PF&C Fall Lecture Series: Session I - The Value of Facility Engineers

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

Engineering projects in Oil and Gas Facilities are becoming increasingly complicated with more specialized discipline silos. While many of the business and project management evaluations say that all designs should be holistic, most are in fact optimized to a discipline or even component basis.

Project performance is getting worse, yet we have much better tools in every aspect. Simulation, modeling, design, scheduling, and document management are just a sampling of the tools we have at our disposal.

While the focus has been primarily on Project Management skills and approaches, a broad technical understanding of all engineering disciplines is just as important. This presentation will discuss developing Facility Engineers into an Engineering Management role to complement and support the Project Manager for a successful project.


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*SEASON PASS HOLDERS: You do not need to register for this event, as your Season Pass has automatically registered you for all 2015 – 2016 PF&C events. Thank you for being a Season Pass Holder!

NOT A SEASON PASS HOLDER?  You can lock in savings and be automatically pre-registered for all of the 2015-2016 PF&C Study Group luncheon and afternoon events. Simply utilize the link below to a “faux” meeting and register as you would normally….and you are in for the entire season!


To register for individual lectures, click on the links below:

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

Location: Wood Group Mustang, Inc - Stallion Building
17325 Park Row
Houston , TX 77084

Date: Oct. 6, 2015, 4:30 p.m. - Oct. 6, 2015, 6 p.m.