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Well-functioning engineered equipment is the backbone of most oil and gas industry projects. Executing an engineered equipment order requires a multitude of skills and coordination to achieve positive results. This course is conducted from both the client and supplier’s perspective to produce a complete understanding of how engineered equipment orders are successfully executed.
The course is divided into six major learning sections:
#1: Provide all personnel with an overview and full understanding of the key steps and phases in an engineered equipment order.
#2: Provide 10 Keys to Success for both clients and suppliers to a successful equipment order.
#3: You will leave this course empowered to make better decisions regarding the planning, estimation, execution, and commissioning of engineered equipment.
Any technical and non-technical personnel, who wants to gain greater understanding of how engineered equipment projects are executed
1:30 video material
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Scott Westbrook holds a Bachelor’s of Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas and has over 15 years of experience of working for oil and gas operators, mostly in major international upstream and midstream projects. Scott’s experience includes the lifecycle management of hundreds of equipment purchase orders and contracts under a wide array of commercial approaches and execution strategies.
Travis Ziebro holds a Bachelor’s of Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M, and a MBA from University of Houston Bauer. Travis has 15 years of experience in manufacturing custom equipment. Travis has been responsible for the delivery of major international equipment on tight deadlines and the direction of large engineering divisions.