Australian engineering company Worley has secured a contract to offer services to UK energy major Shell’s operations across the globe.

The three-year enterprise framework agreement (EPA) was awarded by Shell’s subsidiary Shell Global Solutions International.

The contract has two one-year extension options and comes after the previous five-year framework agreement was announced on 22 May 2017.

Under the agreement, Worley will provide engineering, procurement, and integrated project management services for Shell’s projects across all its businesses.

Worley stated that the teams responsible for carrying out the project will provide services with an emphasis on replication and digitisation.

Several Worley locations, including those in Australia, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, South East Asia, and the United State, will offer the services.

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The contract specifies reward systems for superior project execution, the company noted.

Worley CEO Chris Ashton said: “We are pleased to be a strategic global partner with Shell in the execution of their upcoming projects and their journey to net zero, which is consistent with our purpose of delivering a more sustainable world.”

Earlier this month, Shell chose Worley to offer services for Sparta, a floating development in the Gulf of Mexico, nearly 170 miles off-coast Louisiana.

Worley will provide engineering, design services, procurement support, construction and commissioning support, detailed design and follow-on phases for the Sparta project.

Shell and Equinor control 51% and 49% stakes in the project, respectively.