Five Day Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Contracts for Energy Industry Course (Johannesburg, South Africa – February 19th-23th, 2018) – iCrowdNewswire
 
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Dec 7, 2017 3:20 PM ET

Five Day Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Contracts for Energy Industry Course (Johannesburg, South Africa – February 19th-23th, 2018)

iCrowdNewswire - Dec 7, 2017

The “EPC Contracts for Energy Industry” conference has been added to Research and Markets’ offering.

Today, Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) projects are uniquely challenging. Parties currently involved in large complex and fast-track EPC projects frequently suffer financial loss that could have been mitigated by effective contract management. Appropriate practical “know-how” of EPC contracts will improve your ability to take appropriate steps, or to obtain necessary advice, to minimise or manage such risks.

This intensive workshop provides valuable insight into the rapidly evolving world of EPC contracts. It has been designed specifically for the professionals and management of energy industries throughout Asia and will be of particular interest to those with current or planned projects in Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa, Europe and the CIS.

You will analyse an EPC contract, clause by clause, focusing on your challenges in international and domestic projects. This unique interactive master class discusses the key issues in EPC contracts which are relevant for lenders, sponsors and borrowers in international construction projects and the keys to deliver successful projects.

Course Highlights

– Global and local legal and commercial framework in Asia, Middle East, Africa, Europe and the CIS
– Contract negotiation best practices
– Tips on contractual risk mitigation
– Contract financing and project structuring
– Contractor relationship management
– Clause-by-clause discussion based on an actual contract precedent

Key Learning Objectives

– Understand the current finance market for EPC contracts
– Manage legal risks and environment for EPC contracts in the region
– Discover alternative procurement options for projects and the risks and opportunities associated with these options
– Distinguish new and effective contract negotiation strategies
– Analyse the types of claims that may be made under EPC contracts and develop strategies to manage these claims
– Gain Insights into the best current dispute resolution options and the risks and costs associated with each option

Course Certificate

Upon the successful completion of this course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion bearing the signatures from both the Course Director and the Course Organiser. This Certificate will testify your endeavour and serve towards your professional advancement.

Who Should Attend

– Legal & Compliance
– Contract Management & Negotiation
– Finance
– Commercial
– Project Finance
– Procurement
– Project Development
– Construction / Engineering
– Planning
– Quantity Surveyors
– Plus anyone responsible for EPC projects

From cross industries including, but not limited to:

– Government Authorities
– Oil & Gas
– Power & Renewables
– Construction & Infrastructure
– Banking & Financial Services

Agenda:

Module 1: Legal Framework of EPC Contracts

Module 2: Tips on Contractual Risk Allocation and Mitigation Strategies

Module 3: Review of the Contract Manager Role on Major Energy Sector Construction Contracts

Module 4: Financing EPC Energy Projects and Project Structuring

Module 5: Discussion on Split EPC Contracts, EPCM Contracts and Multi-Prime

Module 6: Managing EPC Contracts for Successful Oil and Gas Projects

Module 7: EPC Contract Negotiation and Administration

Module 8: Developing an Advanced Dispute Resolution Strategy

Practical Exercise: Drafting Dispute Resolution Clauses

Module 9: Managing Project Delay and Claims

Case Study: Letter writing workshop

Module 10: Local Law Issues in South East Asia

Case Study: Major Energy Sector Construction Contracts and Special Considerations

Module 11: Contracting and Subcontracting Strategies to Deliver a Successful EPC Project in the Oil, Gas & Power Industry

Module 12: Managing Contractor Relationships for Long-Term Success and Efficiency

Group Discussion: Clause-by-clause Discussion Based on an Actual Contract Precedent

For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dpt6rh/five_day?w=3

Contact Information:

Research and Markets,
Laura Wood,
Senior Manager.
[email protected]
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