A Consortium for the Promotion of Excellence in Energy Projects is Now Active in Nigeria

Nigeria (PRWEB) April 24, 2013

Typically a project that produces, for instance, an Oil and Gas Refinery will be owned by one or more international oil companies, partnered with NNPC and serviced by engineering companies and local service companies. The Nigeria PHC Consortium unites people from the whole range of companies in the energy industries to provide a common platform for the promotion of best practices in the implementation of projects in Nigeria.

The Consortium is preparing the way for Project Health Control into Nigeria by addressing common misconceptions about the overall benefits of PHC in a project. http://www.order-efficiency.com/PHC_consortium

“I have worked in a PHC environment and can say that the benefits of PHC applied to your project only become truly known and understood on receipt of your very first incentives payment. Then you realise that all you need to do is work normally on your project, giving it your best, using the PHC systems to report progress and problems,” says Cornel Eze, Manifold Engineer – IESL.

Payments are weekly and vary according to the project’s success-related ‘buzz’ which spreads rapidly and induces a desire in all to give the project their continual best. It is expected that the Consortium will make it possible to broadcast the message that PHC stands as the catalyst that links early completion with benefit for project participants.

“By harnessing the power of raw enthusiasm in a project’s workforce, we achieve a free flowing progress towards completion,” said David Winter, director of Order Efficiency Ltd. “With the application of PHC to a project, we get our wish for early completion and willing cooperation from an enthusiastic workforce fueled by a system of progressive money incentive payments.”

The race is still on to find a project for PHC to use as a trial and there are some contenders currently in negotiation. To give the impending trial the best chance of success, it needs to be played out under the open scrutiny of as much of Nigeria’s energy industry population as possible. This would be achieved through the consortium, as membership is made up from individuals from the whole spectrum of companies working in Nigeria’s energy industries.

Prospective members are welcome to join the consortium: http://www.order-efficiency.com/PHC_consortium.

People interested in the Project Health Control concept in general are welcome to join the PHC Interest Group (The PIG): http://www.order-efficiency.com/PHC_people.