Amec Foster Wheeler claims that this marks progress in its strategy to build its EPCM business and to deploy the capability globally.
For any agreements that result from the EFA, the company will provide concept, front end engineering, detailed design, procurement, and project and construction management services for refinery, chemical and upgrades projects.
John Pearson, President, Oil, Gas & Chemicals, Amec Foster Wheeler, said: “We are excited to collaborate with Shell. Our innovative solutions in project design, delivery and management make us the top choice among our clients.”
Amec Foster Wheeler’s ‘More 4 Less’ lean engineering methodology will play an important role in the global framework. Compared to traditional approaches, efficiencies from this methodology have helped deliver savings of up to 60% in terms of both time and cost.
The EFA will remain valid until 2022.
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