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Ranhill Worley secures major role in Malaysia

The Ranhill Worley joint venture in Malaysia has been awarded a major contract by Sarawak Shell Berhad. Ranhill Worley will provide detailed engineering services for rejuvenation of all the existing facilities at E-11 Field as the first phase of SSB's major rejuvenation of their offshore facilities in Sarawak.

On completion of the E-11 facilities design, there are option for Phase 2, the F-6 Field, and Phase 3, the F23 Field. Contract revenues are expected to be in the vicinity of $20 million over the next 3 years.

Ranhill Worley is also conducting the pre-concept studies for a new greenfield central facility for the E11 Field. This project called E11-hub requires input from the rejuvenation project and as such award of both these projects should allow Ranhill Worley to maximise efficiency and optimise solutions for SSB.

In Miri, Sarawak, Ranhill Worley also provide local design support to SSB with a team of over 40 engineers and designers under the SSB Miri Design Office (MDO) contract. This is a three-year contract with options to extend for a further 2 years.

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