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Australian player wins work from Shell and Saudi Aramco

Worley also tapped by Air Products for Canadian hydrogen project.

Australian engineering and services heavyweight Worley has won new work for Saudi Aramco, Shell and Air Products for oil, gas and hydrogen projects.

Worley on Monday confirmed that Aramco had awarded Worley a General Engineering Services Plus (GES+) contract for an additional five years with potential for an extension of up to three 12-months increments, which renews the long-standing relationship between the Saudi state giant and Worley in relation to services provided under the GES+ contracts.

Worley’s scope includes the provision of project management and engineering services to support Aramco’s capital programmes in Saudi Arabia across onshore, green and brownfield projects in gas, oil and new energy infrastructure.

Under the terms of the contract, the Australian contractor will continue to build its in-kingdom engineering capabilities, with a focus on developing and using local talent to undertake more complex projects in Saudi Arabia.

Worley has also scooped a contract to provide detailed design, procurement and construction management support services including the integration of associated assets such as offshore wind, pipelines, electrical grids and refinery for Shell’s Holland Hydrogen 1 facility in the Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands which, at completion, will be Europe’s largest commercial renewable hydrogen production facility.

Once operational, Holland Hydrogen 1 is expected to produce approximately 60,000 kilograms per day of renewable hydrogen, which will replace the grey hydrogen used in the production of fuels at Shell’s Energy and Chemicals Park, Rotterdam.

Worley’s services will be delivered through its offices in the Netherlands, with support from its global integrated delivery teams in India, while also leveraging the company’s global hydrogen subject matter expertise. Worley had previously completed the early phase engineering services for this facility.

Meanwhile, Air Products has awarded Worley an agreement to provide procurement, fabrication and modularisation services for its Net-Zero Hydrogen Energy Complex in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Once operational, Air Products said that the net-zero complex will produce clean hydrogen and capture and permanently sequester carbon dioxide emissions.

Under this agreement, Worley’s adjacent Edmonton, Canada, modularisation yard will fabricate and assemble process and pipe rack modules, implementing automated pipe-cutting techniques and robotic welding.

None of the values, or potential values, of these contracts was divulged.

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