Fluor to Provide Project Development Services for North Anna Unit 3

  Fluor to Provide Project Development Services for North Anna Unit 3

Business Wire

IRVING, Texas -- April 25, 2013

Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR), in a consortium with  GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy
(GEH), has been selected by Dominion Virginia Power (NYSE: D) to provide
project development services for its proposed 1,470-megawatt nuclear unit at
its North Anna Power Station in Louisa County, Va. Once Dominion Virginia
Power receives federal permission to proceed, which is expected in 2015, and
decides whether to build the unit, Fluor will perform the construction of the

Project development activities are expected to continue throughout 2013 and
beyond in preparation for release of a full engineering, procurement and
construction contract (EPC) for an Economic Simplified Boiling Water Reactor
(ESBWR) nuclear power plant. Fluor’s Greenville, S.C., operations center will
lead the project development efforts.

About Fluor Corporation

For more than 100 years, Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) has partnered with its
clients to design, build and maintain many of the world's most challenging and
complex capital projects. Through its global network of offices on six
continents, more than 40,000 employees provide comprehensive capabilities and
world-class expertise in the fields of engineering, procurement, construction,
commissioning, fabrication, operations, maintenance and project management.
Today, the company serves a global client base in the energy, chemicals,
government, industrial, infrastructure, operations & maintenance,
manufacturing & life sciences, mining, power and transportation sectors.
Headquartered in Irving, Texas, Fluor ranks 124 on the FORTUNE 500 list and
had revenue of $27.6 billion in 2012. For more information, visit


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