Project Management Guide

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Editions TECHNIP, 2010 - Technology & Engineering - 118 pages
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The purpose of this book is to provide some understanding and guidelines on the way medium sized and large Projects in an international environment can be initiated and managed. Its content is based on the collective experience of the authors obtained during the last forty years with an International Oil & Gas Company, with the rest spent with engineering and construction contractors.
 

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Contents

Preamble
1
Risks Always present for all and any Project
23
The initial phases of the Project Decision to proceed
29
The Project Organisation
37
The contracting phase Reviewing different types
47
HS objectives and human dimension
69
Scheduling the Project Preparing and followup
75
Cost monitoring the Work Breakdown Structure
83
Quality assurance and Quality control
89
The construction phase Relationships with suppliers
93
Training for project and operation When to start?
99
Key definitions
107
About the Authors
119
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FERNET Gabriel

Gabriel Fernet, spent his entire professional career with Total, as a lawyer and negotiator. After the negotiation of exploration permits (Uranium, Oil & Gas), he was mainly involved in development projects: Alwyn (UK), Hidra (Argentina), Yadana (Burma), etc. He has given Project Management courses with Total Professeurs Associés (TPA) in Jordan (for Iraki students), Iran, Indonesia and China.

DUCROS Marc

Marc Ducros, after seven years spent with Technip and nearly two years with UHDE France, joined Total in 1976 as head of E&P Project Assessment. He was then assigned as a manager in Paris and Asia. He has given Project Management courses with Total Professeurs Associés (TPA) and with IFP-training.

 

 

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