Our ability to provide specialist front-end services through Select and deliver large cross‑sector projects helped pull through significant projects like Singapore LNG’s Regasification FEED.
In Malaysia, Ranhill WorleyParsons delivered projects across all customer sector groups, with workshare playing an increasingly important role. A strengthened environmental capability improved our position in the growing environmental markets, and the INTEC acquisition complemented our regional subsea and pipeline capability. Improve contracts were enhanced with the award of the Maintenance Engineering Services Contract by Sarawak Shell Bhd.
In Indonesia, FEED contracts for ExxonMobil and ConocoPhillips, and the detailed design of a 16,000 tonne topsides for Total Indonesia were completed. Major projects underway include Orica’s Ammonium Nitrate Project in eastern Kalimantan and contracts with major nickel producers, Inco and Antam.
In Thailand, a significant highlight was the completion of over six million man‑hours without a lost time incident on the Thai Oleochemicals’ EPCM project. Diversification continued as the Power business made a successful start‑up following the award of several contracts. Workshare continued to play an increasingly important role, with new projects underway for the Middle East, Canada and Australia.
In Brunei, growth continued with the completion of major design projects and a two year extension to the engineering design services contract for Brunei Shell Petroleum, and a two year extension to engineering design contract with TOTAL.
In India, we increased our shareholding in our Mumbai JV and completed the business integration, positioning the operation for future growth. The Hyderabad office successfully completed several workshare projects with Houston and Kuala Lumpur for offshore deepwater projects.
In 2008, we entered the growing Vietnamese market through the establishment of a new Joint Venture with a PetroVietnam subsidiary.