Management of International Petroleum Projects

 

June 24-28, 2019

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

This five-day program provides a comprehensive overview of the challenges involved in developing and executing international petroleum projects. The program covers all aspects of the project development and execution process from concept to startup with particular focus on a systematic Stage Gate project management process to make timely decisions during the various phases of the project. Best practices for the project cycle are covered to ensure successful outcomes. An LNG project is considered as an example.

CONTENT

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This program is ideal for those individuals who seek an integrated understanding of the development and execution of international petroleum projects. This may include executives, project managers, project engineers, procurement specialists, contractors, planners, government personnel, technologists, project specialists, construction personnel, finance personnel, and other specialists or stakeholders who interface and work in areas related to the oil and gas industry wishing to learn about the management of international petroleum projects.

INSTRUCTORS

  • David A.T. Donohue, PhD, JD
  • Erhan, Aslan, PhD
  • Charles Brankman, PhD
  • Y. Serdar Dogulu, PhD
  • John B. (Jack) King, MBA
  • Kris Ramanadhan, PhD