ExxonMobil has entered into an enabling agreement with Worley allowing it to continue providing services to refining and chemicals operations at sites in the United States.
Worley will be providing services for general mechanical, small-cap construction, maintenance and turnarounds support at four locations in Texas and Louisana.
Alongside packing, shipping and rail car loading and unloading at another two locations in Texas and Louisiana, Worley’s engagement offers more than operating assets.
Mobilising four business units including advisian, major projects, integrated solutions and services, Worley and ExxonMobil’s enabling contract promises to strengthen the relationship between the companies.
Ranhill Worley, the Malaysian subsidiary of Worley Parsons, was previously in an oilfield services contract with ExxonMobil in Malaysia that ended in dispute in 2009.
The return to a normal business relationship between the two parties has evolved into a partnership, delighting Worley chief executive Andrew Wood.
“We are pleased that ExxonMobil has chosen to enter into this agreement that will enable them to engage our continued support for their refining and chemicals operations in the United States,” said Wood.
Worley, previously WorleyParsons, took on new branding in April after the acquisition of Jacobs ECR.
Wood said after the name change that the merger was about the opportunity to become the partner of choice for customers.