Foster Wheeler signs five year contract with Saudi Aramco

Foster Wheeler signs five year contract with Saudi Aramco

4:18 PM, 8th June 2011
Foster Wheeler signs five year contract with Saudi Aramco

ZUG, SWITZERLAND: Foster Wheeler AG said that a subsidiary of its Global Engineering and Construction Group together with the subsidiary’s consortium partners comprising A Al-Saihati, A Fattani & O Al-Othman Consulting Engineering Co and Saudi Consolidated Engineering Company - Khatib & Alami have signed a contract with Saudi Aramco for the provision of services associated with Saudi Aramco’s General Engineering Services Plus (GES+) initiative for a duration of five years with options available for extensions. The terms of the contract were not disclosed.


Under the terms of the contract, Foster Wheeler and its consortium partners will perform engineering and project management services including pre-front-end engineering design (pre-FEED), front-end engineering design (FEED), detailed design and procurement services for onshore/offshore oil and gas, refining, petrochemicals, and associated infrastructure projects in Saudi Arabia. The work will be executed from the offices of the consortium located in the city of Al-Khobar in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. “The signing of this contract with Saudi Aramco will give Foster Wheeler and our partners the firm basis upon which to deliver world-class technical expertise and project execution locally, in line with Saudi Aramco’s stated objective for work to be executed in country,” said Umberto Della Sala, Interim Chief Executive Officer, Foster Wheeler AG.

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