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Worley continues to build pipeline of work

Worley announced yet another contract building on its already impressive pipeline of work. The $5.5 billion global provider of professional project and asset services in the energy, chemicals and resources sectors, helps customers to reduce their emissions and move towards a low carbon future.

SABIC Plastic Energy Advanced Recycling B.V awarded Worley a services contract for its new recycling unit in the Netherlands. The recycling unit will leverage Plastic Energy's patented recycling technology to transform plastic waste into recycled oils, which will then be used as an alternative feedstock to manufacture plastic solutions.

Under this contract, which is strategic to Worley’s pivot to sustainability, Worley will provide engineering, procurement and construction management services for the recycling unit for two years.

“We are excited to build our relationship with SABIC and Plastic Energy and help transform the global use of waste plastics and advance the circular economy. As a global professional services company headquartered in Australia, this project is an example of Worley’s strategic focus on sustainability and delivering a more sustainable world,” said Chris Ashton, Chief Executive Officer of Worley.

Worley continues to build an impressive backlog pipeline of work with several contracts awarded in the last few months:

  • A three‐year services contract with Alcoa of Australia Ltd for integrated mining, refining, and smelting operations. Providing engineering and project delivery services for Alcoa’s site‐based sustaining capital program of works.

  • Two global framework agreements with BP International; one for conceptual engineering and the other for early engineering and front‐end engineering design services. Both agreements are for a term of two years to provide services to BP’s global offshore developments. Worley will provide concept selection and development services including appraisals, feasibility studies, and technical definition studies.

  • A contract by Hardisty Energy Terminal Limited Partnership, a joint venture between Gibson Energy Inc. and U.S. Development Group, for services at the Hardisty terminal in Alberta, Canada. Worley will provide engineering, procurement, fabrication, and construction services for a new diluent recovery unit enabling product from the Gibson Hardisty terminal to access new energy markets in the United States and Canada through rail transportation.

  • Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy awarded Worley a contract for statutory inspections and general maintenance of wind‐turbine‐generator cranes and lifts across all turbines on the London Array offshore wind farm. This award follows the acquisition of 3sun in October 2019, which provided Worley with a leading position in the high growth offshore wind energy services sector in the UK and Europe.

  • Syncrude Canada Ltd awarded Worley a services agreement for its Canadian hydrocarbon facilities. To provide construction and site maintenance services at the facilities over a five-year term, continuing a 29‐year relationship with Syncrude. Worley’s will deliver services for bitumen production, bitumen processing, utilities, upgrader, extraction, and exchanger units within the facilities.

  • INEOS Chemicals Grangemouth & INEOS Infrastructure extended, for four years, Worley’s master services agreement for its Grangemouth, UK site where it produces core chemical products such as ethylene, polyethylene and ethanol.

  • 1PointFive Inc awarded Worley a front end engineering design contract for its first direct air capture unit for its DAC facility to be constructed in the U.S. Permian Basin.

  • A global contract for early-phase engineering services by Chevron U.S.A, providing early phase engineering services to Chevron’s global upstream and downstream projects, both onshore and offshore, over a five-year period.

  • CNOOC Petroleum Europe awarded a two-year contract to provide engineering, procurement and construction services to its three operated North Sea assets, being the Buzzard, Golden Eagle and Scott platforms.

  • Four master services agreements by subsidiaries of Cheniere Energy to provide engineering, procurement, construction and construction management services to Cheniere’s US Gulf Coast-based liquefied natural gas facilities.

  • A contract by Schering-Plough Animal Health, for services to upgrade its animal vaccine plant in Upper Hutt, New Zealand. MSD Animal Health is the animal health division of MSD, a global pharmaceutical company.

  • A master site services and supply contract by Inter Pipeline for its Heartland Petrochemical Complex located in Alberta, Canada.

  • A framework licensing agreement by BASF SE to license BASF’s technology solvent suite, OASE, a suite of gas treatment technologies and solvent solutions for several applications including sulphur recovery and carbon capture.

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