Development of Agile Project Management Framework in Oil and Gas Companies in Kuwait
The Petroleum industry requires construction and renovation of 'upstream' and 'downstream' facilities. Kuwait Oil Company is dealing with the exploration and manufacturing of crude oil & natural gas. EPC projects perform an essential role in the technology of new physical amenities to keep or decorate production. Project administration has developed incredibly over time due to several strategies to deal with building activities. Schedule and Budget are the two most important concerns required to be optimised all through execution. Therefore, a very excellent & efficient challenge management system is wished and has to be framed to deal with the fundamental capital construction projects. In effect, help the organisation makes have an impact on the country's economy.
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