Experienced leader in oil and gas project delivery will share his knowledge with RGU staff and students

Doug Littlejohn

The success of projects and business plans will be explored by Doug Littlejohn, Director of Consulting for 20|20 Business Group, at the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) ‘The Business of Risk’ event on Wednesday 26 March.

The success of projects and business plans can be influenced by the way in which risks are identified, controlled and managed and good risk management will increase your prospects of getting it right first time, with projects delivered on time, on budget and with results planned.

Mr Littlejohn will discuss examples of where and how this philosophy can be put in place and what can happen if it’s not.

Doug has more than 25 years of direct experience in oil and gas project delivery, from refinery modifications/shutdowns to subsea step-­out’s to full field developments in the deep water regions of the world.

Starting from a mechanical engineering base, Doug has held Project Delivery and Operations Management roles within the likes of Technip and Subsea 7, as well as senior project management consulting roles within a selection of international oil companies


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