December 2001

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: What can help troubled owner / ECC relationship?

The long-term relationship between owners and the contractors thathelp serve their technical needs has been buffeted in recent years.Addressing this topic at Rice University's Global CompetitivenessFo..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The long-term relationship between owners and the contractors that help serve their technical needs has been buffeted in recent years. Addressing this topic at Rice University's Global Competitiveness Forum was management consultant J.P. Chevriere of Transmar Consult Inc., Houston, Texas. Based on his HPI industry experience and Transmar's ongoing global engineering studies, his viewpoints aim to expose industry realities that if left hidden would contribute to problems being untreated and unresolved. Space limitations prohibit citing the entire text of Mr. Chevriere's presentation. However, for more information, he can be contacted at: riveroaks@anchoroffice.com. The fo

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