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Develop measurable skills and capabilities
This course is aimed at broadly pulling together the work of the all the technical specialists involved in oil/gas field development, both subsurface and surface, to realize the full value of a truly integrated Field Development Plan.
For a further drill down into these course subjects, to provide more in depth training, please consider the 13 day course - MA-TC2-EPT178470 which is at a Skill level, rather than foundation.
To align a project team at the start of a development, and make sure that team members, decision makers and stakeholders have the same understanding of the aim, constraints and options for the project. Deliverables are:
Day 2 - Risks and Quality
Risk Assessment and Management
To learn how to manage risks and opportunities during all phases of the opportunity lifecycle.
Technical Assurance and Quality Control
To ensure project team staff are qualified for the work they do and that all work is checked to prevent mistakes. Deliverables are:
To ensure that all possible technical concepts are identified, to show the range of outcomes for a range of subsurface uncertainties and determine feasibility of the project.
To determine what project scope will be contracted out, how the contracts will be bundled, the project management organization and the management of contract interfaces. Deliverables are:
To build an estimate of the project costs, understand the range of cost uncertainty, and screen and rank the project economics against company financial targets.
Deliverables and input are:
Day 5 - Concept Selection and Contract Tactics
To compare a shortlist of concepts, select the preferred concept and assess the robustness of the preferred concept in the face of the remaining subsurface uncertainties.
To review the contracting market capabilities, both local and overseas, and decide how to tender, award, reimburse, and manage each contract scope.
It is assumed that each participant (geologist, reservoir engineer, well engineer, facilities engineer, cost engineer etc.) works in a Field Development project team and wants to learn how to work more effectively in a team.
The course is therefore of interest to all disciplines.
Experience shows that the courses work much better with a mix of discipline staff in the room.
Participants are experts in their own fields, e.g. geologist, reservoir engineer, well engineer, facilities engineer, cost engineer etc..
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