August 18, 1999 |
Duke/Fluor Daniel, a partnership of Duke Energy Corp. and Aliso Viejo-based Fluor Daniel Inc., said Tuesday it has been awarded a contract to provide engineering, procurement and construction services for a $180-million power plant in Upton County, Georgia. The plant is expected to be fully operational by June 1, providing electricity to serve the summer peak demand. The contract was awarded by West Georgia Generating Co., L.P., a subsidiary of Sonat Energy Services Co.
April 13, 2001 |
Duke/Fluor Daniel, one of the largest power-plant builders, has won contracts to design and build five power plants in Ohio, Georgia, Arkansas and Arizona. Terms weren't disclosed Thursday. The construction company, a joint venture between Fluor Corp. in Aliso Viejo and Duke Energy Corp. in Charlotte, N.C., got a contract from PSEG Power LLC to design and build a gas-fueled power plant in Waterford Township, Ohio, that will be able to produce 865 megawatts, Duke Energy said.
July 11, 2000 |
DFD California Operations, an affiliate of Duke/Fluor Daniel joint venture, obtained a five-year contract to provide operating plant services for four power plants in California. Financial terms weren't disclosed. Duke/Fluor Daniel, formed in 1989 by Duke Energy Corp. and Fluor Corp. in Aliso Viejo, provides engineering, procurement, construction and operating plant services for fossil-fueled electric power generation facilities.
September 26, 2000 |
Duke/Fluor Daniel, a joint venture of Fluor Corp. in Aliso Viejo and Duke Energy Corp. in Charlotte, N.C., said Monday it has received a contract for engineering and procurement services at a Ridgefield, N.J., power plant. Financial terms of the deal with PSEG Power LLC, a unit of Public Service Enterprise Group, were not disclosed. Duke/Fluor said in a news release that PSEG's new plant is a 500-megawatt, natural gas-fired facility at its Bergen generating station in Ridgefield.
July 10, 2003 |
Fluor Corp. and Duke Energy Corp. said Wednesday that they would dissolve a power-plant construction venture to reduce expenses amid slumping demand for new generators. Aliso Viejo-based Fluor, the largest publicly traded U.S. engineering company, requested the shutdown of Duke/Fluor Daniel, the companies said in a statement. Fluor, which will continue to pursue generator contracts on its own, will eliminate unnecessary costs by disbanding the venture, Chief Executive Alan Boeckmann said.