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In April 2019, WorleyParsons and Jacobs' Energy, Chemicals and Resources division, two global leaders in engineering, technical and professional services, came together as a new brand – Worley. Our customers now have access to a wide network of highly capable people around the world to help them meet the world's changing energy, chemicals and resources needs
Amec Foster Wheeler (www.amecfw.com) designs, delivers and maintains strategic and complex assets for its customers across the global energy and related sectors. Employing around 36,000 people in more than 55 countries, the company operates across the oil and gas industry – from production through to refining, processing and distribution of derivative products – and in the mining, clean energy, power generation, pharma, environment and infrastructure markets. Amec Foster Wheeler offers full life-cycle services to offshore and onshore oil and gas projects (conventional and unconventional, upstream, midstream and downstream) for greenfield, brownfield and asset support projects, plus leading refining technology.
In Japanese "mitsubishi" means "three diamonds" and Mitsubishi Corporation is one of Japan's crown jewels. The "sogo shosha", or trading company, operates through six main business groups: living essentials (agricultural products, food and beverages, textiles, and construction materials); metals; machinery (power generation equipment, electrical systems, automobiles); energy (liquefied natural gas, crude oil); and chemicals (petrochemicals, fertilizers, plastics). Its other main business group is industrial finance, which handles banking, asset management, construction, and logistics. Mitsubishi operates a network of more than 500 group companies in 80 countries.
If you're getting on the subway and an announcer says, "Mind the gap," you're on the London Underground. Better known as the Tube because of the shape of its tunnels, the London Underground is one of the world's busiest subway systems, carrying more than 1 billion passenger a year. The company's trains serve some 270 stations through a network of more than 250 miles of railway. London Underground is a part of government-owned Transport for London, which oversees the city's transportation infrastructure. The company has undertaken a massive renovation program to the Tube, from renewed track and signals to remodeled stations. The 10-year, £30 billion renewal program will increase the Tube's capacity by 30%.