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Wood granted 1-year engineering contract for Thailand aromatics project

John Wood Group PLC said Oct. 18 that it was awarded a one-year contract by IRPC PCL for its maximum aromatics project in Thailand for an undisclosed amount.

Wood will provide front end engineering design for a paraxylene complex that will be built at an existing IRPC integrated petrochemical complex in the Rayong province in Thailand.

Work will be done by the company's offices in Sriracha, Thailand, and encompasses a series of engineering, construction and procurement services to support IRPC's expansion of its aromatics business.

"We look forward to leveraging our strong customer knowledge and expertise on large-scale FEED projects to support the development of this asset, which will contribute significantly to Thailand's growing energy and petrochemical needs," said Dave Stewart, CEO of Wood's asset solutions business in Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.