PF&C Fall Lecture Series: Session III - Design with a View of Operations and Maintainability

Speaker: Bill Capdevielle, P.E.
Speaker Bill Capdevielle, P.E.
Bill Capdevielle is an oil & gas consultant with 40 years experience. He has a BS in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Southwestern Louisiana in 1971, and a MS in Systems Management from University of Southern California in 1975. Bill has diverse experience in the upstream Oil & Gas ...

Bill Capdevielle is an oil & gas consultant with 40 years experience. He has a BS in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Southwestern Louisiana in 1971, and a MS in Systems Management from University of Southern California in 1975.


Bill has diverse experience in the upstream Oil & Gas Industry. His experience includes various technical, management, and operations assignments. Bill served as an Offshore Installation Manager for Mobil North Sea and spent the last 10 years working in the Facility Operability area.


He retired from Mobil in 2000, and from Hess in 2014. Bill specializes in finding nanotechnologies used in other industries and applying them to the upstream oil & gas industry. Bill sits on the Board of Advisors for a start-up nanotechnology company, Magna Imperio Systems and offers consulting in field development planning, facility operability, and project support.


Bill is a Registered Professional Engineer in Texas and Louisiana. He is a member of the National Society of Professional Engineering, the Texas Professional Engineering Society, and the Society of Petroleum Engineers.

Full Description

Session III of the Fall Series on “The Role of the Facilities Engineer in Upstream”.

The design effort for an Oil & Gas facility project is a critical period in the Facility Operability process. Critical design activities will usually occur in three of the stages in the lifecycle of a major capital project: pre-FEED, FEED, and EPC. Having Operability and Maintainability as a design criteria is critical to the creation of a viable business asset.

The pre-FEED stage should see the development of an Operating Philosophy and a corresponding Basis of Design for the asset. There will likely not be 100% complete at the end of this stage. However a bulk of the effort will likely take place and these documents should be approximately 75% complete at the end of the pre-FEED stage.

The FEED stage is perhaps the most critical stage for Operability & Maintainability. This stage presents the designers of the facility and the designers of the operations organization to optimize the business value of the asset by ensuring the design truly meets the economic goals set by the company. This will enable the evaluation of trade-offs between capital expense and operating expense in the design.

During detail design, having Engineering and Operations work closely together will ensure that the facilities can be operated in a safe and efficient manner.

This presentation will discuss some of the various processes and activities to help ensure facilities that are both Operable and Maintainable.

 

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Session I - The Value of Facility Engineers – October 6

Session II - Setting Up Controls and Safety Systems from an Overall View – October 13

Session III - Design with a View of Operations and Maintainability – October 20

Session IV - The Facilities Engineer of Tomorrow: Faster, Stronger, Smarter – and More Successful Too! – October 27

 

Venue:  Wood Group Mustang, Inc. - Stallion Building

17325 Park Row, Houston, TX 77084

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Parking:  A limited number of designated visitor parking spaces are located in a surface lot on the north side of the building. Alternatively, please utilize the parking garage directly south of the office building. You may enter the garage from eastbound on Park Row or northbound on Innovation Park Drive (formerly named Chronicle Drive). The gate arms will open automatically as your vehicle approaches. Please adhere to posted traffic signage inside the garage and 7 MPH speed limit. All garage levels and marked spaces are available for visitor use.

Organizer Bryan W. Marlborough

When?

Tue, Oct. 20, 2015
4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m. US/Central

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Where?

Wood Group Mustang, Inc - Stallion Building
17325 Park Row
Houston, TX 77084
United States

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