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Project Management

Canadian Triton uses the team concept to manage and execute projects. The size and composition of the team will vary according to the project. Shown below is a typical team for a project involving drilling and completion. Dependent on the type of project a team might include geologists, reservoir engineers, production engineers, or facility engineers.

Project management teams are composed of:

  • Operation Managers
  • Drilling Engineer(s)
  • Completion Engineer(s)
  • Drilling Supervisors
  • Drilling Fluids Specialists
  • Logistics / Quality Control Engineer(s)

Project management culture characteristics:

There are a number of culture characteristics that the Project Management Team must have throughout the entire life of a project. These are:

  • Human Resources: The Team must nurture its most important asset.
  • Quality Assurance: The Team must ensure it always delivers a quality product.
  • Health, Safety & Environment: The Team must protect its Human Resource and our environment.
  • Decision Analysis: The Team must fully evaluate its decisions prior to making them, to ensure it understands the consequences of a decision.
  • Organizational Learning: The Team must continually improve its performance as well as educate the organization as a whole.

Project Management Body of Knowledge

  • Project Integration Management: Ensures the various elements of a project are properly coordinated.
  • Project Scope Management: Ensures that the project includes all the work required and only the work required.
  • Project Time Management: Ensures timely completion of the project.
  • Project Cost Management: Ensures the project is completed within the approved budget.
  • Project Quality Management: Ensures the project will satisfy the needs for which it was undertaken.
  • Project Human Resource Management: Ensures the most effective use of the people involved in the project.
  • Project Communications Management: Ensures timely generation, collection, dissemination, storage and ultimate disposition of project information.
  • Project Risk Management: Ensures that the risks associated with a project are identified, analyzed and responded to.
  • Project Procurement Management: Ensures goods and services for the projects are acquired efficiently.
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