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Project Delivery Overview

The Integrated Project Management System is a project delivery methodology that integrates people, systems, business structures and practices into a process that collaboratively provides a basis for effectively delivery and optimised efficiency through all phases of design, fabrication, construction, commissioning and installation.

Project Development Process

The Development Process follows the typical stage gate process, covering the whole Project lifecycle.

Project Management Principles

Underlying the Project Development phase approach is the recognition of the challenges in delivering a generic concept for Near Shore LNG and engineering this for site specific locations.

Continuous involvement of Lloyds Energy as the Owner is achieved through the Project Management Team and Operations Readiness input to the design and preparations for operations. This is a collaborative approach that involves discipline engineers (design, construction, commissioning, and operations) from the earliest stages through to project completion. A key driver to best practice execution is the development of an integrated team.

Project Controls Plan

The Project Controls Plan (PCP) describes the control procedures that will be used for all Lloyds Energy projects.

The company will maintain its own project controls team and processes in the delivery of the procedure register and hence their role will be one of co-ordination, analysis, management reporting and control over the performance of the projects on behalf of the company. Project controls are the responsibility of the Project Team.

The PCP is a critical project deliverable which consolidates and summarizes the following areas:

  • The Project controls aspect of the Lloyds Energy Integrated Project Management System, incorporating the Project Services Procedures 'Wheel'™
  • Project Services Team organization and responsibilities
  • Cost estimating & Cost control
  • Planning & Scheduling
  • Information Deliverables
  • Progress Control & Reporting
  • Change control
  • Risk and Opportunity Management

The PCP will be used as a guide for the development of the contractor organizations project control requirements.

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