SPE Online Education
Practical and Value-driven Management of Non-Technical Risks
Includes a Live Event on 04/02/2020 at 9:30 AM (EDT)
Non-technical or external stakeholder risks have become a dominant factor in the upstream business. Especially capital projects may experience significant schedule delays or cost overruns due a variety of issues of governmental, social, environmental, security or other external nature. Delegating your response to External Affairs or hiding behind a Corporate Social Responsibility program is no longer good enough.
Adequate addressing of non-technical risks, both mitigating downsides and benefiting from upsides, can be done, but needs an advanced level of internal organization and a culture that accepts external stakeholder perspectives. Technical functions need to take an active role and responsibility in addressing non-technical risks and need to work closely together with commercial and externally facing functions.
Christiaan Luca will give you practical tips on how to organize internally for effective addressing of non-technical risks and how to minimize undesired surprises from external stakeholders. The important role of management and the technical functions will be a key element of this lecture. A solid external response requires a solid internal organization.
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Independent Trainer, Assessor and Coach
Mr. Luca graduated with a BSc in mining engineering and a MSc in petroleum engineering, both from Delft University, the Netherlands. The first 14 years of his 32-year career with Shell he spent overseas in a variety of petroleum engineering roles, including drilling, reservoir engineering, project planning and economics developing oil and gas fields in Thailand, Syria, Gabon and Nigeria.
Upon returning to Shells corporate offices in the Netherlands, he held various management roles in technology and business strategy and planning. In these positions he was closely involved with externally challenged programs in CCS and Rigs-to-Reefs. Until end 2016, Christiaan was the head of Shells global practice in non-technical risk management. He now is an independent trainer, assessor and coach in this expertise area.
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