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Country of study: United Kingdom (Liverpool)
Grade Required: Masters Pass (50-59%)
Length: 15500 Words (Estimated 38-39 pages)
Harvard Referencing style with in text reference where necessary.
Delivery Time: 20 Days
Subject Area: Management
Examination of project risk management practices in Norwegian oil and gas industry: The case of Statoil
The focus is to examine risk management in Norwegian oil and gas industry with the case study of Statoil.
Data will be collected through survey questionnaires. The dissertation words count is between 15,500 plus.
The aim and objectives of the research is to examine the risk management practices in oil and gas onshore and offshore industry in Norway with Statoil as case study.
The specific objectives of the research are:
– To bring up a credible and reliable suggestions that will highly benefit the company overall risk management contingent.
– To share a new light on how risk management should be prioritized among oil and gas industry.
– To conduct survey among Statoil’s current and former employees if possible regarding the company’s past risk management policies.
In order to achieve the specific research objectives, the following research questions will be addressed
– What are the significant of modern technology to risk management in the Norwegian oil and gas industry?
– What are the current and future risk management issues the company is facing?
– What kind of risk management policies and strategies adopted by Statoil?
With regard to methodology, quantitative is preferred and data analysis through survey approach quantitatively.
Oil and gas with statoil in context.
Data collection code: Quantitative (QN)
Student Intends to collect primary data through survey to be analysed quantitatively.
The University of Liverpool dissertation structure will highly be appreciated. Starting from
conclusion and recommendations