Dow Chemical awards Freeport plant expansion contract Fluor

Dow Chemical awards Freeport plant expansion contract to Fluor

5:32 PM, 23rd June 2011
Dow Chemical awards Freeport plant expansion contract to Fluor

 

IRVING, US: Fluor Corporation announced it has been awarded a contract by Dow Chemical Company to provide basic engineering and design services on its propane dehydrogenation (PDH) expansion project in Freeport, Texas. The undisclosed contract value will be booked in the second quarter of 2011.

“We are pleased to have been selected by Dow as their partner for this important expansion project. We are also encouraged to see a renewed focus on growth and expansion in the chemical industry in the United States,” said Peter Oosterveer, President, Energy & Chemicals Group, Fluor.

The basic engineering will be executed in Fluor’s Houston, Texas office with support from its office in Manila, Philippines. Once construction is complete, the facility will produce polymer-grade propylene.

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