Malaysia’s Perunding Ranhill Worley (PRW) has been awarded a five-year engineering, procurement, and construction management (EPCM) contract by ExxonMobil in Malaysia.
Ranhill Worley is a joint venture entity between the Worley group and Ranhill Group and is the entity that performs services for PRW. The Worley group is also a joint venture shareholder in PRW.
Under the contract, Ranhill Worley will deliver brownfield asset restoration and debottlenecking projects for offshore projects in Malaysia, Worley said in a statement on Monday.
The EPCM services will also include workpack preparation, material management, construction planning/reporting, and offshore field engineering services for ExxonMobil’s offshore assets.
The services will be delivered by the Ranhill Worley office in Kuala Lumpur with support from Worley’s global business.
Andrew Wood, Chief Executive Officer of Worley, said: “I am pleased that PRW has been awarded this contract, which marks a decade of Ranhill Worley serving ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Malaysia Inc. Through this contract, Worley will also bring our project delivery system that developed in Worley’s UK North Sea business.”
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