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Foster Wheeler, Borouge ink UAE engineering pact

09.26.2013  | 

As one of the contractors supporting Borouge’s engineering projects, Foster Wheeler will execute studies and will provide front-end engineering design, engineering, project management and support services for capital projects and plant modifications. Financial terms were not disclosed.

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Foster Wheeler has signed a three-year framework agreement with Abu Dhabi Polymers Co. (Borouge) to provide engineering and consultancy services in the United Arab Emirates, officials said on Thursday.

Terms of the agreement were not disclosed, and bookings will be recorded as work is released by Borouge.

As one of the contractors supporting Borouge’s engineering projects, Foster Wheeler will execute studies and will provide front-end engineering design, engineering, project management and support services for capital projects and plant modifications.

“A key objective of Foster Wheeler is to establish closer, long-term relationships with our clients, providing a full range of services to support their businesses,” said Umberto della Sala, chief operating officer of Foster Wheeler.

“Long-term relationships also underpin our development of a sustainable operational presence in key markets in the Middle East, a strategically important region for Foster Wheeler," he added.



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peter wigley
09.28.2013

I was resident at FWI's Milan office for many years,representing Exxon Chemical. I have also worked with FW inChina,inTianjin and in Shanghai. They are an excellent contractor,thebest as far as I am concerned,I have also had contact with Technip and worked with MWKellog in the UK (this latter an absolute disaster). The last job Iworked before I retired was in Antwerp with a JV between Esso and Total,this very complex revamp was a complete success,at least from the Owner's point of view.

Miguel Velasquez
09.27.2013

Dear Sr,

Let me introduce myself, my name is Miguel Velasquez (Chemical Engineer) from Venezuela.

According to my understanding your company is looking for a Process Engineer, I am very interested in getting a Job opportunity.

I was Leader Engineer in the Conceptual Engineering Phase of CRP Middle and Deep Conversion Adequation Project "PACMYP" (AMUAY/CARDON Refineries PDVSA).

Currently, I am Project Engineer in Deep Conversion Project of Puerto La Cruz Refinery (PDVSA), Venezuela. (Detailed Engineering Phase).

Please, see my profile on Linkedin.

http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=239139485&trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile

Best Regards
Miguel Velásquez
Process Engineer
Caracas, Venezuela
Cel: 58+04262197134

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