Honeywell Agrees To Provide Technology and System Design for Shell

March 10, 2010
Five-year agreement will help Shell standardize automation and safety systems across global facilities

Honeywell announced that it has signed a five-year agreement to be a Main Automation Contractor (MAC) for Shell.

As a MAC, Honeywell will design automation and safety systems that will help Shell meet its customers’ energy demands. For more than three decades, Honeywell has served as a MAC on hundreds of Shell projects. Currently, Honeywell is working on three of Shell’s largest projects: its new gas to liquids (GTL) plant in Qatar, the Athabasca Oil Sands Project (AOSP) designed to help Shell dramatically increase production in Western Canada’s oil sands, and the expansion of its Port Arthur Refinery.

“Honeywell’s performance in helping us execute these highly complex projects was one  factor in selecting the company for this work,” says Ronaldo Marques, Shell’s Enterprise Group Categories Manager Equipment. “This agreement allows us to provide consistent global delivery of the highest-quality technology with best-in-class strategic support at sites around the world.”

For more information, visit: www.honeywell.com/ps

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