Fluor to provide services to Shell's Mideast downstream projects
- Middle East: Saturday, November 03 - 2012 at 02:57
Fluor Corp has been signed a 5-year enterprise framework agreement with Royal Dutch Shell for engineering and project management services for the oil major's downstream, and potentially, upstream onshore projects in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. According to the deal, Fluor is to provide design, project and construction management, home-office and site-based engineering services. The agreement includes an option to be extended for another five years and opportunities to include Shell's upstream projects and other geographic regions.
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