Interactive Pre-Conference Workshop Day: Sunday, 11 February 2018

8:00 AM - 8:55 AM Registration, welcome refreshments and networking

8:55 AM - 9:00 AM IQPC welcome remarks

KOC IMPLEMENTATION OF PROJECT GATE SYSTEM (PGS) ON CAPITAL ENGINEERING PROJECTS

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The Project Gate System (PGS) process is the governing framework used by KOC for selecting, planning and managing capital engineering programmes in a consistent and disciplined manner. Attend this session to gain insight on how the PGS process outlines the approach to be used for developing and progressing all new KOC business opportunities from initiation of a proposed project to the delivery of an operational facility.

Learn about PGS process:
  • The stages of the capital project lifecycle
  • The high-level activities for each PGS process stage, and their mutual relationships with the consequent stage
  • The key deliverables required for each PGS process stage
  • The key decision points (stage gates), assessment reviews and gate keeper approvals required for the project to proceed

By attending the workshop you will get guidance for the development and execution of projects over their lifecycle to ensure continued alignment with the company’s strategic, financial and operating requirements.

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Networking lunch

PROJECT GATE SYSTEM (PGS) - RESULTS AND INFORMATION

Results, observations, conclusions:
The level of activity undertaken at each stage will depend upon the nature of the business opportunity in terms of the programme, engineering complexity, cost, delivery timeline and execution risks. KOC paper in this regard will be reviewing the following elements or concepts:
  • Introduction & history of KOC - PGS
  • PGS road map
  • KOC lessons learned from the implementation of PGS since 2009
  • Project Review Committee – PRC roles & responsibilities
  • Paper final conclusions and recommendations

Novel / Additive information:
The level of information and data that are captured per projects per stage are enormous starting from:
  • Project identification
  • Preparations of project feasibility study
  • Drafting statement of requirements
  • Preparations of FEED documents
  • Organising project tender document package
  • Project execution
  • Operating & monitoring the projects

Attend this workshop and learn about:
  • Prioritising the roles and responsibilities at the functional level to avoid any functional discrepancy during project execution
  • Best practices to solve the operational challenges of the EPC construction project
  • Strategies to efficiently plan and manage resources for timely completion of project
  • Developing contingency plans and identifying best methods to deal with project delays

Who should attend this workshop:
  • Head of major projects
  • Head of capital projects
  • Head of projects / project directors
  • EPC project directors / managers
  • FEED consultants / engineers
  • Tenders / proposals managers / team leaders


Workshop Leader:

Yousef Sabri

TPL Planning Specialist, Capital Programme Planning Group
Kuwait Oil Company(KOC)

4:00 PM - 4:00 PM End of pre-workshop day