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The Global EPC project Management Forum 27-28-29-30 November 2023  Netherlands

The Global EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) Project Management Forum is an international conference that brings together professionals from the EPC industry to discuss the latest trends, challenges, and best practices in project management. The forum is attended by experts from a variety of industries, including oil and gas, petrochemicals, power, infrastructure, and construction. Through keynote presentations, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, participants gain insights into the latest techniques and technologies in EPC project management and network with their peers from around the world. The forum provides a valuable platform for professionals to exchange ideas and knowledge, build partnerships, and stay updated on the latest industry developments.

09:00 - 09:30

Project Execution - In search of excellence

• Excellence in project execution realistic start • Out of sequence execution - can we avoid it? • Project predictability - from systems Benchmarks & Team maturity • People @ the center What are we doing at Fluor BV

Lidia Stepanyuk
09:30 - 10:00

Energy Transition (ET) Projects how can EPC contractors smooth & accelerate the FEED to EPC process to meet the needs of ET customers?

• As recently reported the energy transition to mitigate climate change is becoming moreurgent if we are to limit temperature rise to 1.5oC avoid catastrophy , • How can EPC contractors adapt and support this? • How can the FEED to EPC process be open fair and transparent commercially? • What project execution strategies can be utilised to deliver such projects quickly and efficiently? • How can the use of digital delivery tools across the project life cycle support accelerated delivery?

Mark Cowley
10:00 - 10:30

Morning Coffee and Networking

10:30 - 11:00

The role of Human and organizational factors in Asset Management

• Human and organization factors(HOF): The role of Human and • organisational factorsinAsset Management. • Influence of safety management systems on asset and safety • performance • Safety critical communication in asset management • What can we learn from Assetincidents/accidents and the role • ofHOF? • Analysing asset data and promote continual improvement

Mashel Gonyora
11:00 - 11:30

Direct and indirect control of thermal process engineering with a neural network

• Improvement of operations from thermal process engineering with Artificial Intelligence (AI) • Realized optimizations in a pilot project • Practical examples for AI-Prediction and AI-Operator • Data security • Difference between the Uniper-AI-solution and common AI-solutions

Frank Gebhardt
11:30 - 12:00

Enterprise Visualization for CAPEX Projects (Execution & Construction)

• Converge engineering, materials, construction, and financial data in context for end-to-end enterprise visibility • Requirements as a consequence of global change • Need to unify information • Information essential to project teams • Practical example of collaborative architecture • Future aspiration

Ivan Siksne-Pedersen
12:00 - 13:30

Business Lunch

13:30 - 14:00

Contract Management on Mega Projects

• Contract Negotiation and Execution Differences based on Culture • (Pros and Cons) • Involvement of more than 20 countries with more than 100 contracts • Social and Environmental Adaptation • Strategic Procurement tactics • Techniques to be executed to mitigate the risk

Ömer Buğer
14:00 - 14:30

Coffee and Networking

14:30 - 15:00

How much risk should you be taking on your projects?

• Take too much risk and you could incur penalties and lose money. • Take too little risk and you are likely to be uncompetitive. • Scoping the work, developing a schedule, costing the work, establishing a price. • How to prepare for uncertainty and risk. • How to make sure you are taking the right amount of risk. • How to ensure you’re making a profit

Trevor Jay
15:00 - 15:30

The missing link between maintenance and Project

• People Management • Maintenance Processes • Project Management Process • Reliability Process (link between M & P)

Rudi Frederix
15:30 - 16:00

Really collaborating to drive enhanced performance from today's Major-Projects

• The importance of strong and intelligent owners teams • Making everyone successful together = project success • Empowering the frontline to drive performance not just progress everyday • Proactive management of the supply chain, controlling today's most significant risk • The critical importance of digital to enabling it al

Guy Turner
16:00 - 16:30

Project Cost Increases & Mitigation Strategies

• Insolvency • Performance Excuses • Foreseeability • Price Adjustment • Delay • Increased Costs

Daniel Hoffiz
16:30 - 17:00

Demystifying the transition from EPC to EPCM - The what, why and how?

• Current industry challenges • EPC & EPCM – benefits and challenges of each delivery model • Which model works best for your needs

Tanu shanker
17:00 - 17:30

Eni Rewind experiences in decommissioning of tall structures

Mariangela Venco

09:00 - 09:30

Modular projects: design and delivery"

Herve Baron
09:30 - 10:00

Claims Management for Multi-Jurisdictional EPC Projects

• What are the key risks and challenges in multijurisdictional EPC Projects in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East? • What are the potential claims in EPC Projects? • EPC Contract Negotiation – How to achieve optimal balancebetween owner and contractor? • What are the dispute avoidance strategies? • How should you manage claims and prepare for dispute resolution? • How can you enforce the arbitration award or judgment against a State-owned employer?

Prateek Bagaria
10:00 - 10:30

Morning Coffee and Networking

10:30 - 11:00

Risk management for floating offshore wind farms

• Different from fixed-bottom offshore wind farms • Business case sensitivities • Interface management • Operational challenges • Geographical expansion and cultural risks

Pepijn Docter
11:00 - 11:30

Maximize Business Value on your Project Portfolio

- Industry Performance & Pitfalls - Project portfolio Selection & Optimization - Seamless integration with Turnarounds (STO)- Digitalization as a Solution

Jens Dickmeis
11:30 - 12:00

Minimizing EPC Disputes: collaboration between Owner & Contractor

· How to properly translate risk ownership into risk allocation · Preventing or addressing disputes before formal dispute resolution · Sharing best practices, experiences and key learnings

Gavin Lock Lee
12:00 - 01:30

Business Lunch

13:30 - 14:00

Offshore Wind Farm Installation Contracts –challenges when mixing BiMCO with FIDIC

• Dealing with delays • Knock-for-(almost)-knock • Payments • Seabed problems

Jacob C. Jorgensen
14:00 - 14:30

EPC contract in renewable energy

· Volatile : IPP and EPC Contractor · Focus on Solar projects contractual scheme · Impact of project financing onto EPC contracts · Synergies between procurement and contract

Kevin Danton
14:30 - 15:00

Afternoon Tea and Networking Break

15:00 - 15:30

Keep Projects on track during Front-End Engineering , Construction and Start up

• Be patient in the Front-End-Engineering and specify correctly the requiered achievments • Keep change requests as low as possible, there are many whises which will blow up a project • Respect new technologies but don’t over estimate the savings it could be end up in the opposite • Have a clear stratetgy for the design, procurement, construction and start up • Keep in mind the resource shortages, knowledge, skills and long delivery times

Heinz Janiec
15:30 - 16:00

Collaborative Principles for Better Gavin Lock Lee CP Projects - Contract Management Specialist Shell · How to properly translate risk ownership into risk allocation · Preventing or addressing disputes before formal dispute resolution · Sharing best practices, experiences and key learnings Supply Chain Practice in Managing Projects

The rationale for collaborative business practices across supply chains and why collaboration can be the jewel in the crown for organisations in the private, public and 3rd sectors. ·Collaborative arrangements: Different supply chain perspectives, drivers and interdependencies · Raising the game - the CRAFT 8 Stage Life Cycle Model and ISO 44001: The evolution and emergence of a new global standard for collaborative working in managing projects. · The importance of stakeholder engagement in harnessing the benefits of collaborative working practices · Commercial risk and pricing considerations associated with collaborative versus traditional contracting arrangements in managing projects. · Pan-industry supply chain collaboration: An exemplar case study of solutions developed by and for the energy sector

Norman K McLennan
16:00 - 16:30

The outlook for EPC in the energy sector

Audun Martinsen
16:30 - 17:00

Integrating Sustainability in Construction Contracts.

• Sustainability in major projects - what does good look like? • How Procurement can play a key role in integrating sustainability from an early phase of a project? • How Contract Management can support the realisation of a project's sustainability objectives? • How to put sustainability on the agenda in your project?

René Søegaard

09:00 - 09:30

Lessons Learned in Projects Lifecycle Management

• Purpose and principles • Features, application and templates • Reference case • Digital transformation

Akachidike Kanu
09:30 - 10:00

It’s time for new thinking

• The state of commercial capability in E&C today – insights from WorldCC benchmarks • Current approaches cannot address market needs – and executives demand more • Uncertainty management and contract design • Driving performance through integrated contract, governance and relationship

Adrian Furner
10:00 - 10:30

Morning Coffee and Networking

10:30 - 11:00

Using Artificial Intelligence to reduce cost overruns in EPC projects

• Main causes of EPC project failures. • Types of Artificial Intelligence and its applications to reduce the risk of cost overruns. • Demonstration of an AI tool for automatic planning of EPC projects.

Jose Corrales Perez
11:00 - 11:30

Digitalization benefits to Oil & Gas Engineering

• Engineering Database for Oil & Gas Projects; • Digital Twin in Oil & Gas Engineering Projects – •Design new and transform existing plants for a digital future. • E&P Industry – Overview and Scenarios. • Key elements that define the digital landscape: Data, technology, new ways of working and new business models. • Priorities of E&P Industry for Automation and Digitalization. • Road Map for E&P industry

Mark Langerhorst
11:30 - 12:00

Asset Life-Cycle phases and related EPC project activities.

Detail requirements in EPC projects for holistic approach of LifeCycle management including: •Building reliability engineering for maintenance •Facilitating asset condition management enablers •Setting bases of work execution management •Being ready for leadership from early stages

Ahmed Abdel-Zaher Khalifa
12:00 - 13:30

Business Lunch

13:30 - 14:00

Transformation in EPC Industry , During & B yond Crisis

• Whats driving Digital Transformation in the EPC Market ? • Some of the Key industry Transformational trends unfolding in the EPC industry over the recent Years • Tips for successful Digital Transformation • Blockers to Digitalization • Overcoming the blockers • Case study

Sudipta Mohanty
14:00 - 14:30

Recognising the ‘true value’ of knowledge management within EPC project environment

· Viewing knowledge as a key project asset and resource: acore competency · Theoretical foundations of knowledge management (knowledge types, dynamic nature, context driven) · Implications of pandemic on the working environment within EPC projects · Need to remember the importance of people as knowledge holders within a digital project environment · Recognising that an effective flow of knowledge aids decisions, provides competitive advantage, facilitates sharing and long term learning (inter and intra project) · Key characteristics of a knowledge management strategy

Craig Thomson
14:30 - 15:00

Afternoon Tea and Networking Break

15:00 - 15:30

Agile Waterfalls are constructing a Sun on Earth

•What is ITER? Not your typical mega project •Agile? Waterfall? How about both? •Agile Waterfalls! •Expect the unexpected •A look to the future

Ricketts Colette
15:30 - 16:00

Factors affecting successful FEED

Project scope of work, Code and standard, Involvement of the stake holders, selection criteria of the engineering contractor, FEED schedule and timing.

Sherif El Nabawy
16:00 - 16:30

Future and Challenges of Project Controls Digitalization

• The status of EPC project controls; from inaccurate to misleading • Do we have enough data and tools to replace the current practices? • A model framework for project controls that relies on data analytics • The challenges that face the transformation and digitalization

Mohamed El-Mehalawi

Attendee List

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  • Date : November 27, 2023 - November 30, 2023
  • Time : 08:00 - 18:00 (UTC+0)
  • Reg. Deadline : November 28, 2023 12:00 am