(Reuters) - Australian engineering firm WorleyParsons Ltd (WOR.AX) said on Monday it would buy the former upstream oil and gas assets of Britain’s Amec Foster Wheeler Plc AMFW.L for 228 million pounds ($298.22 million), marking its entry into the UK North Sea market. WorleyParsons expects to tap Amec’s maintenance, modifications and operations ..
(Reuters) - Australian engineering firm WorleyParsons Ltd (WOR.AX) said on Monday it would buy the f ..
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