Project Performance

  • Fakhry A. Assaad
  • Philip E. LaMoreauxSr.

Abstract

A successful project has specific objectives, a work schedule and a time limit for completion, assigned staffing, and adequate funding. The project should be completed on schedule and produce a technically and editorially correct report (Waste Management of North America Inc. 1989; Green 1991; Moore 1991; U.S. Geological Survey 1991, 1959–60).

Keywords

Clay Migration Income Drilling Expense 

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References

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Fakhry A. Assaad
    • 1
  • Philip E. LaMoreauxSr.
    • 1
  1. 1.P.E. LaMoreaux & Associates Inc.TuscaloosaUSA

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