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Fluor completes sweet gas plants in Canada

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Fluor Corp. has announced that mechanical completion has been achieved on the Sunrise 04-26, Tower 03-07 and Saturn 15-27 sweet gas plants for the Cutbank Ridge Partnership (CRP) programme in Dawson Creek, British Columbia (B.C.), Canada.

The CRP program encompasses the Sunrise 04-26, Tower 03-07 and Saturn 15-27 plants. Fluor has been involved since the programme’s initial phases and provided engineering, procurement and construction management services for the CRP program.

Mark Fields, President of Fluor’s Energy & Chemicals business in the Americas, said: “By leveraging the synergies gained from executing three projects simultaneously, the team designed standardised modules, used automation tools and sourced from global suppliers to drive cost and schedule benefits to the programme […] The accelerated schedules were achieved through a culture of innovation, collaboration and transparency by Fluor, the client and the contractors.”

Construction of the facilities was completed safely, ahead of schedule and approximately 10% under budget.

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