Fluor selected for Shell downstream projects in EMEA
If the process is the same in both cases, the content of these frame agreements is different.
– Downstream projects
– Potentially upstream projects if onshore
– Middle East
– Project and construction management
– Home-office and site-based engineering services.
This frame agreement may be expanded for another period of 5 years and the opportunity to add upstream projects and other regions.
Founded in 1912, this success with Shell enterprise framework agreement crowns Fluor 100 years of experience in design, engineering, procurement, construction commissioning, project management, operations and maintenance services in six continents.
Technip awarded for Shell Asia Pacific offshore projects
– Oil and gas offshore projects
– New Zealand
In this Asia Pacific region defined, as East Region, Technip will provide engineering and management services including:
– Detailled design engineering
– Procurement services
– Construction management
Through these enterprise framework agreements, Shell intends to save time and money in :
– Avoiding the bidding phase
– Speeding up the FEED work in using replication
– Building up experience between projects
– Anticipating resources mobilization at construction phase
These decisions come in synchronization with critical projects:
– In Asia Pacific, Shell is planning the deployment of its unique floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) concept with Prelude, currently constructed by Technip and Samsung, to come first and soon followed by series of other similar FLNG requiring specific offshore support and services for the installation, commissioning and operations.
The size and complexity of these projects upstream and downstream will mobilize all Shell resources for which a close cooperation with the engineering companies such as Fluor and Technip will be the key to success through these enterprise framework agreements