Australian American engineering company Worley (ASX:WOR) has been chosen by Shell Offshore to provide services for Sparta, a floating development in the Gulf of Mexico in the US.
The company says under the contract it will provide engineering, design, procurement support, construction, and commissioning support for the front end engineering design (FEED), detailed design, and follow-on phases of the project.
Worley reports the project incorporates its design for a lightweight floating production unit, which has been deployed on 2 other Shell projects, and that it will implement a full suite of digital tools in providing its services on the project.
“We’re delighted to continue our partnership with Shell on this third floating production unit”
The services are expected to be executed by Worley offices in Houston, Texas and Metairie, Louisiana with support from its global integrated delivery (GID) team in India.
Speaking on the awarded contract, Worley Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Chris Ashton said: “We’re delighted to continue our partnership with Shell on this third floating production unit and deliver this repeatable solution for their Gulf of Mexico assets.”
Worley is an ASX-listed global energy company headquartered in Australia with a purpose of delivering a more sustainable world. The company represents a global provider of professional project and asset services in the energy, chemicals, and resources sectors.