Fluor bags Sasol’s project in South Africa

Fluor bags Sasol’s project in South Africa

4:11 AM, 30th September 2015
Fluor bags Sasol’s project in South Africa

IRVING, US/JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA: Fluor Corporation said that it has signed a three-year agreement with Sasol Group Technology to perform a range of projects as an integrated team at Sasol’s facilities in Secunda and Sasolburg, South Africa.

The primary objective of the agreement is for Fluor and Sasol to collaborate on small and mid-sized oil and gas projects. Fluor will also share its expertise on proprietary engineering and project execution tools and systems with selected Sasol Group Technology employees through on-the-job participation. Projects covered in the agreement range from conceptual studies to full engineering, procurement and construction management.

“With this collaboration agreement our organizations will work jointly to maximize capital efficiency across a broad range of Sasol projects,” said Taco de Haan, president of Fluor’s energy & chemicals - Europe, Africa and Middle East.

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