Operators and main contractors are contracting/sub-contracting a wide range of their activities. The Service Contract is the tool for controlling the efficiency of the Contractor.
This course allows all stakeholders involved (company, contractors, sub-contractors) to better understand the contractual relationship, their rights and obligations, and gives a detailed review of the contract and its main features. It reviews the whole contractor selection process from the pre-qualification stage to the award of the Contract.
The course focuses on the services contracts put in place for supporting a drilling campaign: rig contracts, drilling services contracts, logistic support contracts and covers all specificities of the various contracts.
Course Duration: 5 days
Course Level: Advanced Instructor: Paul Adrian or Dominique Deleersnyder
Designed for you, if you are...
A contract engineer, contract administrator or any other stakeholder involved in the relationship between the company and the contractors of a service contract
A driller or logistician interested in the contractual aspects of your operational activity
How we build your confidence
This course will give you a strong theoretical background through a solid and meticulous documentation, which you will be able to use in your working position as a reference
The course will also make extensive use of case studies and exercises
When appropriate, videos will complete and support the theory
The benefits from attending
By the end of the course you will feel confident in your understanding of:
A drilling campaign Contractual Strategy
The full 'Call For Tender' process and its various forms
The Technical Services Contract itself and its main clauses in terms of performance of the contract, financial conditions, liabilities, insurances and legal clauses
The specificities of some services contracts: rig, marine (and its regulatory framework), air support (and its regulatory framework)
Geology - Geophysics
Video to support the technical explanation of geophysics and drilling operations