The Sydney-based Company WorleyParsons has been awarded a five-year contract worth about $220 million to provide Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM) services to Exxon Mobil’s portofolio of its offshore projects in Nigeria.
“This is an important achievement that will allow WorleyParsons to further invest in the development of local Nigerian resources, it reinforces our commitment to Nigeria and to the provision of our Asset Integrity and Business Improvement Services core offering to clients,” said WorleyParsons Chief Executive John Grill.
WorleyParsons said that its 49%-owned Nigerian operating entity, DeltaAfrik, will be responsible for the implementation of this project, including upgrades and expansion of Mobil Producing Nigeria offshore facilities and pipelines “as a means of ensuring the continuing operations of its offshore production facilities and supporting infrastructure in Nigeria.”

(Rig Zone & Upstream Online)