Dow, Fluor sign global EPC agreement
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Dow, Fluor sign global EPC agreement

10:24 PM, 8th March 2012
Dow, Fluor sign global EPC agreement
Peter Oosterveer, President, Energy & Chemicals Group, Fluor.

IRVING, US: Fluor Corporation announced that The Dow Chemical Company and Fluor have signed a strategic global engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) and construction management agreement in support of Dow’s global capital projects programme ranging across all Dow products. This three-year agreement has a two-year extension option for up to five years and includes potential new project work spanning across the globe.

Dow currently serves customers in approximately 160 countries and in high growth sectors such as electronics, water, energy, coatings and agriculture. “Our expertise in performing projects in challenging geographies across the world is unmatched, and we’re poised to assist Dow in meeting their new project needs aligned with their business agenda,” said Peter Oosterveer, President, Energy & Chemicals Group, Fluor.

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