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Oil spill cleanup agent ani mukerji benjamin russell claire dao david delo robin guido

Oil Spill Cleanup Agent

Ani Mukerji

Benjamin Russell

Claire Dao

David Delo

Robin Guido

Todd Robinson

Zhanna Verzi


Table of contents

Table of Contents

Project Scope................................................................................................................................................................ 1

Vision Statement (Robin)...................................................................................................................................... 1

Business Need (Robin)......................................................................................................................................... 1

Project Description (Robin)................................................................................................................................... 1

Project Deliverables (Scope) (Robin)................................................................................................................... 2

Project Objectives) (Robin)................................................................................................................................... 3

Assumptions (Claire)............................................................................................................................................. 4

Constraints (Claire................................................................................................................................................. 4

Risks (Ani).............................................................................................................................................................. 5

Stakeholder Analysis (Todd)........................................................................................................................................... 6

Project Lifecycle (Todd)................................................................................................................................................... 7

Work Breakdown Structure (Ben).................................................................................................................................. 8

Project Schedule (Ben)................................................................................................................................................... 9

Communications Plan (Ben)......................................................................................................................................... 10

Responsibility Assignment Matrix (David)...................................................................................................................... 11

Cost Baseline (Zhanna)................................................................................................................................................. 12

Cost Baseline Graph (Zhanna)..................................................................................................................................... 13

Risk Types (Ani)........................................................................................................................................................... 14

Risk Responsibility Chart (Ani)..................................................................................................................................... 15

Risk Assessment Metric (Ani)...................................................................................................................................... 16

Risk Response Plan (Ani)............................................................................................................................................. 17

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Project scope

Project Scope

Vision Statement

We are looking to ‘change the face’ of the oil industry and improve our image. We want to promote more social responsibility for ourselves and other oil companies.

Business Need

Positive Environmental impact.Good PR.Cut legal costs and lawsuits.Lower insurance rates.Make money.

Project Description

Create an ‘green’ product to aid in the clean up of oil spills. Once it has a license, it is used by First Response Team of Noxxe fleet. The licensing of an Noxxe is specifically for use in or on waters. Product incorporated automated deployment mechanism to release chemicals to the water. This product will improve the way we combat oil spills today by providing a more efficient, faster and environmentally safer way to clean oil spills.

  • 1 gallon of this chemical will clean(absorb) 1000 gallons of oil spill;

  • product will environmentally safe

  • is part of fleet emergency kit

  • is in self-dissolving packaging

  • it’s projected to produce 2500 gallons of chemical to be acrried by fleet of 50 ships

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Project scope1

Project Scope

Project Deliverables (Scope)

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Project scope2

Project Scope

Project Objectives

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Project scope3

Project Scope

Assumptions

Constraints

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Project scope4

Project Scope

Risks

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Stakeholder analysis

Stakeholder Analysis

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Project lifecycle

Project Lifecycle

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Work breakdown structure

Work Breakdown Structure

Phase 1 Research

1.1 Historical Case Studies

1.2 Market Research Study

1.3 Patent Research

Phase 2 Development

2.1 Modeling

2.2 Prototyping

2.3 Testing Different Prototypes

2.4 Final Prototype

Phase 3 Testing

3.1 Functional Testing

3.2 Standards Testing

3.3 Third Party Testing

Phase 4 Manufacturing

4.1 Manufacturing Process

4.2 Logistics

Phase 5 Launch and Deployment

5.1 Advertising

5.2 PR

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Project schedule

Project Schedule

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Responsibility assignment matrix

Responsibility Assignment Matrix

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Responsibility assignment matrix continuation

Responsibility Assignment Matrix(Continuation)

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Responsibility Assignment Matrix(Continuation)

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