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Preview of the class of 2015 Engineering Management Training

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Eng mgt training 2015

  1. 1. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Engineering Management Training Welcome to this presentation This is a preview of my Engineering Management training 3 public sessions will be held in 2015:  May 26-28, Paris, France  September 2-4, Paris, France  October 23-26, Lombok (Bali area), Indonesia
  2. 2. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron  To get familiar with both BASIC and DETAILED Engineering  To know the work of the various Engineering disciplines and get familiar with all common engineering deliverables  To understand the challenges faced by Engineering  To provide you with practical tips on how to control engineering execution by a sub-contractor Training objectives & scope
  3. 3. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron In each Engineering discipline:  Explain the design basis and criteria  Clarify the technical vocabulary  Provide basic technical knowledge  Explain the discipline activities  Show the disciplines deliverables  Explain the sequence of the work with easy to read flow diagrams  Highlight the interfaces with other disciplines  Perform hand-on exercise, in particular sizing  Confirm knowledge acquisition by a Quiz in the end Training contents
  4. 4. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Textbook, 270 pages Your training materials Exercise book, 60 pages CD Training slides (~1000 nos) Great for your tablets! http://www.editionstechnip.com/en/catalogue-detail/1111/oil-gas-engineering-guide-the.html
  5. 5. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron A word about my pedagogy…  All matters are explained by means of example. That’s the best way to learn!  I ask first before I present anything  You will be asked to find out by yourselves  The purpose is to make the brain wiring for the future My pedagogy
  6. 6. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron  Engineering in the Project: Role, Organization, Documents, Generalities  General documents, Design basis and design criteria  The engineering disciplines • PROCESS • MECHANICAL • SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT • CIVIL • PLANT LAYOUT & PIPING • INSTRUMENTATION • ELECTRICAL Training Agenda Day 1
  7. 7. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Training Agenda Day 2  Hands-on – mini EPC Project  Key aspects of Engineering • The Technical baseline: the Contractual requirements • Engineering organization, split of Work and resources • Interfaces between disciplines • BASIC vs DETAIL design • Document control • Engineering Interface with Procurement, Construction, Third Parties • IT • Management of changes
  8. 8. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Training Agenda Day 3  The main challenge: meeting the Project schedule • FEED • EPC  How to control a Contractor • The plan • Progress measurement • Factors that could Impact progress • Engineering Controls and KPIs • Engineering Quality • Critical Points to watch
  9. 9. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron  Engineering in the Project: Role, Organization, Documents, Generalities  General documents, Design basis and design criteria  The engineering disciplines • PROCESS • MECHANICAL • SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT • CIVIL • PLANT LAYOUT & PIPING • INSTRUMENTATION • ELECTRICAL Training Agenda Day 1
  10. 10. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Project development phases Front-end Loading FEL-1 Business Planning Phase Objective: Define the business opportunity Content: Technical assessment, milestone schedule, estimated cost range Deliverables: Functional requirements, economic evaluation By: Company FEL-2 BASIC Engineering/Conceptual Objective: Confirm feasibility,, select technology, refine cost estimate, identify risks Content: Evaluate alternates, confirm feasibility, develop process design Deliverables: +/-30% cost estimate, preliminary schedule, layout, process design By: Contractor FEL-3 FEED Objective: refine cost estimate, prepare EPC phase Content: Evaluate alternates, confirm feasibility, develop process design Deliverables: +/-10-20% cost estimate, Design basis for EPC, MR for LLI By: Contractor gate gate
  11. 11. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Engineering Documents for Inquiry: Bill of Materials / specifications Documents submitted to client Client Approval/ Comments Process Design Package (PDP) Vendors / Sub- Contractors QuotationsInquiries Basic Engineering/FEED Cost Estimate Department Engineering basis for EPC call for tender Client ??? ??? What else is delivered at FEED stage?
  12. 12. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Process design PFDs H&M balance Rotating Pressure vessels Fired equipment Heat exchangers Packages etc. P&IDs Piping Instrumentation Layout Civil Electrical Process data sheet Equipment specification Vendor drawings The Engineering Work process synoptic
  13. 13. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron  Engineering in the Project: Role, Organization, Documents, Generalities  General documents, Design basis and design criteria  The engineering disciplines • PROCESS • MECHANICAL • SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT • CIVIL • PLANT LAYOUT & PIPING • INSTRUMENTATION • ELECTRICAL Training Agenda Day 1
  14. 14. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron List of common Engineering Deliverables
  15. 15. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Specifications Design criteria for civil, structural and building engineering Design specification for roads Design specification for sewage and drainage Specification for plant outdoor lighting Telecommunication and information system philosophy Instrumentation and control system design basis Fire Protection Design Safety concept Design philosophy for cathodic protection Specification for pipe supports design Technical specification – structural steel materials and fabrication Specification for asphalt paving Specification for hot dip galvanized anchor bolts Technical specification Low Voltage Motors Technical specification for Machine Monitoring system Technical specification for control valves Technical specification for fire detection devices in buildings Technical specification for wheeled fire extinguishers Technical specification for isolating joint Technical specification for cathodic protection materials Job specification for supply for piping sliding plates Technical specification for centrifugal pumps Technical specification for tail gas incinerator What difference can you see between the 2 sets of specifications?
  16. 16. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron The (Basic) Engineering Design Data Draw the Table of Contents
  17. 17. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron  Engineering in the Project: Role, Organization, Documents, Generalities  General documents, Design basis and design criteria  The engineering disciplines • PROCESS • MECHANICAL • SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT • CIVIL • PLANT LAYOUT & PIPING • INSTRUMENTATION • ELECTRICAL Training Agenda Day 1
  18. 18. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Engineering disciplines: activities and deliverables  PROCESS • Design basis and criteria • Process Simulations, Process Flow Diagrams, HMB, equipment list • Process description • Equipment sizing • P&IDs • Piping specification and sizing • Instrument process specification • Process and Emergency shutdown • Flare study • Operating manual
  19. 19. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Process design criteria • Design margins • Design Pressure and Temperature criteria • Equipment sizing criteria • Line sizing criteria • Control valve sizing criteria
  20. 20. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Engineering disciplines: activities and deliverables  PROCESS • Design basis and criteria • Process Simulations, Process Flow Diagrams, HMB, equipment list • Process description • Equipment sizing • P&IDs • Piping specification and sizing • Instrument process specification • Process and Emergency shutdown • Flare study • Operating manual
  21. 21. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Process simulations Input - Feed composition and conditions Simulator settings - Flow scheme - Thermodynamic model - Equipment performance Output - Stream flows and composition - Equipment duty
  22. 22. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Block Flow Diagrams & Process Flow Diagrams
  23. 23. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron The Process Flow Diagram (PFD)  Results from process simulations  Depicts the various Equipment within a Process (or Utility) Unit and their sequence  Shows the process controls  The individual drawing item of the PFD is the Equipment Item
  24. 24. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Process eqiupment sizing Case study: Production separator Sets the gas cross section Sets the liquid volume Vessel size
  25. 25. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Process Data Sheet Contents of the Process Data Sheet: • Design conditions • Overdesign • Fluid properties • Equipment duty • Skeleton drawing & dimensions • Material (generic type) and corrosion allowance • Specification of internals: demister, distributor, baffle etc. • Nozzles list • Allowable pressure drop, fouling factor, Cp, Cv, enthalpy curve (for HX, heaters) •Available NPSH (for pumps)
  26. 26. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Piping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) What purpose does a P&ID serve? At design stage: • Defines the design basis for Piping & Instrumentation disciplines • Serves to show and agree the operating and maintenance features between Engineer and Owner or between Engineer and Vendor • Serves to show the interface with equipment/package vendors • Perform HAZOP review During operation: • Reference drawing for operator, work permit, plant modifications etc.
  27. 27. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron  Important features (1/3) Normal operation • Redundancy for critical instruments / safety switches Shutdown • Check valves Start-up • Pressurization • warm-up / purge lines Maintenance • Equipment isolation & bypass: valves, spectacle/blind • Nitrogen injection, vent • Drains • Control and ON/OFF valves isolation • Instrument isolation Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  28. 28. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)  Various types of P&IDs • Legend and Symbols • Identification & Numbering • Details and Typicals • Process or Utility P&ID • Distribution P&ID • Interconnection P&ID • Pumps auxiliary P&ID • Package P&ID P&ID representation Details
  29. 29. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron P&ID work sequence IFR IFD IFC P&ID Review HAZOP Piping MTO & 1st PO Piping MTO & RFQ Vendor drawings Piping MTO & Top-up’s
  30. 30. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron IFCIFDIFRContents Comments from Piping, I&C disciplines Comments from all disciplines Finalized interfaces with eqt/package Issue Piping ISOs Collect Client comments Perform HAZOP Perform PID review Client comments incorporated HAZOP comments incorporated Diameter of utility lines Diameter of process lines Size, number of PSVs and CVs Exercised Contract Option(s) Freeze Control system I/O list Perform Piping MTO for 1st Piping purchase IFCIFDIFRPurpose Quiz Which revision of P&IDs has the following purpose/contents?
  31. 31. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Process Engineering / schedule Hands-on exercise
  32. 32. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron  Engineering in the Project: Role, Organization, Documents, Generalities  General documents, Design basis and design criteria  The engineering disciplines • PROCESS • MECHANICAL • SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT • CIVIL • PLANT LAYOUT & PIPING • INSTRUMENTATION • ELECTRICAL Training Agenda Day 1
  33. 33. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Process Data Sheet vs Mechanical Data Sheet Look at the PDS and MDS in your exercise book. What additional information is contained in the MDS? What does Mechanical design entail?
  34. 34. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Equipment / Mechanical What is a package ? What is, for Engineering, the purpose to order as a package ? What is usually ordered as a package ? Which is the responsible discipline ? Which document is produced to specify a package ? By whom ? What are the key things to consider when specifying a package?
  35. 35. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Instrumentation Specification for packaged units
  36. 36. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Test Equipment Process discipline Equipment/Mechanical discipline PDS Duty spec MDS Particular Specification General Specification MR Pressure Vessel Rotating equipment Reactor Heat Exchanger – Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger – Other type Fired heater Package Identify the documents issued by Engineering to order each type of equipment…
  37. 37. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron  Engineering in the Project: Role, Organization, Documents, Generalities  General documents, Design basis and design criteria  The engineering disciplines • PROCESS • MECHANICAL • SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT • CIVIL • PLANT LAYOUT & PIPING • INSTRUMENTATION • ELECTRICAL Training Agenda Day 1
  38. 38. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron HAZOP hands-on exercise Fill the table
  39. 39. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA) case study: gas leak in Turbo-compressor building Release Frequency Immediate ignition ESD & Fire Fighting Delayed Ignition Explosion/ Flash-fire Consequence Event Frequency (ev/y) 0,998 Jet fire ESD & FF 7,779E-03 0,070 0,002 Jet fire no ESD & FF 1,520E-05 1,11E-01 Release/yr 0,949 Dispersion 9,827E-02 0,930 0,120 Explosion 1,774E-05 0,028 0,051 0,880 Flash fire 1,301E-04 0,972 Dispersion 5,133E-03 Yes Frequency (event/year) Jet fire ESD & FF 7,779E-03 Jet fire no ESD & FF 1,520E-05 Explosion 1,774E-05 No Flash Fire 1,301E-04 Dispersion 1,034E-01 B04a/b/c/d 5% Probability of immediate ignition for 1-50 kg/s release rate is 7% (from statistical data) Gas detectors are provided inside the building, that activate isolation and depressurization. It is assumed that they operate 95% of the time. Probability of explosion vs flash fire (12%) depends on mass of gas and degree of confinement ? What is the frequency of an explosion? Probability of delayed ignition (2.8%) takes into account equipment explosion protection (Ex) Step 2: Event tree analysis
  40. 40. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron  Engineering in the Project: Role, Organization, Documents, Generalities  General documents, Design basis and design criteria  The engineering disciplines • PROCESS • MECHANICAL • SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT • CIVIL • PLANT LAYOUT & PIPING • INSTRUMENTATION • ELECTRICAL Training Agenda Day 1
  41. 41. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Civil foundation calculation Input Loads: dead, operating, test, live, wind, seismic, Soil data: bearing capacity, angle of friction, unit weight, boyancy Safety factors (for sliding and overturning) Dimensions to test Calculation • Stability check for sliding and overturning • Bearing pressure check Overturning axis Stabilizing moment De-stabilizing moment
  42. 42. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Foundation guide drawing
  43. 43. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Pipe-rack design What is usually the governing load? What is the governing design criteria?
  44. 44. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron  Engineering in the Project: Role, Organization, Documents, Generalities  General documents, Design basis and design criteria  The engineering disciplines • PROCESS • MECHANICAL • SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT • CIVIL • PLANT LAYOUT & PIPING • INSTRUMENTATION • ELECTRICAL Training Agenda Day 1
  45. 45. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Layout/principles PREVAILING WIND … … … … … … Define the respective position of the 6 items as per good plant layout practice 1 2 3 5 6 4
  46. 46. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron On-shore plant: Equipment spacing recommendations as per GE GAP Guidelines 2.5.2
  47. 47. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Layout principles: typical Unit Layout
  48. 48. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Piping installation Unit Plot Plan Line diagram
  49. 49. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Piping design iso vs Shop iso
  50. 50. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Piping installation work process Piping line diagram Plot Plan Piping studies & layout Piping 3D modelling Piping stress analysis Piping isometric drawing Stress OK? Piping isometric drawing IFC? For some lines, another check is done. By whom? For which lines?
  51. 51. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Piping material management work process Piping line diagram Plot Plan Piping studies & layout Piping 3D modelling 1st Piping MTO: for Inquiry Piping isometric drawing Stress OK? Piping isometric drawing IFC PFD Process eqt list IFR P&IDs 2nd Piping MTO, for Order IFD P&IDs IFC P&IDs 3rd and next Piping MTOs ? ? ?? ? At which project month shall the steps take place?
  52. 52. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Quiz Put the following tasks in order  Perform piping Material-Take-Off for first purchase  HAZOP  P&ID review between COMPANY and CONTRACTOR  Issue of IFR P&ID  P&ID IFC issue  Issue of IFD P&ID
  53. 53. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron  Engineering in the Project: Role, Organization, Documents, Generalities  General documents, Design basis and design criteria  The engineering disciplines • PROCESS • MECHANICAL • SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT • CIVIL • PLANT LAYOUT & PIPING • INSTRUMENTATION • ELECTRICAL Training Agenda Day 1
  54. 54. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Process Control System Case of Package controlled by Central Process Control System What documents from the package Vendor are needed by the DCS Vendor in this case?
  55. 55. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron  Engineering in the Project: Role, Organization, Documents, Generalities  General documents, Design basis and design criteria  The engineering disciplines • PROCESS • MECHANICAL • SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT • CIVIL • PLANT LAYOUT & PIPING • INSTRUMENTATION • ELECTRICAL Training Agenda Day 1
  56. 56. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Electrical consumer list
  57. 57. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Electrical Engineering
  58. 58. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Training Agenda Day 2 Hands-on – mini EPC Project
  59. 59. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Hands-on – mini EPC Project
  60. 60. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Training Agenda Day 2  Hands-on – mini EPC Project  Key aspects of Engineering • The Technical baseline: the Contractual requirements • Engineering organization, split of Work and resources • Interfaces between disciplines • BASIC vs DETAIL design • Document control • Engineering Interface with Procurement, Construction, Third Parties • IT • Management of changes
  61. 61. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron 61 ENDORSEMENT: case study 1. CONTRACTOR identifies, in the course of the design, that the capacity of one utility unit foreseen in the DESIGN PACKAGE is not enough. A unit with increased capacity is required. 2. A document part of the exclusions listed in the Endorsement Certificate specifies that Sea Water used for cooling should be discharged no more with no more than 10°C temperature increase. COMPANY now asks for 3°C. This required CTR to put additional cooling facilities. Discuss CTR’s entitlement to a CHANGE ORDER in each case?
  62. 62. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Training Agenda Day 2  Hands-on – mini EPC Project  Key aspects of Engineering • The Technical baseline: the Contractual requirements • Engineering organization, split of Work and resources • Interfaces between disciplines • BASIC vs DETAIL design • Document control • Engineering Interface with Procurement, Construction, Third Parties • IT • Management of changes
  63. 63. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Engineering Split of work Discipline Paris (%) India (%) Process/HSE Design Equipment Electrical Instrumentation Civil Piping What is the typical share of manhours done in home office versus low cost center?
  64. 64. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Engineering Split of work/Piping Horizontal split
  65. 65. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Training Agenda Day 2  Hands-on – mini EPC Project  Key aspects of Engineering • The Technical baseline: the Contractual requirements • Engineering organization, split of Work and resources • Interfaces between disciplines • BASIC vs DETAIL design • Document control • Engineering Interface with Procurement, Construction, Third Parties • IT • Management of changes
  66. 66. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron The Engineering work sequence Fill the missing captions
  67. 67. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Training Agenda Day 2  Hands-on – mini EPC Project  Key aspects of Engineering • The Technical baseline: the Contractual requirements • Engineering organization, split of Work and resources • Interfaces between disciplines • BASIC vs DETAIL design • Document control • Engineering Interface with Procurement, Construction, Third Parties • IT • Management of changes
  68. 68. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron BASIC vs DETAIL design
  69. 69. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Training Agenda Day 2  Hands-on – mini EPC Project  Key aspects of Engineering • The Technical baseline: the Contractual requirements • Engineering organization, split of Work and resources • Interfaces between disciplines • BASIC vs DETAIL design • Document control • Engineering Interface with Procurement, Construction, Third Parties • IT • Management of changes
  70. 70. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Origin of changes Identify the likely impact of the Engineering reviews on the design New instruments SIL review 3D model review P&ID review QRA HAZOP HAZID New accesses New valves ESD logic Blast resistance Design criteria P&IDsPlot Plan
  71. 71. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Training Agenda Day 3  The main challenge: meeting the Project schedule • FEED • EPC  How to control a Contractor • The plan • Progress measurement • Factors that could Impact progress • Engineering Controls and KPIs • Engineering Quality • Critical Points to watch
  72. 72. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Key Engineering Milestones for an EPC • P&ID 1st issue • LLI Material Requisition Issued for Purchase • HAZOP • Control valves, PSVs PO • issue of Plot Plan IFC • issue of IFC P&Ids • 50% ISOs issued At which time (Project Month) must the following be issued/done to support the Project execution?
  73. 73. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Typical level 1 On-Shore EPC Project Engineering schedule
  74. 74. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Training Agenda Day 3  The main challenge: meeting the Project schedule • FEED • EPC  How to control a Contractor • The plan • Progress measurement • Factors that could Impact progress • Engineering Controls and KPIs • Engineering Quality • Critical Points to watch
  75. 75. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Safety Engineering In your opinion, how is Safety performing?
  76. 76. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Training Agenda Day 3  The main challenge: meeting the Project schedule • FEED • EPC  How to control a Contractor • The plan • Progress measurement • Factors that could Impact progress • Engineering Controls and KPIs • Engineering Quality • Critical Points to watch
  77. 77. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Engineering progress KPIs
  78. 78. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron EPC Key Engineering Milestones and benchmarks Key Engineering Milestones for an EPC • P&ID 1st issue • LLI PO • HAZOP • 1st model review • 1st Piping PO • Control valves, PSVs PO • Plot Plan IFC • IFC P&IDs • 50% ISOs • Primary steel MTO • Primary steel drawings IFC Additional Milestones for Off-Shore jobs
  79. 79. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Engineering Manhours benchmarks  FEED: number of Home Office (H.O.) manhours per equipment item • ??? hours  EPC: number of H.O. manhours per equipment item • ??? hours  EPC: number of H.O. manhours per USD of CAPEX? • ??? hour / mln USD  EPC: number of Procurement (Buyer, Expediter, Inspector, Transit) manhours for one Purchase Order? • ???? manhours Please guess…
  80. 80. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron Engineering Management Training Your instructor: Hervé Baron, Project Manager Professional experience/positions held • Process Engineer (2 years), Production Engineer (2 years) • Engineering Manager (4 years) for EPC On-Shore 300mln USD Project • Field Engineering Manager (4 years) for EPC Off-shore (FPSO) 1bln USD Project • Project Manager (2 years) for 50mln USD EPC revamping • Project Manager (1 year) for FEED and Basic Design • Project Control Manager (1 year) for 100,000 manhours FEED • Contract Manager (3 years) for 700mln USD and 1bln USD EPC Training experience Developer and instructor of IFP Training’s • Engineering Management Training (10 sessions held), • Project control training (6 sessions held), Professional experience/Companies worked with • TOTAL, for 4 years • SAIPEM, for 8 years • TECHNIP, for 6 years
  81. 81. HERVE BARON ©2014–HervéBaron 2015 Training schedule 3 training sessions will be held in 2015:  Paris: May 26-28, September 2-4 For details and to enroll please go to: http://www.ifptraining.com/course/engineering-management-5219.html  Lombok (near Bali), Indonesia: Oct 20-23 For details and to enroll please go to: http://rhenindo.com/trainings/barons-oil-and-gas-engineering-management/ Pick the location you like!

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