Jacobs Engineering was awarded a feasibility study contract from Equinor Energy to evaluate the possibilities for building a hydrogen production plant, including CO2 capture and export facilities, in Eemshaven, the Netherlands.
Jacobs Engineering was awarded a contract from Eastman Chemical Company to provide capital construction, maintenance and turnaround services at its facilities in Longview, Texas, and Kingsport, Tennessee.
Jacobs' local subsidiary in Saudi Arabia, Jacobs Zate, has been awarded a three-year, general engineering services (GES) contract from Yanbu Aramco Sinopec Refining Company (Yasref) to help optimize the production at the Yanbu Industrial City facilities in Saudi Arabia.
Jacobs Engineering Group has been awarded a contract for a pre-feasibility study, with the option of proceeding to a detailed feasibility study, for Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) and its subsidiaries. The studies are in support of KPC's strategic directions and downstream long term plans for the period up to 2040.
Jacobs Engineering Group and Atos have reached a non-exclusive collaboration agreement to provide predictive, condition-based maintenance and field services optimization solutions to clients across industry sectors including water, energy, transport, aviation, nuclear and the built environment.
Jacobs Engineering has been awarded a contract to complete a feasibility study for the expansion of Borealis’ polypropylene plants in Belgium. The study was awarded under the terms of the existing framework agreement with Borealis.
Jacobs Engineering Group received a five-year contract renewal from Shell Canada to provide mechanical maintenance and turnaround services on the company’s Scotford site located in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada.
Jacobs Engineering has been selected by Anglo American to provide engineering services to the company’s Los Bronces copper mine — one of the world’s largest copper mines with a processing capacity of 150 tonnes.