Australian engineering house Worley today reported full-year net profit of A$252 million (US$181 million) on the back of A$11.2 billion in aggregate revenue helped by the first full year contribution of the ECR business acquired from Jacobs.

About 40% of its revenue came from the chemicals sector, while 45% of revenues were generated from opex-based contracts.

There were no material lumpsum turnkey contracts in its earnings mix.

Up to 49% of its revenue was generated in the Americas, followed by 19% in Europe and 15% in the Middle East and Africa.