management Institute, Malaysia Chapter • Project interface matrix • Understanding the criticality of liaising with all design disciplines to achieve a0910 Meet & Greet: common approach to interface management In this five-minute session, delegates are encouraged to get to know their peers • Interface management model for mega capital projects and exchange business cards • Identifying actions required and risks associated with information and system interfaces to develop robust solutions and action plans • Managing project interfaces for both internal and external0915 Keynote Presentation: Managing Complex and Mega Projects by Developing Concrete Critical Path Rehan Ahmed Project Management Framework Chairman • Maximising your chances of completing your project on time through accurate SSPC Qatar calculation of critical path • Understanding how every project has inter-connected tasks and activities which 1530 Coffee and Networking Break will help you speed up your work and save time • Shortening the overall project timeline by compressing a task on the critical path r ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: • Shortening project timeline and cost with Fast Track Projects 1600 This session allows the audience to interact and to obtain immediate feedback from Stewart Prentice their direct peers on different key concerns in a roundtable setting. With a facilitator Operations Manager for each table, participants are encouraged to voice their opinions, exchange ideas Tata Chemicals, Europe (Lostock Site) and appraise the good, the bad and the ugly. It is essential that all are prepared to participate in order to ensure discussion flowing and a fruitful session1000 Case Study: Determining your Need in Minor and Mega Expansion Projects with Precise Roundtable One Capacity Assessment Brownfield Safety Plan: Investing in training, reassessing incentive scheme • Looking into minimising cost of stocking up and setting-up whilst considering for safety performance and reviewing hazard assessment documents other production costs as constant This round table will take you through the challenges of Brownfield engineers face • Recognising and correctly selecting your resources with resource requirement in terms of health and safety and also the applicable solution to these challenges planning tools • Obtaining the actual reasons to conduct expansion through capacity requirement Roundtable Two planning tools Managing resources remotely with matrix management • Critical considerations for overloads which are inadequate for the available capacity This round table discussion will discuss about the various methods and techniques to effectively monitor the progress and gain accurate reports from all running projects Kevin Murphy Engineering & Construction Managers (Major Capital Project) Rodhi Bakar Chevrons, Indonesia GM Projects Department (Offshore) SapuraKencana, Malaysia1045 Coffee and Networking Break Roundtable Three1115 Expert Insight: Managing Large-Scale and Complex Projects This round table will address the latest challenges of Project Managers handling Coordinating and Administering the Strategic Goals of the Project multi-million dollar projects and the approach in obtaining seamless mega Procurement Services to Meet Project Needs project management • Implementing multi-project programmes oriented procurement performance metrics and reporting processes Munir Abu Bakar • Re-evaluating a multi-project procurement programme Director • Reviewing and negotiating contracts with suppliers to achieve appropriate Dialog Engineering, Malaysia savings and service levels • Procurement problem resolution in conformance with contract law 1730 Closing Remarks from Chair and End of Day Two Robert Gan President Project Management Institute of Malaysia marcus evans would like to thank everyone who has helped with the research and organisation of this event, particularly the speakers and their staff for their1200 Case Study: support and commitment. Generating and Solidifying Commissioning and Initial Start-Up Activities for both Brownfield and Greenfield Projects • Incorporating a completions and commissioning driven philosophy into front end planning and embedding this into the overall strategic approach to project execution Why you Cannot Miss this Event: • Studying the importance of developing a company specific commissioning EPC projects require complex design and engineering works; procurement of execution strategy, aligned with the project and business structure specified equipment and machineries; and a single entity for contract execution. For • Understanding empirical rules developed for estimating start-up time and cost the successful development of any project, it is critical to identify the suitable design which provides sufficient accuracy for inclusion in the initial project budget source and how it fits within the overall contracting scheme. There is a constant • Minimising downtime by allowing pre-commissioning activities to commence never-ending debate on how to fully utilise the three elements of cost, time and prior to mechanical completion quality within every project as these elements have to be strictly monitored and • Mitigating start-up problems and effectively troubleshooting it to prevent adhered to in all conditions. disruptions during operations Heribertus Dwiyudha The pressure for contractors has always been to deliver the completed facility within Field Manager a specified guaranteed price and by a guaranteed date. Meeting these levels of Star Energy, Indonesia expectations is no easy task and failure to comply with any of the set requirements will result in the contractor incurring monetary liabilities. However, because of their1245 Networking Luncheon flexibility, value and certainty sponsors and lenders derive from EPC contracts, it is believed that EPC contracts will continue to be the pre-dominant form of WORK SCOPE, HANDOVERS AND SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS construction contracts and will be used on large scale infrastructure projects in most jurisdictions.1400 Expert Insight: Acquiring Prompt Project Delivery Through Strict Synchronisation of This 2 day conference will enlighten and prepare you to embark on the Internal and External Contractors’ Task complex journey involving EPC projects. You will be taken through various • Recognising the criticality of having the entire project team to discuss and refine case studies and expert presentations that act as guides to combat high the project scope and finalise the work plan before any form of execution EPC costs and safeguard your operations throughout the volatile nature of • Deploying the best mix of capabilities through a well-integrated work share and any project. Attend this conference and gain an in-depth understanding of technical performance management system the risks involved while constructing a solid EPC contracting framework to • Determining skill requirements on basis of activities to be performed – generate excellent ROI for both contractor and operating company. qualifications and experience M C Bhurat Vice President (Global Expansion Projects) South Pacific Viscose, Indonesia
Speaker Profile Register Now: Contact Marketing at marcus evans Tel: +603 2723 6676 Fax: +603 2723 6699 E-Mail: JascintaL@marcusevanskl.comRobert Gan Rehan AhmedPresident ChairmanProject Management Institute, Malaysia Chapter The Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC), QatarRobert has managed and implemented projects in Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Rehan have been working in the field of Corrosion Engineering for the pastKong, Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia and is a seasoned professional 6 years in RasGas, but have been involved in corrosion control and assetdirector and Project Delivery Partner with 20 years of Programme and Project integrity activities for many more, primarily with onshore and offshoreManagement experience that has included people, processes and technology. assets, additionally with marine going vessels, jackup platforms, FPSO,He is trained in Project Management and Accountancy that helps in Project transmission pipelines, Storage Tanks, hazardous chemical storage &Financials, Quality and Risk Management, Systems Analysis and Design, and transmission facilities, as well as natural gas gathering, production, andProject Management of Application Systems deployment. He gained the storage. Rehan is working on various projects on these trades, right fromhonours with Distinction for the International Diploma in Project inception, through to execution and closeout, including handling all QualityManagement, IDPM (Cambridge). Assurance & Quality Control aspects.Stewart Prentice Mark GerkemaOperations Manager Operations Manager (Lactide)Tata Chemicals, Europe (Lostock Site) PURAC, ThailandStewart is Operations Manager of Tata Chemicals Europe Lostock site in Mark first went to Purac in Thailand as a Technology Manager in the Start-Cheshire. The site employs 120 people and manufactures approximately up Team for the construction and start-up of their Greenfield Lactic Acid400,000 tonnes of Soda ash and Sodium Bicarbonate each year. Factory (100,000 mT/a). In year 2010, they have start with the constructionA Chartered Chemical Engineer and Member of the Institution of Chemical of their second plant on the Industrial Estate in Rayong Thailand. This plantEngineers, Stewart has 18 years experience in industry, working for 3 is going to produce Lactide, which is a monomer to be used in themanufacturing employers in both the organic, inorganic, batch and production of bioplastic. This first in its kind plant, and is going to producecontinuous process industries. Initially his career concentrated on Project 75,000 mT of Lactide, which will be used to accelerate the marketEngineering and Commissioning before focussing on Project Management. development in the lactic acid based bioplastics.Rodhi Bakar Heribertus DwiyudhaGM Projects Department (Offshore) Field ManagerSapuraKencana, Malaysia Star Energy, IndonesiaCurrently as GM – Project Management Dept (Offshore oil & gas projects). More than 20 years of experience, Heribertus is not only the Field ManagerHad more than 26 years’ experience in heavy oil & gas projects. Worked for Star Energy geothermal plant he is also overseeing the on-going revamppreviously in MSE (now MMHE), MMC Oil and gas, PETRONAS Carigali, projects for his plant.Exxonmobil, Petrofac Malaysia. Tarek AtoutGavin McLeod CMRP Maintenance Planning EngineerTechnical Services Manager Qatar Gas, QatarChevron, Singapore Tarek has more than 20 years’ experience in maintenance planning andGavin has been with Chevron for 30years, started in operations as scheduling in oil and gas industries. Tarek has worked with manyChevrons Pascagoula Mississippi Refinery in the US and has based in Asia international organisations as a consultant in the maintenance planning,Pacific for the last 16 years. Most of Gavin’s career involves commissioning work management, inventory control, CMMS development &and troubleshooting. Gavin has commissioned 20+ new units in the last 10 implementation and developing training programs for planning andyears. Currently he is based in Singapore providing support for Chevrons partnership teams. Tarek is a Certified Maintenance and Reliabilityefforts in Asia Pacific. Professional “CMRP” by SMRP and regularly contributing as author for the Uptime Magazine.Kevin BonnerRegional Director – Middle East & Caspian (EPC Unit) M C BhuratKentz Middle East, Bahrain Vice President (Global Expansion Projects)Kevin Bonner joined Kentz in 2009 after leaving Wood Group where he South Pacific Viscose, Indonesiaheld a senior role managing a variety of projects in both the UK North Sea He has maintenance and project experience of 35 years and has worked inand Norwegian sectors. Much of his experience was gained at the various positions. He has worked with Grasim Industries of Aditya Birlaclient / contractor interface, enabling him to become adept at developing Group and with Vam Organic Chemicals in India as Maintenance Manager.strong business relationships. His career to date demonstrates a firm Since 1986, he has been working for Lenzing AG, an Austrian company inprogression in key managerial positions with several international oil and Indonesia and is now vice president for global Expansion Projects. He isgas companies. Currently, Kevin holds overall responsibility for the responsible for asian expansion Projects in Indonesia, China and India sincesuccessful delivery of all EPC projects within the Middle East Region as well 2008. These projects are worth US$ 500 Million.as growing the business, delivery capability and reputation.N. SivaramDirector of Operations Asia PacificVME Process Asia Pacific, SingaporeMr. Sivaram joined VME in July 2008 as Director of Operations, Asia Pacificbased in Singapore. Prior to joining VME, Siva was Director of Projects andSupply Chain for a Singapore based multinational EPC company dealingwith FPSO Topsides and Gas compression modules.He set up VME’soperations in Singapore and was instrumental in setting up VME’sfabrication facilities in Batam, for which he is the General Manager incharge of the day-to-day operations.
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