Wood secured a new contract with SABIC’s UK Petrochemical unit, to provide industrial services at the Olefins 6 plant in Wilton, Teesside, UK.
The contract with SABIC UK Petrochemicals Limited, effective immediately, is to provide rope access, scaffolding, insulation and coatings services to support pipework and vessel inspections, the company said in a statement.
This latest contract extends Wood’s support of SABIC globally; the company currently supports SABIC in operations in the US and Saudi Arabia. Wood also recently signed a contract with SABIC and Saudi Aramco to develop the world’s largest fully integrated crude oil to chemicals (COTC) complex.
Wood has developed a strong relationship with SABIC having provided engineering, procurement and construction management services at the Olefins 6 plant for more than a decade.
"This new contract builds on our relationship, and we are committed to leveraging our in-depth knowledge of the site and extensive industrial services capabilities to ensure its safe and successful delivery,” said Dave Stewart, CEO Asset Solutions Europe, Africa, Asia & Australia, Wood.
“The Olefins 6 plant produces ethylene and propylene; the building blocks that allow the chemical and plastics industries to create everyday items.”