WorleyParsons win two major contracts

WorleyParsons has been awarded two major contracts in Canada and Bahrain.

The Canadian contract, with an unnamed ‘major exploration and production company, saw WorleyParsons awarded a master engineering and procurement services agreement set to run over five years.

A valuation was not given for the agreement.

Under the contract it will provide “a full range of consulting, engineering, procurement and project delivery services for the customer’s major projects and sustaining capital portfolio for their facilities around Canada,” WP said.

According to WorleyParsons’ CEO Andrew Wood, the company has a long standing relationship with the unnamed firm in Canada.

WorleyParsons has also signed a contract with the Bahrain Petroleum Company (BPC) worth $120 million.

It was awarded the Project Management Contractor (PMC) contract for a program to modernise the BPC’s refinery configuration.

“It is envisaged that the total refinery throughput will be 360,000 barrels per day; this will be achieved by integrating several new units into the existing refinery,” WorleyParsons said.

“As the PMC contractor, WorleyParsons will assist BAPCO to manage, monitor, and appraise the activities of the front end engineering design contractor, engineering, procurement, and construction contractors, and other contractors engaged to execute the work.”


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