Kazakhstan: Front-End Engineering in the Caspian Region Fluor Selected as Engineering Services Provider by NCOC

Editor: Alexander Stark

Fluor announced that it was awarded a two-year engineering services framework agreement with North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC) for conceptual studies and front-end engineering for its projects in the Caspian region.

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Fluor's Atyrau office in Kazakhstan.
Fluor's Atyrau office in Kazakhstan.
(Source: Business Wire)

Irving/USA — Engineering teams from company’s offices in Atyrau, Kazakhstan and Farnborough, UK will undertake the studies. NCOC operates oil and gas activities under the North Caspian Sea Production Sharing Agreement, including Kashagan, one of the world’s largest offshore oil fields located in the Kazakhstan zone of the Caspian Sea, as well as the Kalamkas, Aktoty and Kairan fields in Kazakhstan. Fluor began working in Kazakhstan in 1982. Since then, the company has executed ongoing work in projects ranging from conceptual studies and front-end engineering design to mega undertakings.

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