Fluor awarded EPCM contract Woodside’s Gas Assets in Australia
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Fluor awarded EPCM contract for Woodside’s Gas Assets in Australia

1:14 PM, 30th June 2011
Fluor awarded EPCM contract for Woodside’s Gas Assets in Australia
Kirk Grimes, President, Global Services Group, Fluor.

 

TEXAS, US: Fluor Corporation announced that it has finalized a major services agreement with Woodside Energy Limited to provide engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services for Woodside’s operating assets. Fluor’s initial contract term is for three years, with the option of three one-year extensions available. The undisclosed value will be booked in the second quarter of 2011.

The contract allows Fluor to perform sustaining capital projects for Woodside’s Production Projects Group. The EPCM scope of services includes all activities that may be undertaken throughout the project life cycle.

“Fluor looks forward to delivering engineering and support services to the rapidly growing liquefied natural gas industry. This opportunity allows us to expand our range of services to Woodside, for whom we are currently providing engineering and design services at the Browse Basin off the coast of Australia,” said Kirk Grimes, President, Global Services Group, Fluor.

Through its Fluor Offshore Solutions unit, Fluor is currently providing front-end engineering and design to Woodside for the Browse LNG Development.

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