Indonesia has 253 oil and gas contract areas including 66 producing PSCs, which must be controlled, monitored and supervised by BPMIGAS project management division with a limited number of personnel. 
Figure 1: BPMIGAS Project Monitoring & Controlling Organization
BPMIGAS do it manually input for project data based on weekly or monthly report from the PSC or based on the report to other functions within the BPMIGAS organization.
- BPMIGAS are difficult to conduct surveillance and tracking progress against the Project.
- Project progress reports that are not standard among the PSC operating in Indonesia.
- Intranet based.
BPMIGAS internally requires an effective and efficient application tools and standard operating procedure (SOP) to perform its functions, particularly project control and monitoring conducted by the Production Sharing Contract (PSC) via Work Program and Budget (WP&B) and Authorization For Expenditure (AFE).
Figure 2: Oil & Gas Project Phases
BPMIGAS in supervising and controlling the activities of PSC requires a tool or application to monitor the status of development projects more quickly and accurately as well as AFE and project performance. Risks, problems and change orders that arise throughout the project are important documents should be recorded into the system.
BPMIGAS Executive can monitor the progress of various projects efficiently and effectively through executive dashboards that are automatically generated.
Figure 3: Project Monitoring and Control in Organization Information Hierarchy
Figure 4: Project Monitoring & Control Solution Framework
Our approach will be carried out through three inter-related working stream which tackles all critical aspects of PMO/PMCS Organization.
Figure 5: Our Approach
Figure 6: Overall Project Activities
Analysis and Comparison of Alternatives
- Provides Database for Projects.
- Provides Document Repositories for Project’s Document (Contract, Engineering, and other documents related to Projects).
- Provides IT Tools for Ongoing Project Monitoring & Controlling System.
- Provides Report and Executive Dashboard for Monitoring Projects.
Functional and Process Enhancement Requirements:
- Provides Methodology for Program/Project Monitoring.
- Provides Organizations, Procedures, Form and Checklist for Enhance Program/Project Monitoring and Control Process.
Competencies and Change Management Requirements:
- Provides Standard Competencies and Training.
- Provides Support for Data Capturing Process,
Selection of the preferred alternatives
Project Management and Control System (PMCS) is a web based software package that consist of a powerful Project Management software and add-on applications suited especially for Infrastructure area in Indonesia whereas most of the progress measured by volume pay item or sub-contractor expenditures.
Figure 7: Project Management Process Group
- Data entry, especially Project’s Progress Status and Change Order will be conducted by the PSC.
- Project data entry via intranet is converted into a public web based with the security level of data access according authority.
- Data will be managed by the Project Management Division.
- Executive dashboard for Project Status Report (Actual vs Plan).
- Project data is already available on other functions such as PSC data, Master Schedule, AFE Contracts, subcontractor, etc. can be uploaded into the System.
Performance Monitoring & Post Evaluation of Results
Data Monitoring & Control is based on Matrix Contract by AFE.
Figure 8: Business Requirements
Figure 9: Matrix Contract by AFE
PSC is expected to fill the table / matrix that will be agreed in Microsoft Excel format (such as the table above) as a template to be filled with work plans and project progress per month for later upload. It is assumed the work plan is available per month of each contract for S-Curve can be generated from the work plan.
Results of progress upload per month (per period) will produce Actual S-curve per Contract, including the S-Curve per PO. For the PO that has no duration, will not produce the S-Curve. All S-Curve can be combined to produce S-Curve Consolidation.
Figure 10: Project Control Basis
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