Woodside selects Wood Group for maintenance works

Woodside selects Wood Group for maintenance works

Wood Group PSN has secured a contract with Woodside in Western Australia which boosts Wood Group’s maintenance and brownfield project portfolio in Australia.

The scope of work includes the engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services on Woodside’s Karratha gas plant life extension program, as well as providing modification and refurbishment services to Woodside’s production projects group across all their onshore and offshore assets.

Andrew Stewart, Australia and Asia Pacific managing director of WGPSN, said: “Woodside is a great Australian success story and we are delighted to be selected as their partner of choice for this scope of work. This new contract deepens our presence in Western Australian, which is well timed against the local market transition we expect from greenfield construction to production support services.”

“We are excited to be working with Woodside in a relationship centred on consistent, predictable delivery of services across their onshore and offshore asset base. This new contract adds to recent awards in Papua New Guinea, Malaysia and Bass Strait,” added Stewart.

 

Press Release, September 9, 2014; Image: Wood Group

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