Amec Foster Wheeler (AFW) said today that it had clinched a contract to upgrade Shell’s installations in Brunei.
AFW has also won a deal to provide a range of services on the petrochemicals project for the Kuwait Petroleum Company.
The firm’s five year agreement with Brunei Shell Petroleum includes engineering design, construction, commissioning and project management work.
It will rejuvenate Shell’s oil and gas assets in the South China Sea as part of the deal.
John Pearson, AFW’s president, oil, gas and chemicals, said: “I’m delighted that we have been selected to deliver such an important contract for Brunei Shell Petroleum.
“We are bringing together Amec Foster Wheeler’s unique combination of brownfield expertise, ‘More 4 Less’ methodology, global capabilities, and long-term customer relationships to maximise the value of Brunei Shell Petroleum’s assets in Brunei.”
AFW said its More 4 Less lean engineering methodology was created to increase efficiency in mature oil and gas basins.
Its Kuwaiti deal involved the integration of a new petrochemicals facility with the Al-Zour refinery.