Aramco extends WorleyParsons support contract

Offshore staff

NORTH SYDNEY, AustraliaSaudi Aramco has extended WorleyParsons Arabia’s Maintain Potential Program (MPP) contract by an additional two years.

This will be the fourth extension – WorleyParsons has held the contract for the past 11 years.

The MPP team provides services for various Saudi offshore greenfield and brownfield projects. To date it has performed project management, engineering, design, fabrication, and installation supervision on more than 45 new platforms, upgrades to 100 existing platforms, installation of more than 180 km (112 mi) of subsea pipelines and submarine cables, and hookup of more than 300 wells.

6/18/2013

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