Participants on this training seminar will gain a good understanding of the concept selection, engineering, functional, processing, construction, project management and cost aspects of oil and gas production and export facilities. The training seminar will prepare participants to work with and within multi-disciplinary teams involved in the planning and construction of oil and gas facilities, including of: in-field gathering equipment, processing plant, pipelines, offshore platforms, and subsea facilities. The training seminar also provides an insight into the roles of the diverse scientific, technical, commercial and business disciplines that contribute to the wider scope of field development planning and execution, with whom development and facilities engineers must communicate and collaborate.
By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:
The training seminar is relevant to participants from a wide range of backgrounds, including those working within development and facilities engineering, as well as those from other technical and not-technical backgrounds that need to understand the role of development and facilities engineering.
DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTS AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
FIELD DEVELOPMENT PLANNING
SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT AND CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY