Fluor, Yara extend global framework agreement

Fluor, Yara extend global framework agreement

10:41 AM, 15th March 2017
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IRVING, US/ BERGEN OP ZOOM, NETHERLANDS: Fluor Corporation said that its global alliance framework agreement with Yara Belgium SA has been extended by three years and expanded to provide engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services to support Yara’s global operations.

Yara Belgium is Europe’s largest producer of ammonia and nitrate fertiliser.

The agreement covers a diverse range of projects from front-end engineering design to detailed engineering, procurement and construction management as part of a program management scope and will be managed through Fluor’s Bergen Op Zoom office in the Netherlands and Yara’s project office in Brussels, Belgium.

Yara delivers responsible solutions for sustainable agriculture to 20 million farmers worldwide while protecting the environment. In 2015, Yara helped its customers reduce 1.4 million tonnes of nitrogen oxide emissions.

 “Fluor has been working with Yara since 2012 and we are delighted that our relationship has been extended and expanded to support Yara’s activities around the globe,” said Al Collins, president of Fluor’s energy & chemicals business in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

“Fluor’s integrated team will leverage our extensive industry knowledge, utilising the latest techniques and technologies, to reduce costs and allow for the safe and efficient operation of Yara’s plants,” added Collins.

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