and challenges and yet maintain the schedule.
• Robust tools for managing projects of
• An organizational structure with clear
objectives for everyone, combining active
leadership with delegation of responsibility to
the work sites.
At the height of our work on Moho Nord, the
multidisciplinary and international project
team comprised more than 500 people from
20-plus countries. Their jobs were to support
the contractors in their endeavors on dozens of
projects around the world.
Total’s cohesive, self-sufficient and highly
motivated team worked seamlessly despite the
multiple distances that sometimes separated
them: geography, time zones, cultures and
nationalities. Together, they focused on safety,
high-quality execution and compliance.
From Great Britain to South
Korea, from the Republic of
Congo to the United States,
from France to China—and
including Norway, Finland,
Italy, Poland, the Netherlands,
Germany, Argentina and
Romania—the Moho Nord
facilities were built in more
than a dozen countries around
the globe, involving more than
10,000 people during peak