Lobo has been awarded a $1 billion contract to provide industrial services for several clients.
The contract, for two years, will see the company employ up to 10,000 people, according to a press release from the state-owned state-run oil and gas company.
The company will have the capacity to employ up,000 workers, it said.
The jobs will be created at a facility that can accommodate more than 10,500 people.
The Lobo Industrial Services Co. will be responsible for overseeing the hiring of skilled and unskilled workers, ensuring the efficiency of the facility, and implementing the industrial strategy, according the press release.
The state-controlled oil and energy company said the jobs will create approximately 100 direct and indirect jobs and 10,700 indirect jobs.
The company said in its announcement that it will invest $1,500,000 in the project, which was approved by the state and regional government, to “support its capacity to create new jobs in the state of Georgia, while ensuring the sustainability of the plant and the environment.”
The news comes just two weeks after Lobo secured a $2.2 billion contract for its industrial services business.
The oil and chemical company said it will bring its services to more than 30,000 companies and their employees in Georgia.