Environmental Parametric Cost Model in Oil and Gas EPC Contracts
AbstractThis study aims at identifying the parameters that govern the environmental costs in oil and gas projects. An initial conceptual model was proposed. Next, the costs of environmental management work packages were estimated, separately and were applied in project control tools (WBS/CBS). Then, an environmental parametric cost model was designed to determine the environmental costs and relevant weighting factors. The suggested model can be considered as an innovative approach to designate the environmental indicators in oil and gas projects. The validity of variables was investigated based on Delphi method. The results indicated that the project environmental management’s weighting factor is 0.87% of total project’s weighting factor. View Full-Text
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Abbaspour, M.; Toutounchian, S.; Dana, T.; Abedi, Z.; Toutounchian, S. Environmental Parametric Cost Model in Oil and Gas EPC Contracts. Sustainability 2018, 10, 195.
Abbaspour M, Toutounchian S, Dana T, Abedi Z, Toutounchian S. Environmental Parametric Cost Model in Oil and Gas EPC Contracts. Sustainability. 2018; 10(1):195.Chicago/Turabian Style
Abbaspour, Madjid; Toutounchian, Sanaz; Dana, Tooraj; Abedi, Zahra; Toutounchian, Solmaz. 2018. "Environmental Parametric Cost Model in Oil and Gas EPC Contracts." Sustainability 10, no. 1: 195.
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