How to Avoid Surprises During a Turnaround and Deliver Your Brownfield Project Successfully
Plant modification or brownfield projects have always been a challenge. These projects are subject to surprises during the construction phase. There are several techniques that can be used to minimize these surprises and help the project engineer or project manager deliver a successful project.
Provide participants a few tools to help them manage their brownfield projects successfully
Discuss why brownfield projects are a challenge to manage successfully
Describe the unique activities/deliverables associated with a brownfield project
Explain one of the biggest Brownfield project challenges
Apply the principles of Due Diligence on a brownfield project
What Will Attendees Learn?
Why plant modification or brownfield projects are a challenge to deliver successfully
The unique features of a brownfield project and how to effectively manage them
A key technique that can be used to minimize surprises once construction starts
Who Should Attend?
Individuals involved with plant modification or brownfield projects will benefit from this webinar, as well as project engineers, project managers, plant engineering professionals, operations staff, maintenance staff, etc.
About the Presenter
MR. PETE LUAN has over 25 years of international upstream project management experience. He has also consulted for the past 10 years helping energy companies improve their management of capital projects. He has an extensive track record of helping E&P companies improve their capital project performance. He has been particularly successful with those clients who are faced with large capital projects and require a step-change in organizational capabilities. Pete is a facilitator and advisor to top management, many of whom continue to seek his advice even after the development of their project organizations has been completed. He has worked with numerous strategy, project execution plan development, risk management, Lessons Learned, stakeholder alignment, etc. Pete worked for Amoco Production Co. managing major capital projects in Azerbaijan, the Middle East, and Latin America. He holds a BS and an MS in Mechanical Engineering with higher honors from Rice University and has completed management training at Harvard Business School. He is PMP certified.