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|Petroleum Project Management: Principles and Practices - PPM|
Discipline: Project Management
Duration: 5 days
Instructor(s): J. Brett, Sally Jabaley, Juan Malave
Successful petroleum operations need a blend of technology, business savvy, and people skills. If you have a firm grasp of exploration or production technology, boost its impact by applying project management techniques. Running a staged program that integrates reservoir modelling, production estimating, drilling, and facility design is challenging. The tools and techniques covered in this course will help you meet that challenge.
Upon completion, you will know how to:
Instruction, guided discussions and in-depth work tasks are used. You may choose a case study from several real-life situations that are based on the instructor's petroleum experience. Or you may bring the details of one of your own current programs.
"Lecturer was very passionate to teach and answer our questions." - Project Coordinator, Japan
Exploration and production personnel with a background in geoscience, petroleum engineering or drilling should attend. If you are a facilities engineer, we refer you to our Project Management for Engineering and Construction (FPM22) and Project Management for Upstream Field Development (FPM2) courses.
You Will Learn:
J. Ford Brett is recognized worldwide as a leader in the area of Petroleum Project and Process Management. A registered Professional Engineer and a certified Project Management Professional, Mr. Brett has consulted in over 32 countries on five continents. Formerly, Mr. Brett worked with Amoco Production Company where he specialized in drilling projects in the Bering Sea, North Slope of Alaska, Gulf of Mexico, offshore Trinidad and Wyoming. He has received many honors, including the 2000 Crosby Medallion for Global Competitiveness by the American Society for Competitiveness for its work in 'global competitiveness through quality in knowledge management, best practices transfer, and operations improvement.' For his work on improved drilling techniques he was also honored in 1996 with a nomination for the National Medal of Technology, the US Government's highest technology award. In 2010, he advised the US Department of Interior as one of seven reviewers of the 30 Day Study immediately following the BP Gulf of Mexico Tragedy, and in 2011-2012 he served on the National Academy Committee to advise the US Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), charged with evaluating the Effectiveness of Safety and Environmental Management Systems for Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Operations.
Mr. Brett has authored or co-authored over 30 technical publications, and has been granted over 30 US and International patents - including several patents relating to elimination of 'Drill Bit Whirl' (which the Oil and Gas Journal Listed as one of the 100 most significant developments in the history of the petroleum industry). In 1999 the Society of Petroleum Engineers honored him as a Distinguished Lecturer. He served on the SPE International Board of Directors 2007 to 2010 where he served as Drilling and Completions Technical Director. Mr. Brett holds a BS in mechanical engineering and physics from Duke University as well as an MS in Engineering from Stanford University and an MBA from Oklahoma State University.
MS. SELMA A. (SALLY) JABALEY is a Senior Engineering Manager with expertise in management of engineering departments. She specializes in engineering, procurement and construction of oil and gas facilities projects, evaluation and due diligence of oil and gas projects for participation and implementation, and optimization of mature oil and gas fields. She is currently the Owner and Principal of Jabaley Consulting LLC, a company that does consultant work for Shell, as well as companies in Africa, the Middle East, and other locations around the globe. She is an SPE Gulf Coast Section, Projects, Facilities, and Construction study group member and past Chairman, and was awarded their Distinguished Contributions to Projects, Facilities, and Construction award in 2008. She has earned a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. In 2008, Ms. Jabaley was inducted into the Georgia Tech Academy of Distinguished Engineering Alumni, and now serves as an advisory board member for the Georgia Tech Civil and Environmental Engineering department.
MR. JUAN C. MALAVE is an accomplished multilingual executive with a proven track record in program/project management, contracts management and business development for major EPC capital projects and operations providing leadership and direction for more than (thirty) 30 years in the oil, gas, LNG, and petrochemical industry. He has expertise developing and implementing strategic direction and management for large projects (typically more than $500MM). Mr. Malave has proven success optimizing project front end development, engineering, planning, project controls and project execution and hands on experience in general management, human resources, products line responsibility, service operations and finance. He has had major roles opening and growing successful operations in several countries. His experience includes deployment, implementation and enforcement of company corporate policies and procedures in all areas including, HSSEQ guidelines and working with local subsidiaries to oversee and control operations of business development budgets and sales forecasts, which resulted in an increase in the number of clients, contract awards and revenues. He has extensive knowledge of IOCs and NOCs and multinational oil and gas service providers worldwide. Mr. Malave has experience working with projects and operations teams and leading international management teams with diverse cultural backgrounds working in different contracting environments. Mr. Malave has a BS in physical metallurgy from the Material Science and Engineering Dept. of Washington State University.
In-House Course Presentations
All courses are available for in-house presentation to individual organizations. In-house courses may be structured the same as the public versions or tailored to meet your requirements. Special courses on virtually any petroleum-related subject can be arranged specifically for in-house presentation. For further information, contact our In-House Training Coordinator at one of the numbers listed below.
Telephone 1- 832 426 1234
Facsimile 1- 832 426 1244
Public Course Presentations
How to contact PetroSkills:
1-800-821-5933 toll-free in North America or
Address P.O. Box 35448, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74153-0448, U.S.A