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Jacobs Expands Its Role With United Utilities In The UK

SOURCE: Jacobs | 22 July 2014

Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (NYSE:JEC) announced today that it was awarded a contract as sole provider to United Utilities plc for engineering services for the next investment period of its Asset Management Program (AMP6).

Nordex Awarded Contracts For 64.2 MW For Turkey

SOURCE: Nordex | 22 July 2014

Nordex has received three contracts for the installation of its N117/2400 and the N117/3000 turbines in Turkey, totalling 64.2 MW.

McDermott Awarded Megalodon Platform Installation In Gulf Of Mexico

SOURCE: McDermott | 21 July 2014

McDermott International, Inc. (NYSE: MDR) (“McDermott”) announced today that one of its subsidiaries was awarded a contract to provide transportation and installation services to Walter Oil & Gas Corporation (“Walter”) for the Megalodon platform destined for South Timbalier Block 311 in the Gulf of Mexico. The project is expected to be included in McDermott’s third quarter 2014 backlog.

Pöyry Awarded EPCM Services Assignment By Millar Western For Bioenergy Project At Whitecourt Pulp Mill In Alberta, Canada

SOURCE: Poyry | 21 July 2014

Millar Western Forest Products Ltd. has awarded Pöyry with the assignment for EPCM (Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management) services for an anaerobic bioenergy project at its Whitecourt pulp mill in Alberta, Canada.

Sembcorp Marine's Sembawang Shipyard Secures Contract Worth About S$600 Million From Saipem SA For The Conversion Of Two FPSOS For Kaombo Project In Offshore Angola

SOURCE: Sembcorp | 21 July 2014

Sembcorp Marine’s wholly-owned subsidiary Sembawang Shipyard has secured a Floating Storage Production Offloading (FPSO) conversion contract worth about S$600 million from Saipem SA, France for the conversion of Two FPSOs for the Kaombo Project in Offshore Angola.

Another Milestone Reached For Angola Block 15/06: N'Goma FPSO Ready To Sail Away

SOURCE: Eni | 19 July 2014

The N’Goma FPSO is ready to sail away to the offshore site block 15/06 in Angola, following the naming ceremony held yesterday at Port Amboim. It will then commence mooring and hook-up operations.

ABB Wins $35 Million HVDC Upgrade Order In Canada

SOURCE: ABB | 18 July 2014

ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has won an order worth about $35 million from Hydro-Québec to upgrade the 350 megawatt (MW) Madawaska high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission link, that connects the grids of New Brunswick and Hydro Québec in southeast Canada. The order was booked in the second quarter of 2014.

MHI Receives Order For Three Automated People Mover (APM) Systems At Orlando International Airport

SOURCE: MHI | 17 July 2014

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI), with the cooperation of Sumitomo Corporation, has received an order to design, build, operate, and maintain three separate Automated People Mover (APM) systems at the Orlando International Airport (OIA) in Orlando, Florida, to be completed in 2018. With this fifth order, MHI will have seven Airport APM systems in the United States.

Bechtel And Network Rail Deliver Major Expansion Of Reading Station On Schedule

SOURCE: Bechtel | 17 July 2014

Bechtel and Network Rail have successfully completed the massive expansion of Reading train station—one of the busiest stations outside London—on schedule and within budget. The work was carried out over four years as a major part of the £895 million Reading Station Area Redevelopment programme.

Foster Wheeler-Led JV Awarded Feed Contract For Nafusah Onshore Oilfield Development In Libya

SOURCE: Foster Wheeler | 17 July 2014

Foster Wheeler AG (Nasdaq:FWLT) announced today that a subsidiary of its Global Engineering and Construction Group, in joint venture with Taknia Libya Engineering Company (Taknia), has been awarded a front-end engineering design (FEED) contract by Nafusah Oil Operations B.V. Libyan Branch for an onshore oilfield development, known as the Area 47 Development Project in Libya.