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UGL locks in BP contract extension

CIMIC Group’s UGL has been awarded a contract extension to provide asset management and project-related services for BP. The multi-year contract, which includes engineering and maintenance services, was awarded by Australian Terminal Operations Management (ATOM), a joint venture between UGL and BP. The extension will generate revenue to UGL of $150 million, and include work …
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UGL secures WA oil, gas contract extensions

CIMIC Group’s UGL has won two contract extensions for planning, maintenance and shutdown services in Western Australia. The contract extensions are expected to generate revenue to UGL of $160 million and cover the provision of brownfields implementation services for a leading oil and gas company under a non-binding framework agreement. The contract includes planning and …
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UGL awarded Qld renewable energy hub contract

CIMIC Group’s UGL has secured a contract for the design, construction and installation of a high voltage transmission line from Kidston to Mt Fox in Queensland, and a new 275kV switching station located at Mt Fox. UGL is currently performing early works and mobilisation for the contract with its client, Powerlink, in support of the …
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UGL wins $180m of Australian contracts

UGL has secured new contracts and extensions for maintenance and turnaround services in the Queensland, Western Australian and Victorian oil and gas sectors. Worth a combined $180 million, the contracts include work with Gladstone LNG (GLNG), Esso Australia, BP and Viva Energy. UGL has been awarded a multi-year extension of its maintenance, projects and shutdown …
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UGL secures Gorgon, Wheatstone contracts

UGL has won a number of maintenance, turnarounds and project services contracts for its Western Australian and Victorian clients within the oil and gas sector. The contracts, which are worth around $450 million in revenue to UGL will be executed over a multiple-year period. UGL will deliver mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and access services, including plant …
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