Enterprise Framework Agreement Shell

We also buy goods and services on the global market to ensure competitive international interest rates on costs, increasingly through framework agreements. Our approach to selecting primary suppliers for certain goods and services also means that the supplier benefits from large contracts and that we can reduce costs through economies of scale We have been a long-term partner of Shell for many years and we are confident that the renewal of the agreement will further strengthen our market position. The agreement includes cloud-based digital services for the global asset portfolio and capital projects in the anglo-Dutch energy and petrochemical company`s integrated upstream gas and gas activities. As part of this agreement, MRC Global will store and distribute mechanical valves to Shell for its upstream, midstream and downstream maintenance, repair and operating (MRO) facilities. MRC Global will also continue to provide pipes, fittings and bridles for Shell`s U.S. and Canadian operations. Shell Global Solutions rewards Kongsberg Digital Enterprise Framework Agreement for the supply of Kognitwin Energy, a digital twin software. (Image: KONGSBERG) “We look forward to continuing to work with Shell. This agreement promotes new and innovative solutions for project implementation to achieve our common goal of increasing capital efficiency and economic outcomes,” said Gary Mandel, President of Jacobs Petroleum-Chemicals. “We are pleased that Shell continues to rely on MRC to deliver these important products to its operations,” said Andrew Lane, President, President and CEO of MRC.

“Based on reflection forecasts, this 5-year contract represents the largest distribution contract we have with a global customer. By providing a “one-stop” distribution platform for these products, we are helping Shell standardize its PVF hardware needs throughout its global organization. Read the article online at: www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/refining/02082017/jacobs-and-shell-ink-enterprise-framework-agreement/ The agreement includes the delivery of all pipes, fittings, bridles, fittings and other piping components associated with Shell upstream, midstream and downstream for the EMEA region. DALLAS–Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (NYSE:JEC) has signed a global renewal of the Business Framework Agreement (EFA) with Shell Oil Company to provide concept, frontal engineering, detailed design, procurement, project management, construction management and construction services for Shell projects worldwide. The agreement is in line with Shell`s efforts to change the way its projects are implemented by improving capital efficiency and financial efficiency. The Global EFA covers upstream, average and downstream requirements for projects, repairs and operations (MRO) in North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, the Middle East and Africa. The agreement also applies to carbon steels, stainless steel and alloy tubes, fittings and bridles in the United States, as well as stainless steel and alloy tubes, frames and reeds in Canada.

As part of this agreement, Shell expects MRC to be the one-handed supplier for valves and the central distributor for other products to Shell`s divisions in the specified areas. The agreement builds on a long-standing relationship between MRC and Shell in the United States, Europe and Asia, where MRC has been Shell`s leading valve distributor for 15 years. Shell has just signed a company agreement with Kongsberg Digital on twin digital software, which will be used in all investments and capital projects. Kognitwin Energy Software as a Service`s “SaaS” solution provides Shell-Assets with integration, visualization and analytics functions worldwide. The solution is provided by Cognitwin® Dynamic Digital Digital Twin Service`s platform, which will integrate and contextualize real-time sensor data, historical data, technical information and other transaction-related business information through a multitude of data sources, ensuring Shell improves work processes and optimizes installation performance through num

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