Understanding Contractor Costing in the International Power Generation Industry

Understanding Contractor Costing in the International Power Generation Industry is a course that covers topics such as:

  • The difference between EPC; EPCM and Multi-Prime approaches
  • The importance of scoping an EPC project correctly both from the client/ end user perspective and the contractor regardless of particular power generation sector
  • Have awareness of the key features and contractual provisions of an EPC contract
  • The key elements and features of a split EPC contract
  • The fundamentally important aspects of managing and allocating risk in an EPC contract
  • The dynamic nature of contractual provisions and some of the consequences that arise as a result of them within the commercial world
  • The importance of project change orders and how to efficiently manage change regardless of power sector
  • Be competent in supplier selection and evaluation
  • The best practices in avoiding and/or managing claims within EPC contracts and finance documents to facilitate funding of project specific transactions
  • Managing critical interfaces in power projects such as access to grid; fuel specifications and the commissioning regime

Understanding Contractor Costing in the International Power Generation Industry brings together:

  • Commercial
  • CEOs, CXOs, Directors, Heads of Departments, Managers of:
  • Contract Management and Administration
  • General Counsel and Legal Department
  • Procurement
  • Project Finance and Finance
  • Planning
  • Operations and Facilities Management
  • Project Development
  • Investment/Funding
  • Government Agencies
  • Construction/Engineering

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Understanding Contractor Costing in the International Power Generation Industry 2020

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