Amec Foster Wheeler has received a global framework contract from BP International to provide services relating to pre-front-end engineering and design (pre-FEED) and FEED work in several projects. 

The company intends to use its experience to complete large, complex and integrated projects for BP.

Amec Foster Wheeler oil, gas and chemicals president John Pearson said: “This global framework reinforces Amec Foster Wheeler’s long-term relationship with BP, allowing global access to our expertise, technology and 'More 4 Less' approach to safe, efficient, predictable delivery.” 

The scope of the awarded contract includes onshore, offshore, subsea, drilling, greenfield and brownfield upstream engineering services.

Under the contract, Amec Foster Wheeler will assist BP International in the projects located in Alaska, Gulf of Mexico, Angola, Egypt, Azerbaijan, Indonesia, Oman, Trinidad and the United Kingdom. 

"The contract carries a three-year term, which can be extended for two additional years.

The contract carries a three-year term, which can be extended for two additional years.

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Amec Foster Wheeler will use its ‘More 4 Less’ lean engineering strategy in this contract.

The company claimed that this technology has saved up to 60% time and cost for its clients compared with conventional procedures. 

Amec Foster Wheeler focuses on designing, maintaining and delivering strategic assets across the global energy and related sectors. 

It employs more than 36,000 people and has a presence in around 55 countries.

Last year, the company reported revenues of £5.4bn.