Maaden picks Fluor, Bechtel for new phosphate plant
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Maaden picks Fluor, Bechtel for new phosphate plant

Maaden picks Fluor, Bechtel for new phosphate plant

Saudi Arabian Mining Co (Maaden) has signed contracts worth SR977m ($260m) with US firms Fluor Corp and Bechtel to help develop a new phosphate project in the country's north, Reuters has reported. Under one contract, worth SR745m, Fluor Arabia will provide engineering consultancy services and manage the construction of a new phosphate project for Maaden, called Umm Wual in Waad Al-Shimal City for Mining Industries, Maaden said. The Saudi mining firm also signed two other contracts worth SR232m with Bechtel Arabia to monitor and manage the project to develop the city, as well as preliminary designs of the infrastructure of the Waad Al-Shimal city.

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