KBR bags EPCM contract Chevron's operating fields in Indonesia

KBR bags EPCM contract for Chevron's operating fields in Indonesia

10:59 AM, 20th April 2017
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HOUSTON, US: KBR Inc (KBR) has been awarded a contract by PT Chevron Pacific Indonesia for engineering, project and construction management (EPCM) services for Chevron's operating fields in Sumatra, Indonesia.

The five-year contract will be executed through a consortium formed between KBR and its Indonesian partner, PT Singgar Mulia, an engineering consultant.

As part of the consortium, KBR's project scope includes project and portfolio management, engineering design and construction management for Chevron's hydrocarbon production surface facilities at the Minas, Duri and Dumai fields in Sumatra, Indonesia. 

The consortium will provide in-country services to manage daily operational activities for Chevron's production facilities; including providing local and global personnel, tools and procedures, best work practices and processes, as well as establishing and maintaining infrastructure and providing health, environment and safety training to the workforce.

Through this project, the consortium will conduct training programs to help the local work community develop essential skills for current and future employees on these projects.

"KBR is pleased with the opportunity to continue our sustained relationship with Chevron by providing our expertise, best practices and knowledge in engineering, program management and construction management to oversee Chevron's field production activities in Indonesia, where we have a substantial presence," said Stuart Bradie, KBR president & CEO.

"This contract demonstrates KBR's ability to establish strong local partnerships as well as our global oil and gas capabilities for new and brownfield project developments in any location across the globe. Moreover, this long-term operational support services contract furthers KBR's strategic objective of growing the operating expenditure-facing portion of our business," added Bradie.

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