Worley awarded contract for Sparta in the Gulf of Mexico

Worley has been selected by Shell Offshore, Inc. (Shell) to provide services for Sparta, a floating development in the Gulf of Mexico, USA, approximately 170 miles off the Louisiana coast. The development is owned by Shell (51%) and Equinor (49%) which are progressing the project toward a final investment decision expected later in 2023.
Under the contract, Worley will provide engineering, design, procurement support, construction and commissioning support for the FEED, detailed design and follow-on phases of the project. The project incorporates Worley’s design for a lightweight floating production unit, previously deployed on two other Shell projects. Worley will implement a full suite of digital tools in providing its services on the project.
The services will be executed by Worley offices in Houston, Texas and Metairie, Louisiana with support from our Global Integrated Delivery (GID) team in India.
“We’re delighted to continue our partnership with Shell on this third floating production unit and deliver this repeatable solution for their Gulf of Mexico assets,” said Chris Ashton, Chief Executive Officer of Worley.

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