Shell taps Jacobs to design Hong Kong project for transformer oil processing

Jacobs Engineering Group has been selected by Shell Hong Kong to provide detailed design for its transformer oil project located at its Tsing Yi installation in Hong Kong, company officials said on Tuesday.

Officials did not disclose the contract value. They noted that the work is being performed from Jacobs’ China operations in Hong Kong and Shanghai.

Under the terms of the contract, Jacobs is providing detailed design engineering services for modifications to Shell’s existing terminal facility to enable the processing of transformer oil.

Shell's 47-acre Tsing Yi installation supplies Hong Kong and Macau with a wide range of oil, gas and chemical products.

“We are pleased to bring our oil and gas experience to this project, and to extend our global relationship with Shell in Hong Kong," said Jacobs vice president Tom Quinn.

"Jacobs’ long-term relationship with Shell enables us to share best practices across their projects and geographies, and we look forward to leveraging these strengths to continue delivering value on this project and throughout the region," he added.

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