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Worley is a leading global provider of professional project and asset services in the energy, chemicals and resources sectors. We cover the full project life cycle from guiding our customers with pioneering projects to finding...

The role of aluminium in the energy transition

Aluminium’s light weight, corrosion resistance, and recyclability are major assets in becoming a metal of choice in the energy transition.

Thinking small to get big projects right

"A mine that is initially developed with the minimum viable features can be a big success, but it needs different thinking."
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Project delivery in a post-COVID-19 world

Worley sees its ability to adapt as key to the company’s resilience towards a transition into the realities of a post-COVID-19 world.

Changing the landscape of centralised power supply

Renewable energy is changing the landscape of centralised power supply, but optimising its use remains challenging.

Worley appointed by Group Technology as engineering contractor partner

The five-year agreement will see Worley providing engineering, procurement and construction services for Sasol’s capital projects portfolio.

How to transition open-cast mines to underground operations

As open-pit mines reach their economic end of life owners are considering transitioning their open-cast mining operations to underground.
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Transformation beyond B-BBEE level in South Africa

Worley remains at the forefront of local transformation in South Africa, driven by a bona fide intention of creating sustainable change.

Matasis concludes BEE equity transaction with Worley RSA

The two companies will provide transformative solutions to the complex challenges facing southern Africa’s resources, energy and chemicals sectors.

How R&D is shaping the mining sector

Industry experts discuss their current research and development programmes and how new technology will drive their businesses in the future.

A change of mindset will realise the benefits of technology

With the rapid development of new technology and the advent of the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution' data is becoming a hot commodity.