UK: Engineering Amec Foster Wheeler Services in Demand

Editor: Alexander Stark

Amec Foster Wheeler has announced a series of contracts won in the UK, Kuwait and Brunei. The scope of works include Ecaps, PMC and Feed services.

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A six-year contract builds on Amec Foster Wheelers' track record of delivering PMC services to KPC companies in Kuwait.
A six-year contract builds on Amec Foster Wheelers' track record of delivering PMC services to KPC companies in Kuwait.
(Source: Amec Foster Wheeler)

London/UK — Amec Foster Wheeler has been awarded a contract extension by Centrica for its Morecambe Bay onshore and offshore gas production assets in the UK. The Engineering, Construction and Project Support (Ecaps) contract includes work for operations and maintenance, minor modifications and projects. According to the company, this contract has a value of £ 60 million (approx. € 68.8 million)

The original contract awarded to the company in 2011 is now extended for a further three years to the end of 2019. Around 200 jobs will be secured as a result of the contract extension, the engineering company says.

Al-Zour, Kuwait PMC Contract

The company was also awarded a contract by Petrochemical Industries Company K.S.C. (PIC), a subsidiary of the Kuwait Petroleum Company (KPC), for the integration project between its Olefins III, Aromatics II and ZOR Refinery in the State of Kuwait. The contract covers Front-End Engineering Design (Feed) leading to Project Management Consultancy (PMC) for the project.

The new petrochemical facility will be integrated with the new Al-Zour 615,000 barrels per day refinery, which will be one of the largest refineries in the region.

Brunei Shell Petroleum Contract

A major contract by Brunei Shell Petroleum (BSP) for the rejuvenation of assets in Brunei also went to Amec Foster Wheeler

The work includes concept, Front End Engineering Design (Feed), detailed design, construction, completions and commissioning, marine management, fabrication management, procurement, and project management. The contract will run for five years from March 2017, with two one-year options to extend, and includes Brunei Shell Petroleum's oil and gas assets in the South China Sea.

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