BASF selects Fluor as engineering partner in Asia & Europe

BASF selects Fluor as engineering partner in Asia & Europe

3:53 PM, 15th July 2011
BASF selects Fluor as engineering partner in Asia & Europe

IRVING, TEXAS: Fluor Corporation said BASF has chosen it as an engineering partner for chemicals and petrochemicals projects across Asia and Europe. BASF has awarded Fluor umbrella services agreements in these regions for undisclosed contract values. The partnering agreements will cover capital investment projects with separate service orders throughout Asia and Europe. Services provided on projects covered by the agreement will include front-end engineering and design (FEED), project management services and/or detailed engineering, procurement and construction management services.

“BASF is a long-standing client of Fluor for which we have performed projects across the globe for decades, most notably with three large-scale projects in China. These new partnering arrangements will allow us to provide our global resource talent pool and value-added solutions for BASF’s growing capital investment needs,” said Peter Oosterveer, President, Energy & Chemicals Group, Fluor.

Fluor’s Haarlem office in the Netherlands will lead efforts for the European partnership agreement and will interface with BASF’s global headquarters. Multiple other Fluor operation centres will also be utilized as necessary for project execution.

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