South Africa: clean fuels project

Fluor Corporation has been selected by Shell SA Energy and BP Southern Africa to provide engineering, design, procurement and construction management services for a clean fuels project at their jointly owned SAPREF crude oil refinery in Durban, South Africa. The contract value was not disclosed. The SAPREF LION (Large Increase in Octane Number) project will provide new clean fuels capabilities to meet South African requirements by 1 January 2006. The fuel produced will have a zero-lead and reduced sulphur content. Fluor’s services include project management, basic and detail engineering, procurement, construction management and commissioning of the project. The project will be executed out of Fluor’s offices in Johannesburg, South Africa; Haarlem, the Netherlands; and Gliwice, Poland.

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