Project Management (November 29th to December 2nd 2022) French Azerbaidjan University by Olivier Gouraud OBJECTIVES: v The aim of the course is to present the general activities related to the Management of Large industrial Projects with respect to Exploration and Production of oil and gas fields, including Technical and Economic aspects. v Examples from the world E&P industry will be provided together with some information on Total SA current projects. v Graduate students, engineers and economists will get useful information to understand the key phases and parameters of such industrial project. COURSE INSTRUCTORS: GOURAUD Olivier TOTAL Mobile FR: +33 6 82 87 84 55 Email : email@example.com Olivier Gouraud was born in Paris on January 12, 1950. He is married with four children. He graduated in 1973 as aeronautical engineer and served 2 years as officer in the French Navy prior joining the “Société Nationale des Pétroles d’Aquitaine” in 1975, which became subsequently Elf Aquitaine, and then Total. From 1975 to 1989, he took various responsibilities as mechanical engineer for the development of Elf Aquitaine offshore fields and was expatriate in Norway for 2 years and in Angola for 5 years where he had the responsibility of the Construction Department. From 1989 to 2010, he developed a position of Business Development Manager in Paris within the Gas and Power Division of Total. Initially in charge of gas sales and transportation contracts negotiations for Total assets in the North Sea, in France and in Italy, he switched to Business Management for gas assets in South East Europe, Turkey and Caspian Area. From September 2010 to December 2012, he was the Gas Commercial Director of Total E&P Azerbaijan BV, expatriate in Baku. During the last 20 years, he delivered several lectures on Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Projects Management to international Master Students on E&P activities within the frame of TPA (TOTAL Professor Associates), a non-profit organization created in 2001 to reinforce the relationships between the petroleum industry and universities/engineering schools. TPA is based in France and has activities in more than 40 countries in the world. Business Skill: Wide experience in oil and gas E&P projects (project developments, Construction, Pipelines and offshore installations and project management (15 years experience, 9 years expatriate). International negotiations in Natural Gas Sales, in Gas Transportation, and in Business Development (20 years experience in Europe 33 and Central Asia) with large experience in Market Evaluation, Asset Management, and international corporate relations. OUTLINE OF THE COURSE PART A: Presentation of Oil & Gas Environment. (1 Days) 1. Presentation of the Oil & Gas Environment 2. Introduction to E&P Operations 3. Challenges PART B: The Preparation of the Sanction of a Development Project (2 Days) 1. Introduction 2. The Field Evaluation 1. Reserves 2. Parties Involved 3. Petroleum Contracts 4. Introduction to economic analysis 3. The Project Development Studies 1. Introduction 2. The Pre Development Studies 1. The Preliminary Studies- Appraisal 2. The Conceptual Studies 3. The Pre-Project Studies 1. FEED (Front End Engineering Design) 2. Contracting Strategy 3. PEP (Project Execution Plan) 4. The decision to Develop PART C: Project execution Phase (2 Days) 1. Project Organisation 2. Operations 3. Cost and Technical Control, HSE PART D: Annexes: 1. Contract Award Process 2. Main Contract Documents COURSE INFORMATION Course Language Key Words Project Management (20 h) English Project, management, oil & gas, organization, contracts, costs, planning, risks, economy, quality • Purpose and Role of the Course • • Main Chapters To provide an overview of upstream oil & gas project selection, decision, definition and execution processes. All main Project Management principles and topics for such large industrial projects are reviewed. They are illustrated by the presentation of actual large upstream projects including film screening of each project. A. Project Fundamentals • Definitions - Characteristics of Projects • Project Life • Principles of Project Economic Evaluation B. Field Development Studies • Objectives, Overall Process • Key Steps, Activities • Project Decision Process C. Project Execution • Definitions, Project Characteristics & Objectives • Main Project Phases • Project Actors and Organization • Contract Strategy • Types of Contract – Contractors Selection • Project Costs • Project Schedule and Progress Control • Risk Management • Project Quality • Safety • Project Functional Acceptance • Experience Feedback and Project Closeout D. Project examples Presentations of actual large oil & gas projects are made as course goes along to illustrate the content: • Franklin Elgin (HP/HT offshore UK) • Shah Deniz (Offshore Azerbaijan) • Girassol Project (Offshore deep water Angola) • South Pars (Offshore/onshore Iran)) • Dalia (Offshore Deep water Angola) Lectures. Students’ participation is solicited. Teaching Method The course is reinforced by a large number of examples and shared of experience. It includes also the display of videos in relation to particular project developments phases The course will require the involvement of the students in respect of various exercises. Test and Examination One quiz with multiple choice questions at the end of the course (45 min) Pre-request Course Engineering background preferable, but not an obligation.