Chevron, WorleyParsons in multi-regional agreement

The scope of the agreement allows use in all engineering phases of Chevron's capital project programme from conceptual engineering to final design.

Chevron Tahiti field oil platform, the deepest producing field in the US Gulf of Mexico. (Image for illustration only. Courtesy: Chevron)
Chevron Tahiti field oil platform, the deepest producing field in the US Gulf of Mexico. (Image for illustration only. Courtesy: Chevron)

WorleyParsons has signed a long term multi-regional agreement with Chevron for engineering and procurement services.

The scope of the agreement allows use in all engineering phases of Chevron’s capital project programme from conceptual engineering to final design.

Numerous WorleyParsons locations are eligible to work under the agreement.

“WorleyParsons has enjoyed a strong relationship with Chevron over many years and this agreement further solidifies the relationship between our companies. As Chevron grows in the years ahead, we are proud to be a trusted partner,” said Andrew Wood, chief executive officer, WorleyParsons.

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