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Massy Wood secures five-year engagement from Shell

PORT OF SPAIN, March 20, 2024 – Trinidadian services player Massy Wood has secured a five-year agreement from Shell Trinidad & Tobago for the delivery of engineering projects and asset support in the country, Massy Wood announced on Tuesday.

Under the framework agreement, Massy Wood will support Shell’s onshore and offshore assets, providing services that include turnaround support for their mature brownfield developments and supporting new greenfield projects.


Steve Nicol, executive president of operations at Wood, said, “This agreement is a strategic achievement for our team in Trinidad, solidifying Massy Wood as the front-runner of asset integrity in the region.”

The development follows Massy Wood’s announcement earlier this month that it had won a contract to provide EPC for the Atlantic LNG project, a liquefaction facility in Trinidad’s Point Fortin with a capacity of 15 million tonnes per year. BP and Shell are partners in the project, each with a 45% interest. State-owned National Gas Company holds the remaining stake.

Shell’s other Trinidad and Tobago interests currently include three concessions with producing fields in the Central Block, North Coast Marine Area and East Coast Marine Area, as well as several exploration blocks in the Columbia Basin.

Read our latest interview with Mala Baliraj, CEO of Massy Wood Group, here.

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