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By Gulf news journal reports
July 18, 2016
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. has landed a three-year contract from Saudi International Petrochemical Company (Sipchem) to deliver services at Sipchem’s Jubail Industrial City facilities in Saudi Arabia.
Jacobs, per the contract agreement, will provide a range of services in the engineering field on an as-needed basis for a variety of projects at Sipchem’s facilities.
“We are proud to receive this contract, which builds on our growing presence in the Jubail Industrial City,” Jacobs Oil and Gas Senior Vice President Bassim Shebaro said. “Our extensive experience in the provision of similar services in Saudi Arabia and our recently established local presence in Al Jubail were key factors in helping us secure this contract.”
As a global leader in providing technical, professional and construction services for industrial, commercial and governmental organizations, Jacobs employs 60,000 people and conducts business in more than 30 countries.
Original article posted on: Gulf News Journal Report
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