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    Exxon Hires Duo for Services off Malaysia


Australia’s Worley and Malaysia’s Ranhill will carry out engineering, procurement, construction management at Exxon projects off Malaysia.

by: Joseph Murphy

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Exxon Hires Duo for Services off Malaysia

ExxonMobil has awarded a five-year engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) in Malaysia to a joint venture between Australia’s Worley and Malaysia’s Ranhill.

Exxon, which is involved in four oil and gas production-sharing agreement (PSAs) off Malaysia, has hired Perunding Ranhill Worley (PRW) for EPCM services at brownfield asset restoration and debottlenecking projects, Worley said in an ASX stock filing on December 6. The two contractors will also provide workpack preparation, material management, construction planning and reporting, as well as offshore field engineering services.

“I am pleased that PRW has been awarded this contract, which marks a decade of Ranhill Worley serving ExxonMobil Exploration & Production Malaysia Inc,” Worley CEO Andrew Wood commented. “Through this contract, Worley will also bring our project delivery system that developed in Worley’s UK North Sea business.”