Mott MacDonald awarded Oman oil and gas project
UK firm nets three year engineering deal for Oxy's concession regions
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Mott MacDonald has been awarded a three-year general engineering services contract by Occidental of Oman Inc (Oxy). The UK firm will provide multi-disciplinary engineering design and technical support services for the oil and gas surface facilities expansion and operational activities at Oxy’s concessions regions in Blocks 9 and 27 of Safah, Wadi Latham and Khamila.
Vinod Shah, who leads Mott MacDonald’s oil and gas team of 450 staff in Oman said, “We’re delighted to be appointed by Oxy on this prestigious contract. The scope of the agreement is flexible to encourage real innovation and the adoption of state of the art technologies. Mott MacDonald has a long history of providing engineering services in Oman and we are committed to bringing our world class expertise and local knowledge to find the best solutions for OXY’s benefit.”
The scope of Mott MacDonald’s role includes conceptual studies to identify system improvements, detailed design and reviews, building services for auxiliary buildings, preparations of contract documents, quality control reviews and evaluation of tender submissions. Through this agreement Mott MacDonald will contribute to the improvement of facility operations and maintenance processes, while maintaining business and asset integrity.