February 2, 1999 |
Duke/Fluor Daniel, a partnership of Duke Energy Corp. and Irvine-based Fluor Corp., won a contract from Duke to design and build a power plant in Maine that will sell power to utilities and other large energy customers. Terms of the contract weren't disclosed. The 520-megawatt, natural gas-fueled plant will produce enough power to light 520,000 homes. It is expected to be running by mid-2000, at a total cost of $221 million.
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.
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 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.
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.