Australian contractor Worley has won further project management services contracts for Saudi Arabian giant Aramco with the newly awarded work covering unconventional gas projects both in and out-of-kingdom.

Under these three-year contracts, Worley will provide front-end engineering and design, detailed design support, project management services and construction management services. Services under the contracts, which carry a two-year option, will be performed by Worley’s offices in Al-Khobar in Saudi Arabia, and in Houston.

“We are pleased Aramco has selected Worley for this programme that is key to meeting the kingdom’s growing energy needs. We look forward to continuing our longstanding global relationship with Aramco and supporting its assets’ long-term sustainability goals, while remaining committed to delivering a more sustainable world,” said Worley chief executive Chris Ashton.

Worley has already supported Aramco’s domestic offshore projects including the Zuluf, Safaniyah and Manifa fields for two decades.