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Oil Sands Fluor to Work on Canadian Oil Sand Project

| Editor: Dominik Stephan

Fluor works will provide engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction works for an oil sands mining project of Fort Hills Energy in Canada. The Fort hills project, 90 kilometers north of Fort McMurray, shall be developed as an open pit mine.

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Good news for Fluor's Texan headquarters (picture): The company was selected to work on a Canadian oil sand project.
Good news for Fluor's Texan headquarters (picture): The company was selected to work on a Canadian oil sand project.
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Calgary, Alberta/Canada - Fluor booked the contract for US $ 1.3 billion in the third quarter of 2014. “Fluor looks forward to delivering our integrated engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction solution to this significant project in Canada’s Athabasca oil sands,” said Jim Brittain, president of Fluor’s Energy & Chemicals business for the Americas region. “Fluor will apply our unique modular design and execution approach using our proprietary 3rd Gen Modular ExecutionSM technology. We will fabricate a significant number of components offsite in order to deliver both schedule and capital efficiencies to Fort Hills.”

The Fort Hills project will be developed as an open-pit truck and shovel mine and is planned to yield 180,000 barrels of bitumen per day at full production. First oil is expected as early as the fourth quarter of 2017. The Fort Hills project is owned by Fort Hills Energy, a partnership between Suncor Energy, Total E&P Canada and Teck Resources.

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