CH2M has executed a framework agreement with Shell to deliver engineering, procurement, construction and project management services to oil and gas projects located worldwide.
The new agreement is in line with CH2M’s consistent efforts to make transformational improvements in capital project delivery efficiency in the oil and gas sector.
Under the contract, CH2M will employ the latest safety management system, improve capital project execution and work on technology and project management innovation.
The company noted that it will execute the works complying with Shell policies towards safety and quality.
CH2M chair and CEO Jacqueline Hinman said: “We are committed to improving and embracing fundamental changes to how the industry delivers engineering, procurement, and construction projects.
“These changes are critical to owners and service providers.”
Accordingly, CH2M will emphasise delivering projects for Shell's operating sites and business units in the upstream and downstream sectors.
The collaboration will enable Shell's business units to access CH2M's global technical and management expertise, thereby enhancing CH2M's capability to optimise the delivery of the projects.
CH2M vice president and Shell global account manager Sheila Galegher said: “We share Shell's commitment to KPI-driven performance measurement and incentives, and to innovation that will migrate the capital project lifecycle to a fully data-driven environment.
“These ways of working are inherent in our values, and our collective ideas and commitment can improve capital efficiency across Shell's asset base.”
CH2M focuses on delivering sustainable solutions to its clients, generating societal, environmental and economic outcomes through the development of infrastructure and industry.
Image: CH2M secures engineering services contract from Shell. Photo: courtesy of CH2M.