Worley Awarded with Contracts from Siemens and Alcoa

  • Jun 15, 2020 AEST
  • Team Kalkine

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has awarded Worley Limited (ASX:WOR) a deal for legal inspections and general maintenance of wind-turbine generator cranes and lifts throughout all turbines on the London Array offshore wind farm.

  • The wind farm consists of 175 turbines located over 20 km, off the Kent coast in the UK
  • It produces enough energy to power nearly 470,000 homes, replacing roughly 500,000 tonnes of CO2 annually

Worley has also been awarded a 3-year services contract with Alcoa of Australia Ltd for Alcoa’s integrated mining, refining and smelting operations. Within the contract:

  • Worley shall provide engineering and project delivery services for Alcoa’s site-based sustaining capital program of works
  • Services shall be completed by WOR’s Australian teams in Perth and Geelong, backed by global integrated delivery team


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