Resource infrastructure for projects



Worley, a global provider of professional project and asset services to the energy, chemicals and resources industries, has a long history of delivering infrastructure solutions for its customers. With a global capability that spans all engineering disciplines, the company  has been helping customers for over 50 years to put the necessary infrastructure in place to support projects across the hydrocarbons, mining, mineral, metals, chemicals, power and infrastructure sectors.

Robert Hull, Vice President for Mining, Minerals & Metals for Africa at Worley, says that parallel to public infrastructure development is the development of infrastructure for facilities such as mines, power plants or chemical plants. Much like urban development, these facilities require infrastructure including roads, water and power supply, and housing and other buildings, for example. Many of Worley’s projects have included extensive infrastructure facilities, such as the Lake Turkana Wind Power Project in Kenya. In Mozambique, Worley provided project management services for the Nacala Rail Corridor project which links the Moatize coal mine with the export port of Nacala in north-east Mozambique.

Contact Robert Hull, Worley, robert.hull@worley.com

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