Foster Wheeler bags Shell’s contract downstream projects in Asia

Foster Wheeler bags Shell’s contract for downstream projects in Asia

4:22 AM, 9th May 2012
Foster Wheeler bags Shell’s contract for downstream projects in Asia

ZUG, SWITZERLAND: Foster Wheeler’s Global Engineering and Construction subsidiary has signed an Asian Enterprise Framework agreement (EFA) with Shell Global Solutions International. Foster Wheeler will provide engineering and project management services for Shell’s downstream projects in Asia. The agreement is for a five-year period, with an option to extend for another five years.

“The award of this long-term agreement is testament to our ability to deliver consistently world-class services while meeting specific local needs. While this agreement addresses Shell’s downstream investments in Asia, we believe that delivering outstanding Foster Wheeler performance may offer opportunities to extend our scope to other onshore businesses and other locations,” said Umberto della Sala, President and Chief Operating Officer, Foster Wheeler.

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