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Fugro wins Basrah contract extension

Fugro has announced that the Basrah Gas Company (BGC), which is part of Shell, has extended its contract for provisions of topographic and geotechnical services by three years.

The company first started work for BGC in March last year and has since has provided geotechnical and topographical survey investigation services to support engineering projects for an onshore NGL plant, new pipelines and anticipated expansion of gas compression facilities.

Fugro has two geotechnical rigs and four survey teams working on projects for BGC on a permanent basis, which are supplemented by additional teams as required.

According to Fugro, extension of the contract provides continuity of quality enabling BGC to meet its current and future requirements.

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