KBR, along with its Indonesian partner PT Singgar Mulia Engineering Consultants, will provide local and global personnel to conduct engineering, project and construction management services for Chevron’s operating fields in Sumatra, Indonesia, after winning a contract with the oil and gas firm.
The oilfield services company’s contract with PT Chevron Pacific Indonesia will last for five years and be executed through a consortium formed between KBR and its Indonesian partner, PT Singgar Mulia Engineering Consultants.
Through this project, the consortium will also conduct training programs to help the local work community develop essential skills for current and future employees on these projects, KBR revealed in a company statement.
“KBR is pleased with the opportunity to continue our sustained relationship with Chevron by providing our expertise, best practices and knowledge in engineering, program management and construction management to oversee Chevron’s field production activities in Indonesia, where we have a substantial presence,” Stuart Bradie, KBR president and CEO, said in a company statement.
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