SNC-Lavalin Wins Five-year Contract from Saudi-Kuwait Firm

SNC-Lavalin Wins Five-year Contract from Saudi-Kuwait Firm
Canada-based SNC-Lavalin will provide general engineering services under latest framework deal.

Al Khafji Joint Operations (KJO), a joint operations company comprising Aramco Gulf Operations Co. Ltd. and Kuwait Gulf Oil Co., has awarded an additional five-year framework agreement with SNC-Lavalin Engineers and Constructors, Inc. to provide international general engineering services, SNC-Lavalin reported Monday.

“It’s a testament to the strong working relationship between KJO and our team, built up over almost a decade working together, that we’re able to secure another important framework agreement with KJO,” Christian Brown, SNC-Lavalin’s president for Oil & Gas, said in a written statement. “These agreements allow us to work closely as a trusted partner to our clients, providing valuable engineering services over many years.”

Under the new framework agreement, which builds upon an existing five-year deal signed in February 2018, SNC-Lavalin stated that it will provide engineering services to aid KJO with engineering for major projects such as:

  • New offshore platforms, jackets and subsea pipelines
  • Upgrades to existing offshore platforms and jackets
  • Onshore crude and gas handling facilities
  • Gas pipeline networks
  • Utilities
  • Waste water treatment facilities
  • Instrumentation systems

SNC-Lavalin noted that its teams based in Houston and Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia will carry out the work and will receive support from the company’s global centers of excellence in London, Calgary and Mumbai. KJO engages in oil and gas exploration, development and production in the offshore area close to the Saudi-Kuwait border, including the Khafji and Hout oil fields, noted SNC-Lavalin.


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