Wood propels growth in the Middle East

Wood marks a year of strategic growth in the Middle East region following a suite of contract awards and strategic framework renewals across its Consulting, Projects, and Operations business units, accumulating in USD 580M of secured backlog in 2021.

As operators focus on economic recovery from the pandemic and ensuring continued energy supply, Wood is delivering solutions to optimise energy production, reduce carbon impact and accelerate the energy transition across the region, strengthening its position as a trusted partner to enable reliable and sustainable energy production in the face of rising demand.

The contracts awarded in 2021 will see Wood’s teams across the Middle East work together with a range of valued partners and clients to unlock conventional and low carbon energy supply, optimise energy production and processing, and extend onshore and offshore asset life in Bahrain, Iraq, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, and the UAE.

Significant awards in 2021 include a multi-million dollar contract with Saudi Aramco to deliver engineering and project management services for the Safaniyah and Manifa oilfields in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, an agreement from ADNOC to perform Pre Front-End Engineering and Design work for a world-scale blue ammonia production facility in Ruwais, Abu Dhabi, as well as front end engineering, detailed engineering, procurement and EPC contract management solutions for a long-term client in Iraq.

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