Fluor to Support Development of Ohio Power Plants


By Editors of Power Engineering

Fluor Corporation today announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding with Clean Energy Future, LLC to provide development support for the Trumbull and Oregon Energy Centers gas-fired, combined-cycle power plants in Ohio.

As part of the agreement, Fluor will provide initial permitting and development support services for the projects. After the projects have received all permits and regulatory and financial approvals, Fluor will provide engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning services for both power stations.

Fluor will work with team members Siemens Energy, Siemens Financial Services, and BNP Paribas.  Permitting and project development will occur over the next year, with construction scheduled to begin in early 2018. The projects are currently planned to begin commercial operations in 2020.

The 940-MW Trumbull Energy Center and 955-MW Oregon Energy Center will be located in the Ohio towns of Lordstown and Oregon, respectively.

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