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FIELD DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

(FDP)
CGE601

BRIEFING FOR STUDENTS


8 March 2017
Introduction
Field Development Project (FDP) is a capstone
course which integrate key learning outcomes
from previously taught courses that cover from
G&G until HSE.
Students are distributed into teams of 6
individuals. Each team must select a leader, set up
the teams organization and appoint a personnel
for each discipline.
Each team will be provided with data from oil and
gas field. The teams have to perform technical and
economic analysis in order to develop the field.
Course Outcome (CO)
1. Plan the development strategy of an oil & gas field in
the context of latest the latest technology, economics,
environmental and political conditions and propose
engineering design as part of the field development
plan.
2. Demonstrate the ability to integrate in-depth
technical knowledge in data interpretation by
incorporating all the skills gained from the core
courses to work as a team.
3. Prepare a technical report for a profitable
development strategy and risk management.
Project Scope
FDP teams have to complete the project within
the given time frame (March 2017 July 2017).
Soft copies of the field data will be provided by
the FDP coordinator in week 1 and students
can download it at ilearn.
Coordinator will assign one group supervisor
for each group.
Each team are responsible to do weekly group
discussion and report to the group supervisor
on the work progress.
Each group must present or update their
project progress to their group supervisor at
least once in 2 weeks.
Project Scope
Beside the supervisor, each team will work
with the guide from the Expertise Supervisor
(Internal and external) assigned for each
disciplines. Expertise supervisor are not liable
for FDP teams works.
Group Supervisor
Role & Responsibilities
To Supervise students until the submission of the final
hardbound report.
To assist student on the accessibility of the tools needed
in the project.
To monitor and schedule progress of the students and
their projects.
To guide students on the preparation of the reports and
presentation according to the approved format
To assess students' performance (Attitude &
presentation).
Expertise Supervisor
Role & Responsibilities
To supervise students based on the discipline assign by
the coordinator until the submission of the final
hardbound report.
To assist student on the accessibility of the tools needed
in the project.
To guide students on the preparation of the reports and
presentation based on the discipline according to the
rubrics and approved format
To assess students' performance (Report, Presentation).
Students
Role & Responsibilities
To produce reports which clearly defines the objectives (s) and
the scope of project work.
To plan meeting schedule with group supervisor at least once per
2 weeks for the purpose of updating the progress and seeking
advise on the projects matters
To plan meeting with expertise supervisor regarding each
discipline matters.
To be responsible in finding alternative solution for problems
encountered in order to complete the project.
To submit report on time.
To get approval from all expertise supervisors & group supervisor
before submit the hardbound report.
Follow the format starting from beginning
ASSESSMENT
The project will be assessed from technical
reports, presentations (group &
individual), commitment + attitudes and
peer evaluation.
ASSESSMENT
1) Technical report
Should follow the rubrics given by the Expertise
Supervisor.
The content should follow the requirement from
the Expertise Supervisor & Group Supervisor.
The technical reports include draft reports and
final corrected report (for approval ) must be
submitted to the respective Expertise Supervisor.
The Final Hardbound reports must be submitted
to the Coordinators.
ASSESSMENT
2) Interim Presentation
The presentation is to be made using a
computer driven projector/LCD.
Each group will have 30 minutes to present
their progress. There will be an additional 10-
15 minutes of questions from panel/audience
after the presentation.
ASSESSMENT

Interim Presentation (Cont..)


Technical Contents
i. TOR
ii. Subsurface assessment
a) Geology and Geophysics
b) Petrophysics
ASSESSMENT
Interim Presentation (Cont..)
Presentation Skills
Clarity of Presentation
Fluency and appropriate word use
Presentation aids
Non-verbal ( Eye contact, gesture, attitude)
Professional Appearance
Questions & Answer :
Technical and factual knowledge
Creativity and real-world application
ASSESSMENT
3) Pre-Screen & Final Presentation
The presentation is to be made using a
computer driven projector/LCD.
Each group will have 40 minutes to present their
conclusion and development plan. There will be
20 minutes of Q&A from examiners after the
presentation.
ASSESSMENT
Pre-Screen & Final Presentation (Cont..)
Technical Contents
i. TOR
ii. Geology & Geosciences
iii. Petrophysics
iv. Reservoir Engineering
v. Drilling Engineering
vi. Production Technology
vii. Facilities Engineering
viii. Economics
ix. HSE
ASSESSMENT
Pre-Screen/Final Presentation (Cont..)
Presentation Skills
Clarity of Presentation
Fluency and appropriate word use
Presentation aids
Non-verbal ( Eye contact, gesture, attitude)
Professional Appearance
Questions & Answer :
Technical and factual knowledge
Creativity and real-world application
ASSESSMENT
Marks Allocation
Assessment % Marks
Interim Presentation 10

Reports 60

Final Presentation
1. Group 10
2. Individuals 10

Commitment + Attitude 5

Peer Evaluation 5

TOTAL 100
Proposed Milestone
No Items Weeks
1 Briefing Week 1
2 Briefing by each ESs Week 1 & 2
3 TOR submission Week 2
4 Interim Presentation & First Draft Week 6
Report ( G&G and Petrophysics,
Reservoir - Static)
5 FDP Seminar Week 7
6 First Draft Report (All Discipline) Week 14
7 Pre-Screening Presentation Week 16
8 Final Presentation Week 17
9 Hardbound Submission Week 19
PROJECT MILESTONES
Important dates:
1.Interim Presentation 12th April 2017
2.FDP Seminar 19 & 20th April 2017
OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES
Each team has to plan the work properly and submit
the project schedule using Microsoft Project to the
Group Supervisor with TOR report.
Each team has to work together independently.
Each team is responsible to do correction of the
reports.
Each team has to consult with the lecturers. A part
of attitude marks is contributed from group
supervisor (Individual mark).
Each person has to bring monitoring record form/log
book every time meeting with the ESs and get their
endorsement.
The monitoring record form/log book must be
submitted with the final report.
PROJECT DELIVERABLES
TOR should be submitted on 17 March 2017
before 4 pm to the group supervisor.
(Intro/Background, Objective, SOW, Discipline
deliverables, Company background Logo, Vision,
Mission, Org chart and Gantt Chart)
Each department should compile all the technical
documents and report in an individual file.
Group leader must assign the team member that
responsible for each individual discipline file.
PROJECT DELIVERABLES
Each team is expected to submit draft report for
each department on the specified date. The
contents of the reports should follow the
requirement from Group Supervisor/ Expertise
Supervisor.
The corrected final report should be compiled and
submit to Coordinators on Week 19 or after the
final presentation.
List of Expertise
Supervisor(ES)
Discipline Expertise Supervisor Briefing

Geology & Geophysics Pn Aqilah, Pn Shuhada TBA


Petrophysics Pn Liyana & Pn Aida TBA
Reservoir Engineering Dr. Erfan & Cik Suriatie TBA
Drilling Engineering En Nik Khairul Irfan, Dr Nadiah TBA

Production Technology Pn Effah, En. Khalil TBA

Facilities Engineering En Shafiq, En Fazril TBA


Economic Dr Roslina, Pn Azzah TBA

HSE Dr Hazlina, Dr Putri & Prof. Dr. TBA


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