Engineering group Amec has landed a £255million deal to support a group of major projects for Kuwait’s national oil company.
The five-year contract with the Kuwait Oil Company will see the firm proving project management consultancy services in the Middle Eastern state.
It comes just a day after Amec secured a six-year contract to support Nexen’s operations in the North Sea, and follows two previous five-year contracts with the oil group.
“I am delighted that KOC has recognised our excellent performance over the last 10 years with the award of this significant contract,” said the company’s operations director Alan Armstrong
“We are delivering value for our customer and helping them achieve their 2030 vision of maximising the strategic value from the country’s oil and gas reserves.”
The contract will see Amec proviving front end engineering design, consultancy work, engineering, and construction management. It will also provide training for local engineers, with work being carried out in Kuwait and Amec’s UK office.