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PROJECT - MANAGEMENT

From a Scientific Idea


to a Scientific Project

Thomas Woehrl OSG/ICDP


What we have What we need

What Targets
Scientific we have What we need

Scientific Targets
Catalogue of Duties and
Responsibilities
Equipment
Personnel &
Organizational Structure
Buildings
Samples
Plan of Procedures

Thomas Woehrl OSG/ICDP


The Horizontal and Vertical Project Structure

Idea Project Phases / Time Flow /

The
Themost
mostimportant
importanttask
taskof
ofaaproject
project
manager
managerisisto toplan
planaahorizontal
horizontaland
andvertical
vertical
project
projectstructure
structurebased
basedon
onthe
thegoals
goalsand
andthe
the
guidelines
guidelinesandandstrategy
strategyof
ofhis
hiscompany
companyor or
his
hisinstitute.
institute.
Aktivities

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Four Main-Phases of a Project

Scientific Goals
Organization
Science Community
General Conditions

Planning

Drilling Science Plan


Research Borhole Design
Managing Personal Plan
Controlling Budget Plan

Thomas Woehrl OSG/ICDP


Scientific Drilling Flow Chart I*

CONCEPT

WORKSHOP PROPOSAL

WORKSHOP

Science Team: Engineer(s):

Objectives Drilling Engineers


Sampling & Logging Requirements Logging Engineers
Management Structure

*) Cohen & Nielson, September 2003


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Important Questions of the Workshop

1) Have important scientific questions and information gaps


been identified?
2) Have the PIs and engineers made an adequate assessment
of the technology required for the project?
3) Is the genaral agreement about a proposal strategy and/or
potential funding sources?
4) Are there sufficient number of committed participants for the
project to succeed?
5) Is there good agreement between scientific and technical
participants as to objectives and general plan?
6) Are additional site surveys or feasibility studies necessary?

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Scientific Drilling Flow Chart II*

WORKSHOP

Site Investigations Site Visit


Administrative Plan Drilling Plan
Schedule Drilling Budget
Sample Protocol
Publications

Proposal Preparation

Submittal (to multiple agencies)

Funding

Re-evaluation of Project Scope

*) Cohen & Nielson, Sept. 2003


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Scientific Drilling Flow Chart III*

Select Drilling
Operators/Subcontractors

Loggistics, Permits, Safety Plans

Mobilization

Drilling and Sampling

Demobilization and Recultivation

Post-drilling Science, Sample and


Data Management

*) Cohen & Nielson, Sept. 2003


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The Vertical Structure of a Scientific Drilling Program
Level 1
Level 1
KTB is a basic research project concerning the physical and chemical conditions and processes in
The General
Scientific Goal the earths crust in order to understand the dynamics and evolution of intracrustal tectogenesis.

Level 2
Level 2 Evaluation of the current Recording of the fabrics, Transport processes Registration and
Reconstruction and Investigation of the
thermodynamic conditions gradients and (heat and material measurement of the
Fundamental interpretation of architecture, rheology
of the continental crust discontinuities and transport) and their temporal changes of
Scientific paleo-conditions and evaluation of the
and the present the geophysical and effects on the the physical, chemical
Questions and paleo-processes continental crust
running processes geochemical interpretation continental crust and material parameters

Level 3 Fabric Analysis Structural Analysis Petrophysical Analysis


Level 3
Solids Fluids Fluid Inclusions Macrostructures Microstructures Density
Gravity
Modalanalysis/ Pay Horizons Thermo-Barymetry Depth Orientation Natural Radioactivity
Petrography Chemistry Chemistry Strike/Dip Chronology Temperature
Determination Sec. Mineralization/ Isotopes/ Isotopic Chemistry Type/Chronology Mineralization Thermal Conductivity
of the Geochronology Mineralization Heat Production
Alteration
Scientific Porosity
Phase Petr./ Gasanalysis
Parameters Permeability
to Reach the Thermobarymetry
Chemistry Formation Pressure/
Fundamental
Goals Isotopic Chemistry Hydraulics
Geochronology Electrical Properties
Prim. Lith./Facies Remanent Magnetism
Paleontology Magnetic Susceptibility
Magnetic Field
Elastic Waves
(P- and S-Waves)
Rock Mechanics
Stress Field

Level 4
Level 4
Sampling and
Measurements Core Sidewall Core Cuttings Boot Basket Mud Fluid Sampler Centrifuge Tests Logging
Industrial Goals

The hard input-parameter of an industrial project development:

Unit Costs Lean Production

Cash Flow Break-Even Point


Profit and Loss Account

Turnover
Sales Figure Profit
Balance Sheet

Market Research Zero-Defect Target

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The Scientific Goals

For example the scientific main idea of the KTB Project:

KTB
KTBisisaabasic
basicresearch
researchproject
projectconcerning
concerningthe
the
physical
physicaland
andchemical
chemicalconditions
conditionsand
andprocesses
processes
in
inthe
theearths
earthscrust
crustin
inorder
ordertotounderstand
understandthe
the
dynamics
dynamicsandandevolution
evolutionof
ofintracrustal
intracrustal
tectogenesis.
tectogenesis.

Thomas Woehrl OSG/ICDP


Situation in a Scientific Drilling Project

The basis of a good project management is the precise


definition of the project goals.

Hard Facts?
Unit Costs
Turnover
KTB
KTBisisaabasic
basicresearch
researchproject
projectconcerning
concerningthe
the
Profit and Loss Account
physical
physicaland
andchemical
chemicalconditions
conditionsand
andprocesses
processes
Cash Flow
Zero-Defect Target
ininthe
theearths
earthscrust
crustininorder
orderto
tounderstand
understandthe
the
Break-Even Point Lean Production
dynamics
dynamicsand
andevolution
evolutionof
ofintracrustal
intracrustal
Sales Figure Profit
tectogenesis.
tectogenesis.
Market Research
Balance Sheet

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CONGRATULATION

You

are now the


PROJECTMANAGER !
Thomas Woehrl OSG/ICDP
Top-Down Planning of a Scientific Drilling Project*

General Scientific Goal

Concrete Scientific
Questions
Essential
Investigations
Investigation of the
1. Testing the UHP metamorphic
composition and structure of the lowest parts of
rocks
the UHPM belt in a collisional
established Sample & Logging
by geophysical surveying
Cost Planning
1. Geological and mineralogical
orogenetic belt description of the formation
Priority List
2. Revealing the crustal behavior of convergence plate
2. Petrophysical
boundaries investigation of the lithological units
3.
3. Fluid- and gas
Establishing analysis
of........ Sample & Logging
Time Schedule
Program
Technical &
Personnel
Requirements
*) Based on CCSDP
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1. Scientific Question of CCSDP

Testing the composition and structure of the lowest parts of the


UHPM belt established by geophysical surveying.

The structure of the UHPM slices: composition, thickness


and relationship of slices and their tectonic setting.

The composition of non-UHPM belt under the UHPM slices

The composition and character of the high density, high


resistivity, high reflectivity, and high velocity body identified
at 3~5 km depth.

The characteristics of earthquake zones

Thomas Woehrl OSG/ICDP


From Scientific Terms to Investigations I

The structure of the UHPM slices: composition, thickness


and relationship of slices and their tectonic setting.

structure

and/or

Macrostructure Microstructure

Depth Orientation
Dip/Strike Type/Age
Type/Age Mineralization
Mineralization

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From Scientific Terms to Investigations II

The structure of the UHPM slices: composition, thickness


and relationship of slices and their tectonic setting.

composition
structure
Fabric - Analysis
Solids Fluid Inclusions Formation Fluids

Petrography/Modal-Analysis Thermo-Barometry Pay Horizons


Second.-Min./Alteration Chemistry Chemistry
Phase Petro./Thermo-Barom. Isotopic-Chemistry Isotopes
Chemistry Geochronology
Isotopic-Chemistry Gas Analysis
Geochronology
Prim.-Lithol./Facies Analysis
Palaeontology

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2. Scientific Question of CCSDP

Revealing the crustal behavior of convergence plate boundaries

The subduction of the continental slab

The relationship between the UHP eclogite and ultramafic rocks

Distinguishing UHP and non-UHP zones in gneisses

The devolatilization of UHPM rocks and magma formation

The uplift rate and cooling history of the UHP terrane

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4. Scientific Question of CCSDP

Fluid action of convergent plate boundaries

The change of fluid contents with depth

The flow patterns of fluids and cycling mechanisms

The source of fluids - mantle or crust origin.

The evolution of fluids and partial melting

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Investigations and Concrete Scientic Questions

Macrostructure

Depth
Dip/Strike
Type/Age
Mineralization

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Mud

Tests
Cores

Cuttings

Degasser
Centrifuge

Fluid-Sampler
Side Wall Cores

Cutting-Sampler
Mode-Anal./Petrography

Thomas Woehrl OSG/ICDP


Second.-Min./Alteration
Phase Petrography
Chemistry
Isotopic-Chemistry
SOLIDS

Geochronology
Prim.-Lithol./Facies Anal.
Palaeontology
Pay Horizons
Chemistry
Isotopes/Geochronology
FLUIDS

Gasanalysis
Thermo-Barometry
Chemistry
INCL.
FLUID

Isotopic-Chemistry
Depth
Dip/Strike
Type/Age
MACRO
The Connection of Measurements with Samples

Mineralization
Orientation
STRUCTURE

Type/Age
MICRO

Mineralization
Contribution of downhole measurements to geological subdisciplines

Natural Acoustic Energy


Principle

Natural Radioactivity
Electrical Resistivity
Measurements
Applications

Acoustic Waveform
Electrical Imaging
Acoustic Imaging

Neutron Porosity
Spectral Density

Fluid Sampling
Stress Probing

Fluid Pressure

Magnetization
Susceptibility
Temperature

Geochemica
Downhole
Principle
Application

Economic Geology
Geochemistry
Geothermics
Hydrogeology
Paleoclimatology
Petrology/Sedimentology
Seismology
Stratigraphy
Structural Geology
Tectonics

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Results of the Planning Phase

WORKSHOP

Science Team:

Requirements of the scientists

Engineer(s):

Technical options for drilling


and logging

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Geological Situation and Targets - Drilling Alternatives

A B C
Underas Bjrk Rasta

MID-01 BJO-01

Lithology&Petrography?
Fault Zones? 2
Hydraulic&Hydrochemistry?

? Pressure Zones?
Pumptests?
3 km
?
Shear-Zones
Target-Area 1 2 km

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Basic Parameter

Selection of drill bits


Estimation of the rate of penetration
(drilling time)
Selection of the right mud system
Lithology&Petrography?
Fault Zones?
Selection of tools
Hydraulic&Hydrochemistry?
Casing depth
Pressurized Zones?
Mud lost
Pumptests?

Selection of the right mud system


Use of special casing steel
Pumping equipment Mud density
Special casing Well head equipment
(slottet liner)

Thomas Woehrl OSG/ICDP


Drilling and Casing Scheme
Drilling - Diameter Casing - Diameter

30 m: 30 28 Stand Pipe

1 km

13 3/8 Surface Casing

1 600 m: 17 1/2

2 km

9 5/8 Liner

3 km
Cement
3 200 m: 12 1/4
Gneiss

4 km
7 Liner

5 km Cement
5 200 m: 8 1/2
Cores

Open Hole

5 820 m: 6 1/4 6 km

Fig. 19

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Logging & Sampling Program
Drilling - Diameter Logging Program Sampling Program

30 m: 30

Cuttings

Fluids
ABF12
MP-Cal

MSFL

Gas
SGR
BCS

CNT
FMI
1 km

1 600 m: 17 1/2

2 km

3xMP-CAL

Cuttings
ABF12

Cores
MSFL

Fluids
SGR
BCS

CNT

Gas
FMI
3 km

3 200 m: 12 1/4

Fluids
Cores
3xMP-CAL

4 km

Gas
ABF12
MSFL

CNT
SGR
BCS

FS

FMI
5 km
5 200 m: 8 1/2

Fluids
Cores
3xMP-CAL

ABF12

4x FS
MSFL

NMR

Gas
SGR
BCS

FMI

5 820 m: 6 1/4
6 km

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Time-Depth Plan

Time

Directional Drilling

Depth Logging & Casing

Logging & Casing

Logging & Casing

Logging & Testing

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Master Schedule

Bjrk Drilling Project - Master Schedule

No.-Day Day Date Activity Comment Science Group


-8 Monday Side Preparation
-7 Tuesday Side Preparation
-6 Wednesday Side Preparation
-5 Thursday Side Preparation
-4 Friday Side Preparation
-3 Saturday Mob Rig Mob Field-Lab Field-Lab Crew
-2 Sunday Mob Rig Field-Lab Crew
-1 Monday Mob Rig Field-Lab Crew
1 Tuesday Drilling 17 1/2" - Spud in Cutting Analysis Field-Lab Crew
2 Wednesday Drilling 17 1/2" Cutting Analysis Field-Lab Crew
3 Thursday Drilling 17 1/2" Cutting Analysis Field-Lab Crew
4 Friday Drilling 17 1/2" Cutting Analysis Field-Lab Crew
5 Saturday Drilling 17 1/2" Cutting Analysis Field-Lab Crew
6 Sunday Drilling 17 1/2" Cutting Analysis Field-Lab Crew
7 Monday Drilling 17 1/2" Cutting Analysis Field-Lab Crew
8 Tuesday Logging Logging LTD; Uni XY; GFZ
9 Wednesday Casing & Cementing
10 Thursday Drilling 12 1/4" Core Analysis Field-Lab Crew
11 Friday Drilling 12 1/4" Core Analysis Field-Lab Crew
12 Saturday Drilling 12 1/4" Core Analysis Field-Lab Crew
13 Sunday Drilling 12 1/4" Core Analysis Field-Lab Crew
14 ................ ....................... ...................... ........................
15 ................ ....................... ...................... ........................

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Drill Site Lay Out

90 m
Infrastructure:

Power supply
Water supply
Sewage disposal Workshop Spare Parts

Prime Mover
Waste disposal
Telecommunication
Toolpusher

Pipe Rack
50 m

Drawworks
Drill Rig
Car Park

Mud Pits
Reserve
Pump
Drilling Crew

Pump
Active Mud Pits

Waste Pit

On-Site
Client Mud L. Sampl.
Lab

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Accessibility

3,50 m

4,00 m

BJO - 01

50 t

Road Radius: 40 - 50 m (width: 10 m)


Overtaking Space: every 300 m

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Environmental Impact

~ -20%

Noise Reduction
Wall

100 m Rig

Drill-Site

45 dB
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Cash Flow

Accumulated Cost
Cost

Time

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Murphys Law of Scientific Projects

Not Enough Money

Not Enough Time

Not Enough Manpower

To Much Scientific Ideas

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Ready for the Next Loop

General Scientific Goal

Concrete Scientific
Questions
Essential
Investigations

Sample & Logging


Cost Planning
Priority List

Time Schedule Sample & Logging


Program
Technical &
Personnel
Requirements
Thomas Woehrl OSG/ICDP
Project Controlling

The
Thefinal
finalproject
projectplan
plandiscussed
discussedand andaccepted
acceptedwith
withthe
the
principle
principleinvestigators,
investigators,with
withthe
theengineers,
engineers,and
andwith
withthe
the
science
sciencecommunity
communitybuild
buildthe
thebenchmark
benchmark//masterplan
masterplanofofthe
the
project.
project.

All
Allactions
actionsand
andreactions
reactionsin
inaarunning
runningproject
projecthas
hasto
tobe
be
controlled
controlledalways
alwayswith
withthis
thismasterplan.
masterplan.

In
Inaarunning
runningproject
projectbe
besuspicious
suspiciousof
ofproposed
proposed
experiments,
experiments,which
whichare
arevery
veryimportant
importantand
andwhich
whichneed
need
almost
almostno
noadditional
additionalmoney
moneyand
andtime!
time!

Thomas Woehrl OSG/ICDP


The Snake Problem*

Actions and/or trouble


shooting in even only
one subproject may
jeopardize the whole
project!

Keep the project


overview!

*) after Adamson
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Bar Chart

Subproject A
Subproject B
Subproject C
Subproject D
Subproject E
Subproject F
Subproject G
Subproject H

0 5 10 15 20 25
Days

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Gantt Chart
August September Oktober November
Nr. Vorgangsname 27.07. 03.08. 10.08. 17.08. 24.08. 31.08. 07.09. 14.09. 21.09. 28.09. 05.10. 12.10. 19.10. 26.10. 02.11. 09.11. 16.11.
1 1 Start of the Project

2 1.1 Compiling of Project-Ideas

3 1.2 Definition of Scientific Goals

4 1.3 Constitution Projectstructur Presite Invest

5 1.4 Installation Workinggroups Presite Investi

6 2 Planning of the Presite Investigations

7 2.1 Discussion of Possible Sites

8 2.2 Determination of the Goals for the Presite

9 2.3 Projecting the Presite Investigations

10 2.3.1 Geol. Survey

11 2.3.2 Geophysical Field Measurements

12 2.3.3 Geochemical Investigations

13 2.3.4 Determination of Pilot Drillholes

14 2.3.5 Determination of the Budget

15 2.4 Submission of the Presite Investigation Pr

16 2.5 Evaluation of the Presite Investigation Pro

17 3 Granting of the Presite Investigations Progra 09.10.98 17:00


18 4 Realization of the Presite Investigation Progr

19 4.1 Geol. Survey

20 4.2 Geophysical Field Measurements

21 4.3 Geochemical Investigations

22 4.4 Drilling of the Pilotholes

23 4.5 Site-Reports

24 4.6 Discussion of the Results

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Event Box for the Critical Path Method (CPM)
2 PC 6
B

5 6 11
13 6 19
1 PC 4 4 PC 4 7 PC 2 8 PC 3
A D G H

0 0 4 11 4 15 19 0 21 21 0 24
0 0 4 15 4 19 19 0 21 21 0 24

3 PC 8 5 PC 5
C E
Activity Person in Estimated
4 0 12 10 0 15
Code Charge 4 0 Duration
12 10 0 15

6 PC 7
F
Activity 12 2 19
Description 14 2 21

Earliest Buffer Earliest


Start Time Finish

Latest Total Latest


Start Buffer Finish

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Data Input CPM

! Activity Code
1 PC 4
! Activity Description
A ! Estimated Duration
8 PC 3

H
2 PC 6 ! Relationships of the Activities
7 PC 2
B G
5 PC 5

3 PC 8 E 6 PC 7

C 4 PC 4 F
D

AC PC ED

A
ES BT EF
LS TB LF

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Four Precedence Relationships

Start-to-Start

Finish-to-Start

Finish-to-Finish
Start-to-Finish

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Critical Path Method (CPM)
2 PC 6 No buffer time = Critical Path
AF5
B
5 6 11
13 6 19 4 PC 4 7 PC 2 8 PC 3
1 PC 4
2
A EF3
D G H
0 0 4 11 4 15 19 0 21 21 0 24
0 0 4 15 4 19 19 0 21 21 0 24

3 PC 8 5 PC 5
-2 4
C E
4 0 12 10 0 15
4 0 12 10 0 15

6 PC 7

F 7

12 2 19
14 2 21

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Example of CPM Time Plot

5 8
B
4
D
3
A C
2

4
E G H
2
F

0 5 10 15 20 25
Days

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Mud
Side

Mud

Tests
Tests
Cores
Cores

Cuttings
Cuttings
Side Wall

Degasser
Degasser
Centrifuge
Centrifuge

Fluid-Sampler
Fluid-Sampler
Relation:

Wall Cores
Cores

Cutting-Sampler
Cutting-Sampler
Mode-Anal./Petrography
Mode-Anal./Petrography
Second.-Min./Alteration
Second.-Min./Alteration
Petrography
Phase Petrography
Phase
Chemistry
Chemistry
Isotopic-Chemistry
Isotopic-Chemistry

SOLIDS
SOLIDS
Geochronology
Geochronology
Anal.
Prim.-Lithol./FaciesAnal.
Prim.-Lithol./Facies

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Palaeontology
Palaeontology
Horizons
Pay Horizons
Pay
Chemistry
Chemistry
Isotopes/Geochronology
Isotopes/Geochronology
FLUIDS
FLUIDS

Gasanalysis
Gasanalysis
Methods Scientific Questions

Thermo-Barometry
Thermo-Barometry
Chemistry
Chemistry
INCL.
INCL.
FLUID
FLUID

Isotopic-Chemistry
Isotopic-Chemistry
Depth
Depth
Dip/Strike
Dip/Strike
Type/Age
Type/Age
MACRO
MACRO

Mineralization
Mineralization
Orientation
Orientation
STRUCTURE

Type/Age
STRUCTURE

Type/Age
MICRO

Mineralization
MICRO

Mineralization
Changing Soft Facts in Hard Facts

Relation:
Methods Samples
Correlation between Samples and Scientific Methods

Evaluation of Sampling and Logging:

Scoring: 0 - 3
0 = failure
3 = excellent

Scoring: 0 - 3
0 = nothing
3 = maximum
Informational Use for a Scientific Method:
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Input & Results I

1,00 = as scheduled

1,00

1,00

1,7

4,0

D-Factor = Redundancy

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Input & Results II

0,88

0,54

0,6

5,1

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Reporting

April
Scientific-Program-Controlling The Core Quality is poor = 1
Side-wall coring unsuccessfull = 0
1 Cutting analysis not sufficient = 1
Centrifuge sampling good = 3

0,8

Reaction
0,6
Sampling-P.
Cancel of coring
Concentration
Scientific P.on cutting analysis
0,4
Running a cutting sampler

0,2 Sampling-Program
Scientific-Program May
Cutting analysis is good = 3
0
Cutting sampler runs good = 3
Jan 98 Feb 98 Mrz 98 Apr 98 Mai 98 Side-wall coring successfull = 3

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Project Management in General

Thoughts of a scientist:

Project management is a stupid, boring and


time consuming paperwork.

But really?

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Potential Influence on Project Costs

Time
0% 100%

Max.
Potential Influence
on Project Costs

Project Costs

(after: Siemens AG)


Min.
Definition Planning Realisation Completion

Project Phases

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Cost and Benefit in a Project

- 20%
Costs

Costs - 20%
Time

+ 5%

Start End
Time

5 % of additional work and expense for planning at the beginning of a


project may result in a rate of return of up to 20 % of cost as well of time!

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Projectmanagement During the Life Time of a Project

100%

ideal

actual

0%
Start End
Time

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The Involvement of External Consultants in a Project

100%
ideal

Look for the assistance


of a drilling consultant
as early as possible.

actual
PIs may need to budget
~$ 500/day
for such a service.
0%
Start End
Time

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Four Main-Phases of a Project

Planning

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Project Completion

The End is not The End!


Tasks and Necessities:

! Demobilization of the Drill-Rig


! Recultivation of the Drill-Site
Completion ! Cost Controlling

! Reporting
! Publications !
! Storage of Samples
! Preparation of Samples
! Distribution of Samples
! Data-Managing

Dont underestimate the effort and ! Responsibilities


! Personnel
costs for the fourth project phase! ! Budget

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What we have What we need

What Targets
Scientific we have What we need

Scientific Targets
Catalogue of Duties and
Responsibilities
Equipment
Personnel &
Organizational Structure
Buildings
Samples
Plan of Procedures

Thomas Woehrl OSG/ICDP