Oct. 18, 2005


Description

Abstract:
Currently in the Gulf of Mexico there are over 36 facilities installed in water depths greater than 1000 feet with many future projects planned.  The continuing support required for upgrading and modifying these installations after initial start-up creates unique design and construction challenges not normally encountered on shelf facility upgrades.  This presentation will focus on special considerations for planning, scheduling, cost estimating, logistics control, regulatory compliance, interface management and documentation during execution of deepwater brownfield projects.

Featured Speakers

Speaker John Alexander and Richard Livingston
Project Manager Mustang Engineering John Alexander is a Project Manager at Mustang Engineering with over 16 years experience in design and upgrades to new and existing offshore oil and gas facilities. John has worked with clients including Exxon, Chevron, Shell, Conoco and Kerr McGee and is currently working on BP Holstein and Mad …

Project Manager
Mustang Engineering

John Alexander is a Project Manager at Mustang Engineering with over 16 years experience in design and upgrades to new and existing offshore oil and gas facilities. John has worked with clients including Exxon, Chevron, Shell, Conoco and Kerr McGee and is currently working on BP Holstein and Mad Dog production engineering support.

 



 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Richard Livingston has worked at Mustang Engineering as a facilities engineer for 8 years.  He has been involved in two major tie-backs in the Gulf of Mexico and one in Trinidad, serving once as a mechanical engineer and twice as the project engineer.  He is currently managing Gulf of Mexico brownfield work for Kerr-McGee.

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Organizer

Sally Jabaley


Date and Time

Tue, Oct. 18, 2005

11:30 a.m. - noon
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Event has ended

Location

OMNI Houston Westside Hotel

13210 Katy Freeway
Houston, Tx 77079
USA