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Modular Optimization - A case study by Cofely Fabricom

Modular Optimization - A case study by Cofely Fabricom

OPTARA (Optimization of The Antwerp-Rotterdam-Amsterdam area) is a refining project worth approximately 700 million euro. The Antwerp refinery, TOTAL’s largest and Europe’s second largest refinery complex, required an upgrade to produce less heavy fuel oil and more diesel and gas oil with ultra-low sulfur content. Cofely Fabricom took up the challenge and succeeded. See what they did in this exclusive case study, provided by lead sponsor Cofely Fabricom,
Devon Canada: The Owner’s Perspective on Modular Implementation

Devon Canada: The Owner’s Perspective on Modular Implementation

There may be no one who understands the ins and outs of Modular Construction & Prefabrication like Martin Clutterbuck the Manager of Fabrication & Modularization at Devon Canada. Costs? Operations? Supply Chain? Martin addresses these issues and more in our exclusive video interview.

Modular Construction & Prefabrication Canada - Sponsorship Agenda

Modular Construction & Prefabrication Canada - Sponsorship Agenda

Please fill out the form below to view your copy of the Conference Agenda. Alternatively, feel free to send your request to Brittany.Hicks@iqpc.com to receive your copy via email.
Analyze & Persist: Speaker Perspectives

Analyze & Persist: Speaker Perspectives

We interviewed past summit speakers Anirudh Kumar - Construction Engineer & Project Manager - Swift Resources, Carmen Velasquez - Executive Director, Energy Programs, CABREE – University of Alberta, and Saeid Ghorban – Module Quality Assurance - Darya. They discuss thriving in a bad market, the most common challenges companies are facing right now, and recommend best practices on capacity maintenance and risk assessment.

Modular Construction from A to Z

Modular Construction from A to Z

Ross Harper, Module Consultant at Spectra Energy, walks us through the modular construction and prefabrication process, including the challenges that each phase and how they are addressed.

Enough Already! Preventing the Culture of “Project Change” in Modular Construction

Enough Already! Preventing the Culture of “Project Change” in Modular Construction

Returning speaker Martin Clutterbuck, Manager of Fabrication and Modularization at Devon Energy, shared this presentation on change management which he gave at the last summit. It goes into the key change management principle, the Element Standards, and preventing the culture of project change.

Modular Construction Canada 2016 - Sponsorship Prospectus

Modular Construction Canada 2016 - Sponsorship Prospectus

Please fill out the form below to view your copy of the Sponsorship Prospectus. Alternatively, feel free to send your request to Brittany.Hicks@iqpc.com to receive it via email.
Economic Investment Report: Following the Capital Trail in Oil & Gas

Economic Investment Report: Following the Capital Trail in Oil & Gas

The Oil & Gas industry is facing some challenging market conditions - but many see the word 'challenge' as a synonym for 'opportunity'. In advance of the 5th Anniversary summit, we have compiled the perspectives of some of the leading organizations in the industry to provide you with a 13-page Economic Investment Report in order to help guide your understanding of the market and how you can apply lesson's learned to your current suite of projects.

Convening the Right Team for the Job

Convening the Right Team for the Job

Returning speaker Saeid Ghorban, Module Quality Assurance at Darya, provides insight into excellence in collaboration in this presentation, which he shared at the previous summit. Saeid goes into win-win agreements, planning prior awarding, verification vs assumption, and more!

Three Biggest Challenges in Modular Construction (and how to overcome them)

Three Biggest Challenges in Modular Construction (and how to overcome them)

Modular construction is a strategy that was originally conceptualized for the offshore oil industry to allow large amounts of fabrication work to be done onshore. Since that time, a lot of things have changed and modular strategies for onshore projects have evolved. At present, what would be considered the 3 biggest challenges in modularization? How can you overcome them? This information might just save you millions.

The Owner's Perspective on Modular Implementation

The Owner's Perspective on Modular Implementation

Martin Clutterbuck, Manager of Fabrication & Modularization at Devon Energy Canada has a unique perspective as an Owner. It enables him and his team to have a birds-eye view of the entire modular construction process from feasibility through to operations. In this interview, he discusses the benefits and inhibitors to this ability, and more.

The Ideal Market Conditions for Implementing Modular Construction & Prefabrication Facilities

The Ideal Market Conditions for Implementing Modular Construction & Prefabrication Facilities

In this exclusive video interview, Mike Adel, Director-Supply Chain at Access Midstream, discusses the most ideal market conditions to drive the industry, how the recent economic downturn affected his company, navigating metrics to enable economic decision-making, and more!

FPMS a Proven Workforce Methodology - A case study by Cofely Fabricom

FPMS a Proven Workforce Methodology - A case study by Cofely Fabricom

Cofely Fabricom utilizes a unique project management system FPMS (Fabricom Project Management System). FPMS is a proactive tool leveraged to achieve execution excellence. Based on 25 years of experience, FPMS is tailor-made for Cofely Fabricom and used to manage and steer its projects for the past two decades across the globe. See how Cofely Fabricom leverages FPMS to fabricate, transport and complete mechanical hook-up of 28 modules weighing a total of 5000 tonnes, in a safe and time-efficient schedule without delay.
Sponsorship Highlight: Assessing Modular Design Through Collaboration

Sponsorship Highlight: Assessing Modular Design Through Collaboration

Sponsors and attendees of our Modular Construction & Prefabrication event share their opinions about the summit and their reasons for participating.

Making a Commitment to Modularization: Understanding its Long-Term Benefits

Making a Commitment to Modularization: Understanding its Long-Term Benefits

Risks such as available onsite labor, and extreme weather and environmental risks need to be considered when planning to modularize. Thomas Barter, Director Construction, Sealifts, Modularization, WorleyParsons discusses these issues and more in this exclusive interview.

Value Erosion: Designing for the Long Term

Value Erosion: Designing for the Long Term

Returning speaker Mitch Voican, President of VMI Western Ltd, encouraged us to share this presentation on strategic planning, which he spoke on at the previous summit. The presentation goes into increasing final value, needed verifications for re-using modules, relocating and re-selling used modules, and more!

Oil, Gas & Geopolitics: Predictions For 2016

Oil, Gas & Geopolitics: Predictions For 2016

In the spirit of informed guestimation, we present you with ten predictions for the oil and gas and geopolitical landscape in 2016, and hope beyond hope that most are less prescient than they seem…

Building Blocks of Modular Success eBook

Building Blocks of Modular Success eBook

Find out the best practices for dealing with challenges, building a successful package, planning logistics, embracing the growing role modularization is playing in mining and oil & gas. That and much more is included within this 16-page ebook, contributed to by industry leaders and summit speakers from companies such as Fluor Corporation, NAIAD Company Ltd, DOF Subsea, and Worley Parsons.

BEST PRACTICES: Maintaining Capacity for Existing/Operating Facilities

BEST PRACTICES: Maintaining Capacity for Existing/Operating Facilities

Anirudh Kumar, Construction Engineer, R3-Revamp Project at NOVA Chemicals Corporation, discusses that while market conditions are down – that doesn’t mean that work has ceased! There are projects moving forward – albeit focused on the maintenance of existing facilities as opposed to the construction of brand new facilities. And by exploring this aspect of the industry, you stand to gain perspective on the direction of maintenance related module development, and the potential ROI available to you.
Energy: Perspective and Outlook

Energy: Perspective and Outlook

Carmen Velasquez, Executive Director, Energy Programs at Centre for Applied Business Research in Energy and the Environment (CABREE) at the University of Alberta, presents on understanding the market – we stand to better understand the direction that the industry is bound to take, and therefore, how you can prepare yourself for the inevitable rebound of the industry.
Engineering as a driver for module construction

Engineering as a driver for module construction

Andy Mukherjee, Modules Contracts Management discusses K+S Potash investigates the idea of engineering as a driver of modular use and how innovation over the coming years will affect that change.