Engineering, Procurement and Construction Contracts In Oil & Gas Course – Dubai

This course will provide participants with a detailed understanding of EPC (engineering, procurement, construction) contracts.  It will analyse all aspects of the project: from the procurement and tender stage, through to contract award, the progress of the works and completion.  The course looks at how you should ensure the technical scope accords with the objectives of the project and operates properly in conjunction with the contract conditions.  It will look at the risks that arise on construction projects and how they can be allocated and mitigated. Participants will understand how to administer an EPC contract and how the problems that arise can be most easily resolved. The course will look at all these issues in the context of typical EPC contract clauses.

 Engineering, Procurement and Construction Contracts In Oil & Gas Course - Dubai

Course Details:
Engineering, Procurement and Construction Contracts In Oil & Gas
Date: May 20, 2014 – May 22, 2014 all-day
Venue: Dubai, UAE
Course Cost: £2,399

By Attending This Course You Will:

  •     Gain an in-depth knowledge of the key clauses and how and when to use them
  •     Assess the various project risks and how they can be allocated and mitigated
  •     Understand how the technical scope documents forming the contract should be prepared
  •     Execute projects successfully and minimise claims & risk possibilities

Who Should Attend:

  •     Legal Counsels & Lawyers
  •     Contract Managers
  •     Procurement Managers
  •     Purchasing, Sourcing and Supply Managers
  •     Project Managers
  •     Facilities Engineers
  •     Operation Managers

Course Structure
The course will involve a combination of presentations and case studies. The course leaders will commence each session with a presentation that explains the key issues on each topic. In order to develop the topic further the course leaders will then lead the delegates through a related case study. This will assist delegates in understanding how the contractual and legal issues covered in the presentations are put into practice in real-life situations.

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This will also give delegates the opportunity to raise questions, drawn from their own experiences, so as to understand better the practical problems arising in relation to the EPC procurement and project delivery process. The course leaders will also make reference to a number of checklists, contained in the course materials, which will allow delegates to monitor their own understanding of the key clauses in an EPC contract and the risks they need to be aware of.

The course leaders will make reference to the following checklists, contained in the course materials, which identify the key substantive issues that the course will seek to cover:

• List of key clauses in an EPC contract
• The principal risk events that need to be monitored during the course of a project
• The key issues to be aware of when seeking to resolve contractor claims

Course Leaders:

Michael Sergeant

Holman Fenwick Willan LLP

Max Wieliczko

Head of HFW’s Construction, 
Holman Fenwick Willan LLP

Course Outline:

  •     What is an EPC Contract?
  •     The Tender & Procurement Process
  •     The Scope of Works
  •     Monitoring Quality & Testing
  •     Variations to the Works
  •     Project Delay
  •     Owner’s Risks: Allocation & Mitigation
  •     Insurance & Indemnities
  •     Claims Against the Contractor
  •     Contract Administration & the Resolution of Claims

Registration Method:
Interested candidates should contact:

Nazreth Kiflay
Tel:  +44 20 7978 0007

For online registration, CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW
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