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Wood, a renowned global consulting and engineering company, has solidified its long-standing relationship with Shell by securing a multi-year enterprise framework agreement (EFA) to provide services for Shell’s global projects. This agreement, spanning three years with options for two one-year extensions, enables Wood to continue supporting Shell’s efforts to ensure global energy security and facilitate energy transition projects focused on carbon capture, low-carbon fuels, and hydrogen.

Leveraging its expertise in specialist consulting, engineering, procurement, and project management, Wood will play a vital role in Shell’s greenfield and brownfield projects. The company will also contribute its capabilities in decarbonization, digitalization, and asset life extension to enhance Shell’s assets across various locations worldwide.

The strategic partnership between Wood and Shell marks a remarkable 70-year relationship that has extended to over 20 countries and encompassed numerous major projects. Both companies share a commitment to complex project excellence and align their goals to meet the world’s immediate energy needs while accelerating the pace of the global energy transition.

Ken Gilmartin, CEO of Wood, expressed his enthusiasm for the continued collaboration, emphasizing how the two companies are dedicated to delivering the energy required for the world’s sustenance while driving forward the transition to cleaner energy sources. This new framework agreement solidifies Wood’s position as a key partner in supporting Shell’s vision for a sustainable energy future.