Baku, December 19, AZERTAC
Houston-based KBR today announced that it has been awarded two global agreements by BP International Limited; one for the provision of conceptual engineering services and another for the provision of pre-front end engineering design (FEED) and FEED engineering services. Each agreement has a contractual duration of three years with an option on each to extend for two additional years, according to the official website of KBR.
The global agreements are for reimbursable global engineering services provided by KBR and KBR subsidiaries Granherne, GVA Consultants and Energo. The scope of services identified within both global agreements covers onshore, offshore, subsea, drilling, greenfield and brownfield upstream engineering services in Alaska, Angola, Azerbaijan, Gulf of Mexico, Indonesia, Oman, Trinidad and the United Kingdom.
"We are delighted to continue our fifty-year successful working relationship with BP while continuing to further our track record of safely and effectively delivering quality projects in the upstream sector," said Stuart Bradie, President and CEO KBR, Inc.
"These global agreements with BP will lead to substantial work for multiple project teams working together from offices in Houston and London to leverage KBR's proven ability to create and deliver complex projects anywhere in the world. Our ability to manage these types of projects is the cornerstone of our success in the global engineering and project management sector," Bradie continued.
KBR has recently played a key role in numerous BP projects, including most recently Mad Dog Phase II, Gulf of Mexico; Glen Lyon FPSO, UK; and the Shah Deniz Phase II projects, Azerbaijan.
KBR is a global provider of differentiated professional services and technologies across the asset and program life cycle within the Hydrocarbons and Government Services Sectors.