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Advanced Project Management II - FPM63

PetroSkills
Course summary
Length: 5 days
Location: London
Provider: PetroSkills plus
Course type: Open / Scheduled

Course Description

Course Description
Basic Conflict Management Skills for Managers and Leaders

Types of pumps, compressors, and drivers and their common applications and range of operations.; Evaluation and selection of pumps and compressors and their drivers for long-term efficient operations.; Unit and station configuration including multiple trains in series and/or parallel operations.; Integration with upstream and downstream process equipment, local and remote control systems, and facilities utilities.; Key auxiliary systems including monitoring equipment, heat exchangers, lube and seal systems, and fuel/power systems.; Major design, installation, operating, troubleshooting, and maintenance considerations.

Suitability - Who should attend?

Experienced project managers, project engineers, project controls managers, and construction managers who are working on large international projects or about to start new assignments on international projects. Practical case studies will cover the entire spectrum of a large international project and will include offshore and onshore capital investment.

Outcome / Qualification etc.

Why international projects fail and the early warning signs to look for; The principles of project management that ensure project success; How to build a strong and effective Project Management Team (PMT); How to identify and manage project stakeholders; How to conduct business and yourself in the international arena; How to select an effective contracting strategy and the appropriate negotiation style; The practical approach for global engineering, procurement, logistics, fabrication, construction, and commissioning; How to conduct project risk management throughout the entire project lifecycle; How to apply effective leadership and strategy on your international project

Training Course Content

Types of pumps, compressors, and drivers and their common applications and range of operations.; Evaluation and selection of pumps and compressors and their drivers for long-term efficient operations.; Unit and station configuration including multiple trains in series and/or parallel operations.; Integration with upstream and downstream process equipment, local and remote control systems, and facilities utilities.; Key auxiliary systems including monitoring equipment, heat exchangers, lube and seal systems, and fuel/power systems.; Major design, installation, operating, troubleshooting, and maintenance considerations.

Produced Hydrocarbon Fluids; Process Drawings; Production Facility Operations; Basic Physical Principles; Oil and Condensate Processing; Produced Water Treating; Gas Conditioning and Processing; Auxiliary Systems (Gas Lift, Sea Water Treating); STAVANGER / ABERDEEN - Typical North Sea oil and gas producing operations, produced water treating, seawater treating, other offshore topics of general interest; BRISBANE - Gas processing, introduction to Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) processes; MIDLAND - Gas conditioning and processing, sour gas treating, sulfur recovery; PITTSBURGH - Mechanical refrigeration principles and equipment, NGL fractionation and cryogenic NGL recovery

Types of pumps, compressors, and drivers and their common applications and range of operations.; Evaluation and selection of pumps and compressors and their drivers for long-term efficient operations.; Unit and station configuration including multiple trains in series and/or parallel operations.; Integration with upstream and downstream process equipment, local and remote control systems, and facilities utilities.; Key auxiliary systems including monitoring equipment, heat exchangers, lube and seal systems, and fuel/power systems.; Major design, installation, operating, troubleshooting, and maintenance considerations.

Produced Hydrocarbon Fluids; Process Drawings; Production Facility Operations; Basic Physical Principles; Oil and Condensate Processing; Produced Water Treating; Gas Conditioning and Processing; Auxiliary Systems (Gas Lift, Sea Water Treating); STAVANGER / ABERDEEN - Typical North Sea oil and gas producing operations, produced water treating, seawater treating, other offshore topics of general interest; BRISBANE - Gas processing, introduction to Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) processes; MIDLAND - Gas conditioning and processing, sour gas treating, sulfur recovery; PITTSBURGH - Mechanical refrigeration principles and equipment, NGL fractionation and cryogenic NGL recovery

Expenses

The course price depends on the selected location or venue.

In-house training

This course can also be delivered as in-house training for your team at your offices or at any convenient location. PetroSkills can provide you with a flexible and cost-effective solution for your staff training.

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Reviews by course attendees

          (3)
Oil and Gas Professional   |   24/10/2016
Interactive lecture.
          (4)
Oil and Gas Professional   |   24/10/2016
Instructor has many experiences and tells us about them at every subject session.
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Process Engineer   |   26/09/2016
Instructor's knowledge and presentation skills, coming from real experience of project management. Simple and clear, but has depth in it.
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