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Main Conference: 22-23 August 2012
Workshop: 22 August 2012
Site Tours: 24 August 2012
Venue: Amara Hotel, Singapore

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Maximise your Knowledge of Prefab Builds, Project Control


Methodologies & Module-Buyer Expectations

Featured Speakers
Saleh Kafami
Senior Project Engineer
WOODSIDE ENERGY, AUSTRALIA

Jamie Bradford
Functional Manager, Materials Management
SINCLAIR KNIGHT MERZ, AUSTRALIA

Dong Jia Xiang


Director of Quality Management
FLUOR, CHINA

Also Meet:
Mark Biggs
Yard General Manager
GPS, INDONESIA

Vincent DRozario
General Manager
GPS, SINGAPORE

Steve Kincheloe
Construction Manager
KELLOGG BROWN AND ROOT, CHINA

Stephen Flounder
Construction Superintendent
WOODSIDE ENERGY, AUSTRALIA

Alan Ong
Engineering Manager
FOSTER WHEELER, SINGAPORE

Philip Williams
Head Upstream Hydrocarbon Projects
LARSON AND TOUBRO LIMITED

Berndt Rdiger Olesen


Managing Director, Retired
SAL SHIPPING AUSTRALIA PTY LTD,
AUSTRALIA

S. Sundram*
Manager of Field Services
JACOBS ENGINEERING, SINGAPORE

Tony Hodgkins
Operations Manager
SINCLAIR KNIGHT MERZ, AUSTRALIA
>> Full list of speakers on pages 4-5

This conference showed me the current modularisation


and Prefabrication industry status. People meet and
know each other through the conference, share
opinions and useful information and even create
chances to cooperate in the future.

NEW FOR 2012!


Presentations from 5+ Project Owners
Outlooks from Contractors, Fabrication
Yards, and Logistics
Regional perspectives ranging from
Singapore to Australia

Laura Jiang, Deputy Director of Offshore Department,


Shanghai Wai Gao Qiao Shipbuilding

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WORKSHOP
22 AUGUST 2012, WEDNESDAY
Dear Colleague,
Todays energy projects are growing in complexity and
scope; gone are the days of straightforward stick-builds.
Modularization allows complex, large-scale projects to be
executed more cheaply and efficiently.
2nd Annual Modular Construction & Prefabrication Asia
2012 will bring together the major stakeholders of asset
owners, contractors and fabrication yards to a high-level
forum centered on the current challenges faced by the
modular construction of large scale energy and O&G
projects.
This event will allow you to discover exactly what projects
are currently in the pipeline. You will not only have the
unique opportunity to ascertain the expectations of the
module-buyers, but benchmark the technical expertise
and logistical planning it takes to successfully drive a
project to completion.

KEY INDICATORS THAT YOU NEED


TO MODULARISE
1800 2030
When faced with the decision of whether or not to
modularise on a large construction project, time, skills,
knowledge, expertise, logistics and expertise are major
factors. The scope of the project, the challenges involved
and the resources available, should all form key aspects of
your decision making process.
This workshop will step through the decision making
process and ultimately help you to determine if
modularisation is the best method for your project.

I look forward to seeing you this August!

Conference Director
IQPC Singapore

Run analysis on the decision making process during


the feasibility study phase
Balance the costs, benefits and risks for using
international fabricators
Identify and manage risks in modularisation
Focus on constructability considerations and their
impacts on overall project costs and execution
timeframes

Workshop Facilitator:

P.S. Sign up for our focused workshop and insightful site tours!
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up to SGD1400! More details on back page.

Jamie Bradford
Functional Manager, Materials Management
SINCLAIR KNIGHT MERZ, AUSTRALIA

Sponsorship Opportunities Are Still Available!


Showcase your companys products and solutions to your business prospects. This conference is a highly focused event that targets
key decision makers from the oil and gas sector who are directly involved with construction projects in Asia.

Extensive Face-to-Face Interaction Opportunities!


Our delegates recognise the value of attending our event to network with key industry experts if you have a credible offering
which can help them implement:
Fabricators
Heavy lift
Logistics/overhaul
Raw material supply
Project management/CAD software

Then you need to be at the 2nd Annual Modular Construction & Prefabrication Asia 2012 conference. To secure
premium sponsorship/exhibition opportunities, contact us at +65 6722 9388 or at sponsorship@iqpc.com.sg.

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SITE TOURS
POST-CONFERENCE: 24 AUGUST 2012, FRIDAY
(Transportation and lunch provided)

SITE VISIT A
MCDERMOTT FABRICATION YARD,
BATAM, INDONESIA
1030 1230
There is no limitation to the size of modules that can be created at
McDermotts 98 hectare Indonesian Fabrication Yard. Only a short boat ride
away from Singapore, this is a unique opportunity to visit this operational
site. You will experience fully equipped covered buildings for preassembly of
large decks and components as well as FPSO Berthing facilities:
Largest jacket: 17,063MT
Largest Spar hull: 10,886MT
Largest single deck: 4,092MT
Largest complex: 11,026MT
Largest integrated deck: 16,000MT Largest onshore plant: 17,500MT

Ariel view of McDermotts fabrication yard on


Batam Island, Indonesia

The tour will be facilitated by:


Tony Hodgkins
Operations Manager
MCDERMOTT, INDONESIA

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tours now! Limited seats
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SITE VISIT B
GPS FABRICATION YARD,
BATAM, INDONESIA
1330 1530
This site tour will provide you an upclose and personal look at the GPS
Fabrication Yard in Batam, Indonesia. GPS has performed fabrication work
for notable companies like ExxonMobil, PTTEP, and Murphy Oil. You will
have the chance to see what types of fabrication projects are being worked
with right now and will tour the:
6.5 Ha Yard Space
6,482 sqm Fabrication Workshops
Future 12.5 Ha Yard Space
60 m Jetty Facility
58,491 sqm Assembly Area
523 sqm Blasting/Painting Area

Dragon Compression Module 750 T EPC

The tour will be facilitated by:


Mark Biggs
Yard General Manager
GPS, INDONESIA
With over 35 years of experience, Mark is the leading man
behind GPSs EPC team in Batam.
The Montara Project, on a barge and ready for
transport

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CONFERENCE AGENDA
DAY ONE: 22 AUGUST 2012, WEDNESDAY
8:30

Registration and Refreshments

9:00

Opening Address and Welcome from the Chairman

9:10

Innovation and Collaboration for Supply Chain


Efficiencies
Discussing contract strategies between multiple
stakeholders
Focusing on 4th party logistics in the mining
construction industry
Looking at collaboration in terms of recent and
upcoming case studies to demonstrate stakeholder
management
Analysing how innovation in the supply chain is changing
the game
Jamie Bradford, Functional Manager, Materials
Management
SINCLAIR KNIGHT MERZ, AUSTRALIA

9:50

Looking to the Future of End-User Corporate Strategy in


Terms of Module Acquisition
Explaining end-to-end module usage in stranded
environments
Choosing contractors and suppliers based on project
needs: What projects are in the pipeline and how will
they utilise modularisation?
Focusing on expectations for buying modules in terms of
suppliers and transportation logistics
*Check back www.prefabmodconstruction.com for updates

10:30

Morning Tea and Networking Break

11:00

Applying Upfront Risk Management Strategies for Offshore


Modular Projects
Reviewing key issues faced by offshore modular projects
at the project planning and feasibility study stage
Highlighting the key aspects required to be taken into
account for offshore modular projects and discussing
innovative risk mitigation alternatives to ensure project
execution
Ensuring the flexibility of your risk management
strategies by applying risk tracking systems throughout
the project cycle
Steve Kincheloe, Construction Manager
KELLOGG BROWN AND ROOT, CHINA

11:40

12:20

Roundtable Discussion: Managing Risk Exposure in


Modular Construction Projects
What types of risk are you facing as an asset owner,
contractor, fabricator, or transportation?
How these risks are best mitigated
Discussing the importance of pre-project planning: Do
different size modules imply difference levels of risks
and how is this assessed?
What role does stakeholder collaboration play in limiting
liability?
MODERATED BY CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN
Lunch and Networking Break

13:20

Discussing the Importance of Supplier Quality Surveillance


Taking a broad look at quality assurance in relationship to
modular construction
Comparing some of the regional quality assurance
requirements around Asia
Looking at specific projects and how these tactics were
employed for the entirety of the project
Focusing on specific case studies that highlight the
necessity for thorough quality assurance protocol
Dong Jia Xiang, Director of Quality Management
FLUOR, CHINA

14:00

Mitigating Risks for Large Scale Projects Involving


Multinational Collaboration
Effectively communicate key messages among project
owners, engineering companies and fabricators
Overcoming the cultural shock and different business
philosophies while building trust among projects
stakeholders
Schedule and costs control in multinational operations to
optimise ROI
Identifying logistics and transportation challenges for
multinational collaboration through various risk mitigation
methods
Saleh Kafami, Senior Project Engineer
WOODSIDE ENERGY, AUSTRALIA

14:40

Afternoon Tea and Networking Break

15:20

Ensuring the Most Effective Procurement and Contracting


Strategies for Large Scale Projects
Defining the relationship between suppliers and oil and
gas customers in the current economic climate
Discovering how simple models will not work as the
processes become more complex
Emphasising the significance of effective contracting to
safeguard both parties and gives reassurance to asset
owners
Alan Ong, Engineering Manager
FOSTER WHEELER, SINGAPORE

16:00

Evaluating Logistical Challenges Off-Shore Module


Transportation
Addressing offshore shipping requirements in Australia
Evaluating various prefabrication methodologies in
designing transportable modules
Conducting accurate and precise route surveys to ensure
better logistics planning and minimise risk
Strategies for ensuring safe and efficient offshore
transportation to project site
Berndt Rdiger Olesen, Managing Director, Retired
SAL SHIPPING AUSTRALIA PTY LTD, AUSTRALIA

16:40

Close of Conference Day One

This event is an excellent resource for


various ideas and different viewpoints on
modular construction.
Steve Kincheloe, Yard Manager, Hatch

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CONFERENCE AGENDA
DAY TWO: 23 AUGUST 2012, THURSDAY
8:30

Registration and Refreshments

9:00

Stepping Through a Modularisation Project from Concept


to Installation
Identifying project needs in terms of early stage module
planning and design
Working amongst multiple stakeholders: Developing a
comprehensive project management and delivery
strategy
Smart module design: Outlining design strategies in
coordination with logistics and installation
Taking a look at previous and ongoing successful case
studies to demonstrate stakeholder management
Outlining supplier and sup-supplier expectations

10:00

Looking at Advancements in Steel Fabrication Yards


Access is paramount: Discussing the growing number of
countries with viable fabrication yards
Making the informed decision: What variables influence
the decision on which fabrication yard to use?
Selecting the right yard for your projects: What to look
for and where do some projects go wrong
The future of on and offshore fabrication yards
Focusing on improving the cost, quality and longevity of
steel structures used in modular construction
Tony Hodgkins, Operations Manager
MCDERMOTT, INDONESIA

10:40

Morning Tea and Networking Break

11:10

Developing a Successful Preassembly Strategy for Major


Offshore Projects
Looking at how a preassembly strategy can enhance site
safety and overcome hardships associated with
executing projects in difficult environments
Assessing the advantages of using preassembly
techniques
Drawing on various projects and case studies to assess
constructability programs in action
Looking at the specifics of the Montara modules: How
were they created and transported?
Vincent DRozario, General Manager
and
Mattias Nordin, Business Development Manager, GPS,
SINGAPORE

12:00

Panel Discussion: The Importance of Pre-Project Planning


to Manage Risks
Looking at communication channels between
stakeholders
Discussing potential project risks and how these can be
best overcome
Describing war-stories about project specifics
Opening the floor to questions concerning project
logistics
MODERATED BY CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN

12:30

Lunch and Networking Break

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13:30

Developing Successful Delivery Models for Modular


Construction Usage
Analysing the critical success factors when using modular
construction
Stepping through the Toll Gating Process: conceptual
studies, pre-feasibility studies, feasibility studies and
execution
Assessing the project constructability impact and the
constructability programs ability to influence final
projects costs
Comparing modularisation vs. stick built cost analysis
Stephen Flounder, Construction Superintendent
WOODSIDE ENERGY, AUSTRALIA

14:10

Focusing on Exxonmobils Corporate Strategy in Terms of


Module Acquisition
Looking at the recent history of Exxonmobils module
acquisition and the projects they have been employed on
Discussing challenges in working with modules and what
types of technologies would be welcome market solutions
Exxonmobils expectations for buying modules in terms of
suppliers and transportation logistics: How has this been
used in current projects?
Looking into the future: What types projects are in the
pipeline and how does this relate to module acquisition?
Jidan Norashikin*, Procurement Manager
EXXONMOBIL, MALAYSIA

14:50

Afternoon Tea and Networking Break

15:20

Looking at Upcoming Projects in Asia in terms of Modular


Construction
Focusing on module growth and construction throughout
Asia
Projects currently in the pipeline and how they will
employ and develop the use of modular construction
Some interesting projects that Larson and Toubro has
worked with over the last several years
Identifying expectations from suppliers and sub-suppliers
and how these can be met
Philip Williams, Head Upstream Hydrocarbon Projects
LARSON AND TOUBRO LIMITED

16:00

Developing a Procurement Strategy for your Modular


Construction Project by Taking Design & Constructability
into Account
Understanding where the best location is to source your
module by contrasting strong purchasing power of some
facilities with lower production costs and quality
Considering the construction resources of each site while
testing viability for the project scope of work
Developing the commercial strategy for the project by
assessing the quality engineering work of the site for
precision

Building a strong partnership with your supplier to


ensure quality and project specifications are met
S. Sundram*, Manager of Field Services
JACOBS ENGINEERING, SINGAPORE

16:40

Closing Remarks by Conference Chair

16:50

Close of Conference Day Two

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Main Conference: 22-23 August 2012


Workshop: 22 August 2012
Site Tours: 24 August 2012
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