Project Integration Management Oz Assignments

Project Integration Management Oz Assignments

Project Integration Management Oz Assignments

Introduction

The program charter documents along with tracks the required information by the decision maker to approve for the program funding. This charter is included of program needs, scope, details of the program budget and duration and the program sponsor proceeds with the program. Into this program charter, it is main role of the program manager to determine and create of initial phase of the project. This charter provides with a brief description of the program so that the reader can understand the purpose of Airborne oil and gas program. Budget estimation and schedule plan helps to determine entire project cost so that the program marketing management plan should finish on the planned timeframe and there are no delays in the program.

Program overview

The program is based on Airborne oil and gas which is commenced of qualification program of the thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) for deepwater as well as dynamic applications. This specific program provided rise behavior as well as installation analysis. It is aimed to provide with pipe technology for the international deepwater applications. The main purpose of this program is to design and install of technology to provide with complete solutions to the program clients. TCP is a cost effective materials for the application, cost effective for the transport which are installed with the light vessels and permits quicker termination into the field. TCP is lead to compel with the business causes for the application, and reduction of cost installed. The lightweight of TCP flow line is being supplied into longer lengths and spooled on the transport drums.

Justification of business need

The Oilfield technology company Airborne oil and gas has started of its qualification program of thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) Riser for the purpose of deepwater applications into South America. This particular program was being started into collaboration with Subsea 7. As per the Airborne oil and gas, with knowledge of the materials, the company can able to work with the supply chain to develop of materials combination for each application. The main objective of this qualification program is to offer new disruptive riser pipe technology to offshore workers occupied into the international deepwater applications. The rise design of TCP is offered of total installation at lower cost as compared to the existing solutions. Within this program, Subsea 7 is being engaged into conducting of TCP riser analysis of both behavior as well as installation.

Program Scope

The scope of this Airborne oil and gas program is include with delivering the 550 meters TCP flow line, offshore installation, engineering along with field support. TCP flow line is being installed in 30 meters of the water depth which are connected two of the platforms that are located offshore of Malaysia. The scope of this program is also included of testing of materials, prototype testing, offshore installation testing. There is proper development in addition to testing of the integrated optical fiber conditions monitoring along with up scaling of the pipe technology.

Duration

WBS

Task Name

Duration

Start

Finish

0

Airborne Oil and Gas Program

100 days

Tue 2/7/17

Mon 6/26/17

1

Program planning and processes

11 days

Tue 2/7/17

Tue 2/21/17

1.1

Introducing and planning for program success

3 days

Tue 2/7/17

Thu 2/9/17

1.2

Peer review and post implementation review

2 days

Fri 2/10/17

Mon 2/13/17

1.3

Execution of plan and improving practices

4 days

Tue 2/14/17

Fri 2/17/17

1.4

Pre-feasibility and feasibility checklists

2 days

Mon 2/20/17

Tue 2/21/17

2

Program implementation and control

18 days

Wed 2/22/17

Fri 3/17/17

2.1

Cost, schedule and control

2 days

Wed 2/22/17

Thu 2/23/17

2.2

Facilitating the risks and safety

4 days

Fri 2/24/17

Wed 3/1/17

2.3

Managing the oil field development

7 days

Thu 3/2/17

Fri 3/10/17

2.4

Risk management

5 days

Mon 3/13/17

Fri 3/17/17

2.4.1

Marginal field and subsurface risks

2 days

Mon 3/13/17

Tue 3/14/17

2.4.2

Subsea development

3 days

Wed 3/15/17

Fri 3/17/17

3

Project execution phase

53 days

Mon 3/20/17

Wed 5/31/17

3.1

Detailed oil and gas engineering details

10 days

Mon 3/20/17

Fri 3/31/17

3.2

Pipeline installation

12 days

Mon 4/3/17

Tue 4/18/17

3.3

Facilities construction

9 days

Wed 4/19/17

Mon 5/1/17

3.4

Drilling operations

7 days

Tue 5/2/17

Wed 5/10/17

3.5

Production operations

8 days

Thu 5/11/17

Mon 5/22/17

3.6

Decommissioning

7 days

Tue 5/23/17

Wed 5/31/17

4

Project closure plan

18 days

Thu 6/1/17

Mon 6/26/17

4.1

Final program review

7 days

Thu 6/1/17

Fri 6/9/17

4.2

Final program report

10 days

Mon 6/12/17

Fri 6/23/17

4.3

Sign off the program management plan

1 day

Mon 6/26/17

Mon 6/26/17

Budget estimate

WBS

Task Name

Cost

0

Airborne Oil and Gas Program

$24,304.00

1

Program planning and processes

$3,368.00

1.1

Introducing and planning for program success

$840.00

1.2

Peer review and post implementation review

$832.00

1.3

Execution of plan and improving practices

$1,184.00

1.4

Pre-feasibility and feasibility checklists

$512.00

2

Program implementation and control

$3,072.00

2.1

Cost, schedule and control

$832.00

2.2

Facilitating the risks and safety

$320.00

2.3

Managing the oil field development

$1,232.00

2.4

Risk management

$688.00

2.4.1

Marginal field and subsurface risks

$160.00

2.4.2

Subsea development

$528.00

3

Project execution phase

$13,888.00

3.1

Detailed oil and gas engineering details

$3,760.00

3.2

Pipeline installation

$3,072.00

3.3

Facilities construction

$1,584.00

3.4

Drilling operations

$1,120.00

3.5

Production operations

$2,560.00

3.6

Decommissioning

$1,792.00

4

Project closure plan

$3,976.00

4.1

Final program review

$1,960.00

4.2

Final program report

$1,600.00

4.3

Sign off the program management plan

$416.00

Assumptions, constraints and risks

Assumptions:

1. It is assumed that the program manager can successfully complete entire plan on time as per scheduled time frame.
2. It is assumed that there are no over the capital budget of the cost, as proper planning is done.
3. There are accurate hire of program team members those are expertise into advanced technology implementation.
4. The program deliverables are delivered on time as per client’s requirements.
5. There are proper update of installation and testing of the qualification programme as per scheduled time.

Constraints:

1. Scope:It is occurred when the project is not on track and not meetings with the project requirements, then required project deliverables are not delivered on time.

2. Resource:It is occurred when the hired resources are not able to work into the program as they have lack of knowledge and expertise to work into the project, therefore there is required to hire more people as per technical expertise and program requirements.

3. Schedule:It is occurred when there is addition of extra resources into the project, which causes more activities to be added into the final project plan. Proper scheduling is required in this case.

Risks:

1. Lack of support from the executive team: There is lack of support from the top level management to motivate the team members to participate into the qualification program.

2. Budget risk: There are additional resources are added into the program so that the estimated budget becomes over budgeted.

3. Schedule risk:The schedule of the project is delayed when any of the project resources have taken leave suddenly from the program. Huge delay into the program plan causes unsuccessful installation of pipe technology.

4. Communication issue:All the project stakeholders are not communicated with each other properly, therefore there are high communicational gap among the project team members.

5. Technology issue:There is lack of design blueprint of entire work, and there is improper maintenance of the pipe technology.

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