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Applying lessons learned on mega projects roger mapp bantrel co april 26 2007

APPLYING LESSONS LEARNED

ON MEGA PROJECTS

Roger Mapp

Bantrel Co.

April 26, 2007


Agenda

AGENDA

  • COST CONTROL IN VOLATILE TIMES

  • MEETING PROJECT SCHEDULES


Agenda1

AGENDA

  • COST CONTROL IN VOLATILE TIMES

  • MEETING PROJECT SCHEDULES


Controlling costs what s new

Controlling Costs – What’s New

  • Project size is up

  • Project duration is longer

  • Prices are (very) volatile

  • All the usual uncertainties still exist

    Escalation is “Suddenly” a Big Issue

Result


Controlling costs the ideal world

Base

Cost

Estimate

App.

Estimate

FEL 2

FEL 3

Controlling Costs – The Ideal World

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 1


Controlling costs the ideal world1

Base

Cost

Estimate

App.

Estimate

FEL 2

FEL 3

Controlling Costs – The Ideal World

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 1

Escalation Plan

(No Escalation)


Controlling costs the ideal world2

Base

Cost

Estimate

App.

Estimate

FEL 2

FEL 3

Controlling Costs – The Ideal World

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 1

Escalation Plan

(No Escalation)


Controlling costs the ideal world3

Base

Cost

Estimate

App.

Estimate

FEL 2

FEL 3

Controlling Costs – The Ideal World

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 1

Escalation Plan

(No Escalation)


Controlling costs the ideal world4

Base

Cost

Estimate

App.

Estimate

FEL 2

FEL 3

Controlling Costs – The Ideal World

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 1

Escalation Plan

(No Escalation)


Controlling costs the recent history

Base

Cost

Estimate

App.

Estimate

FEL 2

FEL 3

Controlling Costs – The Recent History

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Escalation Plan

4% P.A.

16

12

8

4


Controlling costs the recent history1

Base

Cost

Estimate

App.

Estimate

FEL 2

FEL 3

Controlling Costs – The Recent History

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 1


Controlling costs the now

App.

Estimate

Base

Cost

Estimate

FEL 3

FEL 2

Controlling Costs – The Now

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 1

32

28

24

Escalation Plan

Escalation Forecast

20

16

12

8

4


Controlling costs the now1

Base

Cost

Estimate

App.

Estimate

FEL 2

FEL 3

Controlling Costs – The Now

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 1


Controlling costs the solution

CONTROLLING COSTS – THE SOLUTION

  • Track prices from one estimate to the next

  • Track “As Spent” prices by individual commodity

  • Present estimate pricing changes separately

  • Look for price-driven execution plan changes

  • Don’t cut scope to pay for unavoidable price increases

  • Let the market dictate


Agenda2

AGENDA

  • COST CONTROL IN VOLATILE MARKET

  • MEETING PROJECT SCHEDULES


The ideal capital project

THE IDEAL CAPITAL PROJECT

25 Years

6 Years

Project

Development

6 Years

FEL 1,2,3 Phase

Project

Approval

Detailed

Engineering

Phase

Procurement Phase

Construction Phase

Project Operations

25 Years

Operation Phase


Why is this ideal

WHY IS THIS IDEAL?

  • Each Phase completes before the next phase starts

  • Each phase fully planned before it starts.

  • Follows project execution “Best Practices”

    _____________________________

  • The duration for project development can be varied (elongated) to minimize capital cost

Minimum

Capital

Cost

(In Terms of Net

Present Value)

Result


Project economics 100 million project

PROJECT ECONOMICS ($100 Million Project)

25 Years

6 Years

Cost $100 Million

Project

Development

NPV (Cost - 0% ROI) = $100 Million

Project

Operations

Revenue =$70 Million Per Year x 25Years = $1,750 Million

NPV (Revenue – 0% ROI) = $1,750 Million

Total Project

NPV (Project) = $1,650 Million

Total Project


Project economics 100 million project1

PROJECT ECONOMICS ($100 Million Project)

25 Years

6 Years

Cost $100 Million

Project

Development

NPV (Cost - 0% ROI) = $100 Million

NPV (Cost – 25% ROI) = $55 Million

Project

Operations

Revenue =$70 Million Per Year x 25Years = $1,750 Million

NPV (Revenue – 0% ROI) = $1,750 Million

NPV (Revenue – 25% ROI = $56 Million

Total Project

NPV (Project) = $1,650 Million

NPV (Project) = $1 Million

Total Project


Project economics 100 million project2

PROJECT ECONOMICS ($100 Million Project)

25 Years

6 Years

Cost $100 Million

Project

Development

4 Years

NPV (Cost - 0% ROI) = $100 Million

NPV (Cost – 25% ROI) = $55 Million

NPV (Cost – 25% ROI) = $68 Million

Project

Operations

Revenue =$70 Million Per Year x 25Years = $1,750 Million

25 Years

NPV (Revenue – 0% ROI) = $1,750 Million

NPV (Revenue – 25% ROI = $56 Million

NPV (Revenue – 25% ROI) = $84 Million

Total Project

NPV (Project) = $1,650 Million

NPV (Project) = $1 Million

NPV (Project) = $114 Million

Total Project


The practical capital project

THE PRACTICAL CAPITAL PROJECT

25 Years

4 Years

Project

Development

6 Years

FEL 1,2,3 Phase

Project

Approval

Detailed

Engineering

Phase

Procurement Phase

Construction Phase

Project Operations

25 Years

Operation Phase


Example of the practicality

EXAMPLE OF THE “PRACTICALITY”

  • Compression of FEL activities

  • Applied to a $100 Million project

  • Applied to a $ Mega Project


Fel execution

FEL EXECUTION

“Best Practice”

Define Process Facility #1

Define Process Facility #2

Define Process Facility #3

Define Process Facility #4

Define Utility & Offplot (Support) Facilities

Prepare Project Execution Plan and Cost Estimate

Best

Practice

FEL 3

Completion


Fel execution1

FEL EXECUTION

“In Practice”

Define Process Facility #1

Start Execution

Define Process Facility #2

Define Process Facility #3

Define Process Facility #4

Define Utility & Offplots (Support) Facilities

Prepare Project Execution Plan and Cost Estimate

Best

Practice

Tempting

Alternative

FEL 3

Completion

FEL 3

Completion


Meeting schedules the solution

MEETING SCHEDULES – THE SOLUTION

  • Accept that Project phases will “Overlap”

  • Plan for Intermediate Cost Estimates (Quarterly?)

  • Expect large cash outlays ahead of Project “Sanction”

  • Expect “Unorthodox” Project Execution to meet schedule requirements.


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