KBR, Saudi Aramco extend engineering services contract

KBR, Saudi Aramco extend engineering services contract

6:16 AM, 22nd November 2016
KBR, Saudi Aramco extend engineering services contract

HOUSTON, US: KBR Inc said that its Saudi Arabian joint venture (JV) engineering operation, KBR-AMCDE, has signed an amendment to extends its existing General Engineering Services Plus (GES+) contract with Saudi Aramco.

Under the terms of the contract, KBR will provide front-end engineering design (FEED), detailed design, material procurement, and project management services (PMS) to support Saudi Aramco's capital programs in Saudi Arabia. This change will expand the agreement from an initial five years for a further five years with options for additional extensions.

The contract will be executed by KBR-AMCDE using resources located within its Saudi Arabia offices and focus on the development and use of local talent throughout the performance phases.

"We are proud to extend our contract with Saudi Aramco and look forward to the successful execution of future projects. Saudi Aramco has always been and continues to be a very significant client to our business, both in Saudi Arabia and globally, and we are delighted to continue offering our services for a wide range of Saudi Aramco projects and to grow and maintain a significant existence in the Middle East Region," said Jay Ibrahim, president - Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

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