QGC awards engineering and project management agreement to WorleyParsons
WorleyParsons is pleased to announce the award of a new engineering and project management agreement with QGC Pty Limited (QGC) for three years, with options for two additional one year terms.
Under the agreement WorleyParsons will provide engineering, procurement, construction management and project management services to support QGC across the upstream and midstream facilities from the Surat Basin to Curtis Island.
"We are pleased to be awarded this agreement so that we can continue our successful relationship with QGC and support on-going investment in the Queensland energy resources sector" said Andrew Wood, Chief Executive Officer of WorleyParsons.
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