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Shell picks Jacobs as European downstream services provider

08.14.2012  |  HP News

Under a five-year deal, Jacobs will perform work ranging from feasibility studies and small plant modifications to discrete projects for major Shell refining and chemical sites.

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Jacobs Engineering Group was awarded a five-year enterprise frame agreement from Shell Global Solutions to provide engineering and project management services to Shell's European downstream assets, the companies said on Tuesday.

The contract has an option to be renewed for an additional five years and/or to be extended to other Shell businesses such as upstream, and beyond Europe to the Middle East and Africa.

Under the deal, Jacobs will provide services ranging from feasibility studies and small plant modifications to discrete projects for Shell's major refining and chemical sites in Pernis, The Netherlands, and Rhineland, Germany.

“We are extremely proud to be selected for this important program of work for Shell,” said Jacobs vice president Robert Matha.

“It builds on Jacobs' decades-long partnership with Shell in Europe and provides a new level of growth and maturity for our relationship," he added.

Specific financial terms were not disclosed.

Cover photo courtesy of Shell, via Flickr



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