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Wood Group To Sell Nuclear Business To Unit Of Jacobs For 250 Mln Stg
Wood PLC Reports H1 Revenue Of $4.79 Bln Vs. $4.92 Bln
Jacobs Engineering To Acquire Wood's Nuclear Business
John Wood Group PLC is a United Kingdom-based energy services company. The Company provides a range of engineering, production support, maintenance management and industrial gas turbine overhaul and repair services to the oil and gas and power generation industries. It operates through two segments: Wood Group Engineering segment, which provides a range of engineering services, such as conceptual studies, engineering, project and construction management, and control system upgrades, to the upstream, subsea and pipeline, downstream, chemical process and industrial, and clean energy sectors, and Wood Group PSN segment, which provides production services to the upstream, midstream, downstream and industrial sectors through brownfield engineering and modifications, production enhancement, operations and maintenance, facility construction and maintenance management, industrial services, training and decommissioning services, and turbine activities.
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Roy Alexander Franklin
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David M. Kemp
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United Arab Emirates' ADNOC Refining said on Thursday it has awarded a Pre-Front End Engineering and Designing (Pre-FEED) contract to John Wood Group for a new refinery in Ruwais.
Oilfield services provider John Wood Group Plc said on Thursday its revenue grew in the first half, as higher oil prices buoyed demand for its equipment and services.
British oilfield services firm Wood Group Plc <WG.L> said on Friday it saw good trading momentum in the first quarter and its integration of Amec Foster Wheeler was ahead of schedule, sending its shares surging as much as 7.3 percent.
Kenya has picked Wood Group Plc <WG.L> to design an estimated $2 billion (1.43 billion pounds) oil pipeline to pump crude from fields in the north of the East African nation to an Indian Ocean port, a senior government official said on Thursday.
Oilfield services company John Wood Group Plc <WG.L>, which bought smaller rival Amec Foster Wheeler last year, on Tuesday forecast a modest growth in core profit for 2018 after reporting an 11.1 percent fall in full-year earnings.
Oilfield services company John Wood Group Plc, which bought smaller rival Amec Foster Wheeler last year, forecast modest growth in core profit for 2018 after reporting an 11.1 percent fall in full-year earnings.
Oilfield services company John Wood Group Plc <WG.L>, which bought smaller rival Amec Foster Wheeler earlier this year, said on Wednesday it expects 2017 core earnings of between $590 million (443 million pounds) and $600 million (450 million pounds).
* JOHN WOOD GROUP PLC SAYS CURRENTLY ESTIMATE THAT 2017 PROFORMA WOOD EBITA FROM CONTINUING BUSINESSES WILL BE IN REGION OF $590 MILLION TO $610 MILLION
* WOOD WINS MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR CONTRACT SUPPORTING GLAXOSMITHKLINE IN GERMANY Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bangalore.email@example.com)
* WOOD HAS TODAY ENTERED INTO AN AGREEMENT TO SELL ITS NORTH AMERICAN NUCLEAR OPERATIONS TO KINECTRICS INC
Britain's competition regulator said on Tuesday it accepted proposals by Amec Foster Wheeler Plc <AMFW.L> to sell almost all of its upstream offshore oil and gas servicing assets relating to its deal with John Wood Group <WG.L>.
Oilfield services company John Wood Group Plc reported an 86.7 percent fall in half-year profit, due to an exceptional charge and as weak oil prices hurt demand for its services.
Oilfield services company John Wood Group Plc reported a 86.7 percent fall in half-year profit, due to an exceptional charge and as weak oil prices hurt demand for its services.
Amec Foster Wheeler Plc's proposal to sell almost all of its upstream offshore oil and gas servicing assets may be adequate for regulatory approval of its merger with John Wood Group Plc, the UK's Competition And Markets Authority (CMA) said.
Amec Foster Wheeler's proposal to sell almost all of its upstream offshore oil and gas servicing assets may be adequate for regulatory approval of its merger with John Wood Group Plc, UK's Competition And Markets Authority (CMA) said on Tuesday.
* Uk's CMA is considering proposals to overcome competition concerns regarding Wood Group’s purchase of Amec Foster Wheeler Further company coverage: (Reporting by Dasha Afanasieva)
British oil services company Amec Foster Wheeler Plc <AMFW.L>, which is being bought by John Wood Group Plc <WG.L>, reported an 8 percent fall in half-year profit, but stronger margins helped to boost its shares.
Britain's market regulator said on Wednesday a takeover of Amec Foster Wheeler <AMFW.L> by oilfield services firm Wood Group <WG.L> could hurt competition.
Britain's market regulator said a takeover of Amec Foster Wheeler by oilfield services firm Wood Group could hurt competition.
Oil services company Amec Foster Wheeler Plc <AMFW.L>, which is being bought by peer John Wood Group Plc <WG.L>, said on Thursday it had decided to retain its European nuclear unit and sell its North American business.
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