24th – 26th October 2016 | DoubleTree by Hilton, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Obiora Ilora


Interface Manager
National Engineering and Technical Company - a Subsidiary of Nigerian National Petroleum Coorporation (NNPC)


16:00 Value - add by implementing Interface Management in Brownfield Project Execution

Major stakeholders continue to seek value-add / optimization opportunities while executing challenging brownfield projects with a high degree of uncertainty. One of the opportunities is implementing effective Interface Management, however, there are situations where stakeholders have to go an extra mile in order to sustain this goal. The following example demonstrates how Interface Management added value in executing a Brownfield Capital Project in Nigeria.

This workshop will enable attendees to understand:
  • Value - add enabling strategies
  • Where does Interface Management help?
  • Project execution challenges in Nigerian brownfield environment
  • Interface Management to reduce the impact projects have on existing facilities and production
  • Reduce overrun time and costs on project completion

09:50 Interactive Roundtable: Maintenance of existing facilities and the impact on current project delivery

  • Visibility of interface risk elements: An enabler to brownfield project execution planning
  • How well established are interfaces on an existing facility?
  • How can we guarantee minimal impact on operations/production during project delivery?
  • Are current approaches to Interface Management practices sufficient? This discussion will be led by the facilitator, but involve all participants tackling specific challenges in this space, before the groups deliver back their findings providing all participants with a range of practical solutions to take back to your teams.


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