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Middle East 

The Middle East operations exhibited continues strong growth. The Hydrocarbons sector remains dominant; however, the Infrastructure and Minerals, Metals & Chemicals sectors increased their relative share of the business throughout the region.

Operations in the Middle East

Middle East and Indian operations


Abu Dhabi, the key regional hub, continued significant growth and diversification and has been involved in several of Abu Dhabi’s landmark projects, continuing to be recognized as the contractor of choice in providing PMC services.  An office in Dubai has been established to service the Infrastructure sector.

In Saudi Arabia, WorleyParsons continues to deliver a broad range of engineering services, from straightforward minor plant modifications to leading project management contractor roles on mega‑projects such as the mine and associated chemical plants at Jalamid and Ras As Zawr for Ma’aden, and the delivery of Improve services through contracts such as the Maintain Potential Program for Saudi Aramco’s offshore facilities. Today the Saudi operation has five Eastern Province offices located in Al Khobar, one Western Province office in Yanbu and a newly opened offshore office in Bahrain.

Oman now employs 600 people in Muscat including over 100 Omani nationals. Awarded AMAL Steam, the office continues to expand its project delivery capabilities.

In Qatar, WorleyParsons has experienced rapid growth of the Infrastructure and Power sectors with the completion of the Occidental Contract, the start-up of the engineering design for USD4.5 billion New Doha Port Project, and Siemens 66KV sub-stations.

In Kuwait, the five year PMC with KOC involving an in-country team and workshare with Houston has continued to grow. The in-country presence is now 120 personnel, managing projects with an installed capital value of USD5 billion.

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