WorleyParsons wins ExxonMobil's Satellites Phase 2 contract extension in Nigeria

Source: WorleyParsons

WorleyParsons, through its Nigerian joint venture DeltaAfrik Engineering, has won a contract extension from ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) for the engineering and project delivery services for the Satellites Phase 2 project in Nigeria.

Part of an ongoing offshore facilities upgrade program, the contract includes four new unmanned wellhead platforms, 78 kilometers of pipelines, risers and associated brownfield tie-ins, scheduled to be delivered over the next four years.

“This award is an expression of confidence in DeltaAfrik and validates the effectiveness of our ongoing national capability development initiative which has been in operation since commencement of this project in 2007,” said John Grill, WorleyParsons CEO. “The award consolidates DeltaAfrik's position as a leading provider of engineering and project delivery services in Nigeria and will provide continuity for our 275 person team.”



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