Fluor to Provide Project Specification and TEOC For a Multi Billion Dollar Liquefaction Plant on Sakhalin Island

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Sept. 28 2000

Fluor Daniel, the engineering and construction unit of Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR), today announced that it has been awarded a contract to provide engineering services for the preparation of a project specification and TEOC documentation (Russian permitting documents) for a 9 million ton liquid natural gas liquefaction (LNG) plant for Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Limited.

Located on the island of Sakhalin, the plant will be the first world-scale LNG plant in the Russian Federation, as well as the first grass-roots plant to use the Shell Double MR process.

Work, executed by a consortium of Fluor Daniel B.V., The Netherlands; Chiyoda Corporation, Japan; and OAO NIPIgaspererabotka, Russia, is to continue through August 2001, officials said.

Sakhalin Energy is a joint venture company, established by Shell, Marathon, Mitsui and Mitsubishi to develop the multi billion Sakhalin II oil and gas production and export project.

Preliminary engineering will define design parameters, identify optimum plant layout and evaluate the impact of Russian design codes and standards for the proposed LNG plant. Following the preliminary engineering, the consortium will continue with the preparation of the project-specification package and TEOC documentation, which will be used by Sakhalin Energy to solicit bids for the detailed engineering, procurement and construction of the facilities.

The preliminary engineering and project specification preparation will represent a contract value of approximately $10 million.

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