CodeDateVenueEarly Bird FeeFee
PD50923 - 27 Nov 2020Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) SGD 2999 SGD 3199 Remind me of Course Dates

Code

PD509

Date

23 - 27 Nov 2020

Venue

Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)

Early Bird Fee

SGD 2,999

Fee

SGD 3,199

About this Training Course

In the Oil & Gas construction and procurement business, the success of your project is dependent on your practical “know how” in contract management. Understanding the essential ingredients of contracts and mastering the fundamentals will equip you to identify vague contracts, avoid dangerous and often hidden terms, and better understand your position and your project.

This 5 half-day VILT training course covers important topics such as contracting strategies, liabilities of the parties, issues of indemnity warranties and guarantees. This course will provide you with a forum to explore root causes behind disputes as ambiguous clauses or one sided contracts and strategies to deal with such scenarios.

This course is facilitated to learn how to negotiate rigid contracts where contractors are not allowed to edit any clauses during the bidding process.   The participants will learn from the Case Law Reports and analysis so as to take home lessons learned from bitter experiences of the peers in the industry. It is designed to help those who need a solution to manage current contractual issues or those who execute contracts on a daily basis and want to be more proficient in reviewing, administering or managing their contracts and projects.

*Training will be delivered in 3.5 hours per day with 2 breaks lasting 10 minutes each

By attending this VILT course, you will be able to:

  • Enhance your current knowledge of the legal principles governing international Contracts from formation, execution to breaches, redresses and dispute resolution either as a party or as a consortium member or as a co-venturer.
  • Manage Consortium and Joint Venture Partners inter-relationship and contractual responsibilities.
  • Identify dangerous exposures due to joint and severally liable requirements of consortium based contracts.
  • Effectively Manage Risks of Your Projects, With Enforceable Contract Documents, by learning the purpose and potential benefits of maintaining evidence in compliance to the contract clauses.
  • Learn the Contract Enforcement Nuggets of Owners and the Variation Claims Strategies of the Contractors from a practitioner, who has worked and consulted, for major EPCIC contractors in Oil & Gas segments and Offshore & Marine, construction yards.
  • Allocation of contract management related roles / assignments and WBS within consortium partners for effective project management and profitable results.
  • Use of Contract Terms & Conditions for enhancing project performance, monitoring, reporting and achieving timely completion, thereby avoiding delays and disputes.

 

On completion of the course, the participants will be able to apply the following:

  • How to manage Consortium Partners, Contractors and Owners representatives
  • Project management strictly in accordance with the contract and the corporate strategies
  • How to ensure that Variations Order claims are appropriately managed in turnkey and lump-sum contracts
  • Manage contemporary challenges and market factors with direct or indirect impact on the contracts
  • Managing all members of the Supply Chain from vendors to logistics services providers
  • Cost Engineering and Performance Management
  • When and how to obtain / grant extension of time (EOT) and costs
  • Ability to identify rights and obligations of each party to a contract instead of making subjective decisions
  • Ability to be firm in negotiations without violating terms of the agreements
  • Ability to spot different legal systems, contract laws and arbitration rules
  • Ability to negotiate and avoidance of disputes and resolution in amicable manner, in accordance with the provisions of the contract
  • Competency in developing and maintaining documentary evidence and traceability for all works executed during the project.

This VILT course will be useful and applicable for:

  • Contracts Managers
  • Corporate Legal Counsels
  • General Managers and Project Managers
  • Heads of EPCIC Business Units
  • Lawyers and Legal Professionals interested in EPCIC Segments of the Oil & Gas Industry
  • Procurements and Supply Chain Managers
  • Project Directors

UNIQUE course features:

  • Encompasses Complete Value Chain: The contractual, management and legal aspects during the infrastructure development stages of Design, Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation and Commissioning will be elaborated during the workshop.
  • Problem Based Learning: Unlike lectured courses, this workshop is specially developed based on the request from Clients, to use real life cases in Oil & Gas industry segments, for grasping the International Legal Principles of different legal regimes and the substantive Laws of Contracts.
  • Expert Workshop Leader: The course content is developed by an expert practitioner who has worked in the wide spectrum of the EPCIC segments, both Onshore and Offshore.
  • Researched Content: The workshop content is grounded in the recently completed projects in the international arena, but which were exposed to unplanned risks, legal exposures, cost overruns, delays and disputes.
  • Practical and focused: The course uses a ‘Logical Project Management Approach’ to enhance the contract risks identification skills.
  • Value added experience: Your learning experience includes a Pre-workshop Questionnaire (PQ) to help you identify key learning objectives in advance and an opportunity to submit your own case for dissection and analysis during the workshop (If you register early!)
  • Comprehensive Course Materials: A selected range of reference materials and links to valuable resources will be available for each participant, for ensuring long term benefits of attending this workshop.

Your course leader is a practising Chartered Arbitrator and Principal Management Consultant. He specialises in the fields of corporate management consultancy, international contracts reviews and Alternative Dispute Resolutions. Over a 43-year period, he has worked and consulted in the industry verticals encompassing, Oil & Gas majors, EPCIC Contractors, Construction Projects, Shipping, Logistics & Warehousing, and international shipyards. He has also worked as a consultant to the Infrastructure Development Projects, Oil & Gas Pipe Laying Contracts, Ports, Offshore Supply Bases, Shipyards and Owners of Oil & Gas Tankers, Dry Bulkers, Drill Ships, OSVs and FPSO’s.

His consulting expertise traverses through Business Process Re-engineering, Diversifications, Corporate Development, Project Management, Feasibility Studies, Dispute Resolutions and Market Research. He has been engaged for strategic planning, including assignments like due
diligence, resolving various operational issues, consortium contracts reviews, cost controls, project management matters and enhancement of procurement and supply chain management systems. He has successfully assisted offshore E & P clients in managing disputes arising from various international EPCIC projects, contracts for rig building, ships upgrading & conversion projects. He continues to be actively engaged in claims reviews, adjudication, mediation, arbitration, litigation and expert witness related assignments, arising from international construction contracts and Charterparty Agreements.

He has held positions of General Manager and Consultant with major Shipyards and Managing Director, General Manager and Senior Manager, with the companies from construction industry, heavy engineering fabrications, and marine & offshore services sectors. He was responsible for
the projects related to the works on Offshore Vessels refurbishment, FPSO Conversions, Gas Tanker Repairs, Process Modules engineering, Lateral Gas and Oil Pipelines’ and other (EPCIC) construction related works. He has developed special methodologies for managing CMGD (Complex, Multiple, Geographically Dispersed) projects.

He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, MBA in General Management, Master of Technology in Knowledge Engineering and Master of Science in Maritime Studies. He holds professional qualifications in arbitration law, contract law and marine engineering, including the Chief Engineer’s First Class Certificate of Competency. He is currently engaged in the field of intellectual property, trademarks, copyrights and patents protection related studies and investments treaty related matters.

He is ‘Fellow’, Asian Institute of ADR (‘FAIADR’); Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, (‘FCIArb’); Member, Maritime Law Association of Singapore, Fellow, Hong Kong Institute of Directors (FHKIoD) and Member, Singapore Institute of Directors (M.S.I.D.) He is also a Member of Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN), USA and several other organisations.

He regularly undertakes appointments as Arbitrator for resolving international disputes. He is admitted to the panel of arbitrators with ACICA & AMTAC, Sydney, Australia; AIAC, Malaysia; DIAC, Dubai, (UAE); KCAB, Korea; SCCA, Saudi Arabia; SCMA, Singapore; HKIAC, Hong Kong; LCIA, London, UK; VIAC, Vienna, Austria; ICA, Delhi, India; WIPO Arbitration & Mediation Centre; and Past Member, ICCA, PCA Hague, Netherlands.

He is also an empaneled Adjudicator and Mediator with AIAC, Malaysia and Accredited Mediator of CMC, Ministry of Law, Singapore.

Learn what past participants have said about PetroEdge training courses

The trainer was clear, experienced and has provided me with commercial and contractual expertise tools, and skills to perform my job much better.

Senior Assistant Contracts Manager, SapuraAcergy (Australia)

Very good course for legal executives/lawyers/ contract personnel.

Executive Planning & Governance, KPOC

The information and materials are hands-on and very practical for the Oil & Gas industry.

Petroleum Revenue Audit Advisor, Ministry of Finance, Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste

Thorough, broad, and detailed knowledge of interlocking and related concepts, practical and usable now. Practical and real-world business and project examples.

Assistant General Manager, Japan Drilling Company

Never thought the cases are good as references, but this course changed my mindset. New knowledge was shared.

Senior Contract Analyst, Murphy Sarawak Oil

This training is useful for procurement and legal staff, other than the Project Management Team.

Head of PCPP, PCCP Operating Company

The course was full of real-life situations that relate to day to-day activities. Well presented.

Project Manager, Aker Solutions

Valuable training for contract practices.

Senior Contract Engineer, INPEX Corporation

This course is very effective to be aware of what is stated in the contract & how this can be applied in reviewing the contract & at the same time protecting the company’s interest.

Assistant Manager, Anggerik Laksana

Most of the answers to the questions come from real experience and make a short cut to the solutions!

Project Engineering Coordinator, CPOC

A good overview of the EPCIC Contract.

MLS Onshore Package Engineer, Total E & P Borneo

Very useful knowledge and application to my job.

Contracts & Procurement Coordinator, PHE ONWJ

The materials given are excellent.

Senior Contract Engineer, PT Rekayasa

Good course to learn how to draft a good contract document for dispute avoidance.

Contract Administrator, Sarawak Shell

This course helps those who are interested in EPCIC Management.

Project Planner, Hoang Long JOC

Excellent. Recommended for all contract managers.

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