Generating Value Through Better Project Design and Execution
Monday, 2 May
Technical / Poster Session
The session’s focus will be on identifying downside risks and design alternatives across multiple project types and geographies. Poor design and execution can cause projects to run behind schedule and over budget. Better planning and improved operational excellence can help mitigate such project risks. This session includes multiple papers on risk management, project evaluation, digitalization, and standardization that illustrate how better design and execution can reduce risks and boost economic returns. Presented papers include both theoretical analysis and real-world case studies.
- Marine Technology Society (MTS)
0930-0952 31843Standardization Of Procurement Equipment Specifications: Establishing A Strong Foundation For Oil & Gas Capital Project Development And Delivery
0952-1014 31888LLOG Praline Tieback Execution: Fast-paced Project Execution Delivered By Collaborative Project Management Techniques.
1014-1036 31707The Interception Of A Lost Leg In Brazilian Deep Waters
1036-1058 31939Zero Base Budgeting Applied To Oilwell Construction
1058-1120 32026Above Ground Risks-Recognizing And Managing Its Impact To Project Value
1120-1142 31718Overall Risk: An Effective Approach In Project Management And Decision Making
1142-1204 32093Integrated Operation Performance And Optimization Analysis Based On Technical Limit And Invisible Lost Time