Ipma Level B Report

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FULL SURFACE FIRE FIGHTING FACILITIES PROJECT AT DAS ISLAND

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PROJECT REPORT

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10.0 11.0 12.0 13.0

Description / Title Introduction Definitions and Salient Points Employer’s Background Project Background Project Context and Scope of Work Project Objectives Project Organization Project Complexity and Interfaces Project Risks Project Management Challenges Role and Responsibilities of the Project Manager Post-Project Appraisal Lessons Learnt

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ATTACHMENTS Attachment 1 Attachment 2 Attachment 3 Attachment 4 Attachment 5 Attachment 6 Attachment 7 Attachment 8 Attachment 9 Attachment 10 Attachment 11 Attachment 12 Attachment 13 Attachment 14 Project Scope Simplified diagram Employer’s Organization Chart Project Organization Chart Project Execution Plan Project Coordination Procedure Project document Register (first page only) Project Procurement Register (first page only) Project Schedule and Sample Progress Reports Project Risk Assessment (print-out) Variation Orders 01-02-03 Project Contribution Report Client Appreciation Letter and PM’s Response Client Safety Award Client Bulletin of October 2003

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1.0 Introduction This report is written along the guidelines required by the International Project Management Association in support of author’s application for IPMA’s Level “B” accreditation. In accordance with these guidelines, the report will touch on the technical aspects of the project in a brief manner and would give more emphasis on its management challenges, complexity, and risk augmented by its Oil and Gas environment. The project in question resulted in the installation and commissioning of Full Surface Fire Fighting Facilities in the Crude Oil tank farm of Das Island (shown on the cover page of this Report), a concept implemented for the first time in the oil industry worldwide. The Project Background and Scope of Work sections of the Report will address the problem that led to the implementation of the project and the solution offered by the Project. The Report will also try to familiarize the reader with the various components encompassed within the sphere of the project: the interested parties, client and contractor in particular, project organization, the Project Manager and his role, and the project constraints. The Project Manager, author of this report and representative of the contractor, was assigned on the job three months after its commencement, following Employer’s decision to replace the initially assigned PM. The Report will focus on the complexity elements of the project, its prime risk factors and the way they were managed, and will refer to the various project management tools that were deployed throughout its life cycle. It will also attempt to reflect the competencies that were applied towards managing the project in an optimal manner. Also addressed in this Report are the Project Objectives, Post-Project Appraisal, Lessons Learnt, and selected documents are attached for the purpose of supporting narrated contents or providing further information. 2.0 Definitions and Salient points Project : Full Surface Fire Fighting Facilities (consisting of a scope mutually agreed between the client and the contractor) : Engineering, (EPC). Procurement, and Construction

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Client and Project Owner

: Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMAOPCO), representing the shareholders (Asset Owners).

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Asset Owners

: Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) 60% & British Petroleum (BP) - 14.67% & Total - 13.33% & Japan Oil Development Co. (JODCO) - 12% : National (NPCC). Petroleum Construction Company

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