RP2.3-06 Risk Governance for Procurement in Future Fuels
For all major infrastructure projects, one key issue is successful supply chain management. Late delivery of procured items, potential safety risks as a result of counterfeit items, and failure to meet expectations for levels of service are among the common issues which result in cost and schedule blowouts and significant reputation damage, potentially affecting the development of the entire industry sector.
For the speedy development of a future fuels sector in Australia, it is important that early projects are successfully executed. A key issue for all major infrastructure projects is successful supply chain management. This research project aims to support risk management in procurement in the context of future fuels. The central research questions are:
The following research activities were carried out to develop recommendations and practical guidance for member companies involved in development of pipelines, hydrogen generation and storage, production of biogas and renewable power generation:
UPDATE: The outputs from this project have been made available to all/any interested parties (i.e. both within and outside the CRC community):
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|Commencement / End Date||May 2021 to December 2022|
|Outcomes / Impact||
The intended outcomes from this project are an understanding of critical gateway points in the procurement process and the practices that can be implemented to improve risk governance in the gas pipeline sector. These aims will be achieved by development of a risk governance framework for procurement of materials, equipment and services particularly in the context of future fuels projects.
Such understanding will encourage the diligent and established application of risk mitigation measures in the procurement practices implemented for future fuels infrastructure and technology development. Risk management in procurement in the context of future fuels will help to ensure that societal expectations for safety are met and that the reputation of organisations and new technologies are protected.
|Partners||RMIT University, Metcalfe Engineering, JP&A, OSD Pipelines, APA Group, Jemena, Woodside, Enscope, Momentum Engineering, Spiecapag Lucas, Edgen Murray, Beach Energy, Nacap, SA Department of Energy and Mining|
Dr Stephen McGrail
Research and Education Program Coordinator