More Work in the Pipeline for EDG as Chevron Extends Contract
Perth-based engineering consultants, EDG, have locked down work with Chevron’s businesses at Gorgon, Wheatstone, and Barrow Island following the industry giant’s decision to extend its contract.
Chevron initially awarded the contract to the firm in 2013 to conduct brownfield engineering services during the operational phase at Chevron’s Western Australian assets. That contract has now been extended by a further two years, to June 2022. EDG supported the commissioning and start-up of Chevron’s LNG facilities and through this contract extension will provide asset lifecycle solutions including project development, project delivery, asset performance, and digital asset information management.
Chevron has operated in Australia since 1952 when it entered Western Australia through the purchase of Caltex.
“EDG has a strong track record when it comes to assisting the industry to create additional value in their projects and we’re excited to continue our journey with Chevron,” said Mr. Fotheringham.
“We’re looking forward to continuing to support Chevron’s Western Australian assets, as well as other customers and projects that need our expertise.”
EDG is a full-service, global consulting firm providing cost-effective engineering, project management and technical solutions. Founded in 1982, we are a privately held company working on projects around the world. We have firmly established ourselves as a leader in providing efficient, innovative, and complete solutions for the Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream divisions of the Oil and Gas Industry—as well as for the Utility and Bulk Material Handling Industries. We employ 600 knowledge workers, equipped to provide extensive engineering and management expertise for a wide range of projects.
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