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“Zmieniamy Polski Przemysł”, 3rd February 2009, Warsaw

2 AGENDA Safety Always First Fluor Corporation Fluor Power
Fluor in Poland Fluor’s Power Experience Why Fluor?

3 SAFETY ALWAYS FIRST TCIR rate of 0.40 with 318 million man-hours worked! In 2008 Fluor noted recordable TCIR = 0.33 3

4 Fluor Corporate Headquarters
FLUOR CORPORATION One of the largest publicly owned Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Maintenance companies 2007 revenue: $16.7 billion 3Q2008 revenue: $16.3 billion 2007 new awards: $22.6 billion 3Q2008 new awards: $20.9 billion 2007 backlog: $30.2 billion 3Q2008 backlog: $36.5 billion Over 1,000 projects annually, serving more than 600 Clients in 85 different countries More than 47,000 employees worldwide including 630 in Poland Offices in more than 25 countries Nearly 100 years of experience Fluor Corporate Headquarters Dallas, Texas

5 FLUOR CORPORATION Serving Diversified Industries
POWER Energy & Chemicals Global Services Government Industrial & Infrastructure Chemicals Downstream Upstream LNG IGCC Solid Fueled & Biomass Gas/IGCC (including Wind Farms, Solar Plants) Betterments (CO2, SO2, NOx)‏ Nuclear ‏ Operations & Maintenance Procurement Project Execution Services Sr. VPs Project Management Construction Equipment & Tools Government Projects in USA and rest of the world Environmental & Nuclear UK Nuclear Decommissioning Authority Mining Metals Telecommunication Transport Water Life Sciences Manufacturing Microelectronics Healthcare

6 FLUOR POWER Global Presence – Power Offices Only
Camberley, UK Gas/Solid Fueled/Nuclear/Plant Betterment Madrid / Asturias, Spain Gas Fueled/ Rnewables Haarlem, The Netherlands Gas and IGCC Gliwice, Poland EPC & Workshare Brno, Czech Republic EPC & Workshare Charlotte, NC Gas/Solid Fueled/ Plant Betterment Greenville, SC Solid Fueled/Plant Betterment/Nuclear/ Renewables Shanghai, China Plant Betterment/IGCC / Solid Fueled Aliso Viejo, CA Gas Fueled/IGCC/ Renewables Manila, Philippines Global Execution Center Gas Dallas, TX Corporate Headquaters New Delhi, India Global Execution Center Gas/Coal Houston, TX Gas/Solid Fueled Johannesburg, South Africa Gas/Solid Fueled/Nuclear

7 FLUOR IN POLAND Gliwice Office
The biggest project office in Poland, more than 630 employees Industry experience since 1945 Executing local, regional & international projects Executing EPC & workshare projects Using the same tools and Management & Quality & HSE Systems as other Fluor’s Offices More than 400 3D PDS stations ISO9001 since 1998

Gas Fueled Capabilities EPC industry leader in Gas Fueled Power Plants – 100,000 MW 300 Gas Turbines installed in 160 Power Stations worldwide Power range from 49 MW to 1,789 MW All fuel types: Natural gas, low Btu gas, fuel oil, others Technology: Simple Cycle, Combined Cycle, Combined Heat & Power, IGCC Working with all major Turbine Suppliers: GE, Siemens, Alstom, Mitsubishi, Toshiba, ABB, Sulzer and others Working with HRSG Suppliers including: Nooter Erikson, Aalborg, Deltak, Vogt, NEM

Gas Fueled – Only Projects Since 2002

10 FLUOR’S POWER EXPERIENCE Gas Fueled - Project Highlights
Project: Chuck Lenzie Generating Station Completed date: 2006 Location: Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. Description: Gas Turbine Combined Cycle Power Plant – 1,200 MW AQCS: Fuel Conditioning SCR Fluor Scope: Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Commissioning Gas Turbines: General Electric HRSGs: General Electric The largest air cooled condenser in North America

IGCC Capabilities 30 years experience in industry gasification technology Gasification know-how on both Power Plants and Process Plants All fuel types: Coal, lignite, biomass, petroleum coke, others IGCC technology neutral: ConocoPhilips E-Gas, ECUST, GE, Lurgi, Mitsubishi, Shell, Siemens SFG, Uhde PRENFLO Expertise in supporting technologies: Sulfur recovery, CO2 recovery & compression Fluor has done more than 150 gasification studies and analysis, designed & built more than 20 gasification projects including: Sasol II & Sasol III in South Africa - the largest coal gasification plant in the world processing 100,000 ton coal per day Great Plains Synfuels Plant, North Dakota, U.S. – the largest coal gasification plant in North America with CO2 capture, designed by Fluor

IGCC – Key Projects Highlight

Project: Three-Train Gasification Unit Completed date: 1997 Location: Pernis, The Netherlands Description: Gasification of 1,656 tons/day of residual oil to syngas & Combine Cycle Gas Power Plant AQCS: Sulfur removal Fluor Scope: Engineering, Procurement, Construction Managment Technology: Shell Part of syngas used to produce 285 tons/day of hydrogen Rest of syngas used for combined cycle power generation Gas Turbines: General Electric

Coal Fueled Capabilities In the last 10 years designed & built more coal fired plants than any other EPC company in Power business Power from 65 MW to 1,760 MW Technology: Subcrititcal, Supercritical, Ultra Supercritical, Circulating Fluidized Bed All major fuel types: Coal, pulverized coal, lignite, biomass, others Working with all major Steam Turbine Suppliers: GE, Siemens, Alstom, Mitsubishi, Toshiba, ABB, Sulzer and others Efficiently reducing the schedule and capital costs utilizing available reference plant designs: 2x65MW, 181MW, 250MW, 400MW, 2x615MW, 2x750MW, 2x800MW

15 FLUOR’S POWER EXPERIENCE Coal Fueled – Reference Short List

16 FLUOR’S POWER EXPERIENCE Coal Fueled – Projects Highlight
Project: TXU Oak Grove Project Ongoing, target completion date: June 2010 Location: Robertson County, Texas Description: Supercritical Pulverized Coal Fired Power Plant – 1,634 MW AQCS: Baghouse, Wet FGD, SCR, Mercury Control using Activated Carbon Injection Fluor Scope: Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Commissioning 80% cleaner than average in U.S. 2500 craft at peak Steam Turbines: GE Boilers: Alstom, Babcock & Wilcox

Betterments & Renewables Capabilities To comply with environmental legislation To increase efficiency of existing units Flue Gas Desulphurization – 43 units; 19,665 MW Removal of SO2 Selective Catalytic Reduction – 28 units; 16,081 MW Removal of NOx Electrostatic Precipitator/Fabric Filters – 42 units; 25,882 MW Removal of dust Mercury Control System – 12 units; 7,241 MW Renewables: Wind Farms, Solar, Biomass

Betterments – Only Projects Since 2002

19 FLUOR’S POWER EXPERIENCE Betterments – Projects Highlight
Project: SSE SCRs at Fieddler’s Ferry and Ferrybridge Completed date: October 2008 Location: United Kingdom Description: To achieve compliance with the LCP, IPPC AQCS: 6 SCRs on 6x500MW coal fired units Fluor Scope: Feasibility Study The only technology neutral offer made Fluor successful to win the next stage FEED 3D PDS models on Feasibility Study stage

20 FLUOR’S POWER EXPERIENCE Renewables – Projects Highlight
Project: Greater Gabbard Offshore Wind Farm Ongoing Location: Cost of Suffolk, UK Description: 500 MW Wind Farm 140 wind turbines 3.6MW each Associated infrastructure including met masts and offshore transformers Wind Turbines by Siemens Fluor Scope: Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Commissioning Once constructed it will be the world’s largest offshore wind farm project 147 square kilometres

Betterments - CCS Capabilities Fluor owns CO2 Capture Technology - Econamine FG PlusSM 37 CO2 Capture Units built based on this technology More than 20 years of proven operating experience Econamine FG PlusSM works well in difficult environments like boiler stack and gas turbine flue gas streams Fluor has experience with following captured CO2 treatment: utilization within chemical plant, compressing and liquefying, transporting, Enhanced Oil Recovery, purifying for food industry Fluor has designed and constructed almost 2000 km of CO2 transport pipelines including infrastructure – pump stations, meter stations, injection points Fluor is executing feasibility study for CO2 storage to the reservoir under the see bed for Confidential Client in the U.S.

22 FLUOR’S POWER EXPERIENCE CO2 Capture & Transport – Projects Highlight
Wyoming to Dakota CO2 Pipeline Project, U.S. Scope EPC, Ongoing but Phase 1 completed km CO2 pipelines 16-inch & 20-inch with 9 pump and 13 meter stations. Phase 1 completed: 170 km CO2 pipelines, 1 pump and 3 meter stations. CO2 Removal from Flue Gas Bellingham, Massachusetts, U.S. Scope EPC, Status: Completed in CHP Plant with CO2 capture capacity of 350 ton/day. Captured CO2 is compressed, purified and liquefied to be sold to the food industry E.ON Energie AG CCS Pilot Plant, Wilhelmshaven, Germany Scope EPC, Status: Ongoing CO2 capture capacity of 70 ton/day on existing 474 MW Coal Power Plant. CO2 will be compressed and liquefied for transport. Gassnova CO2 Capture at Karsto, Norway Scope FEED, Status: Ongoing CO2 capture capacity of 3,000 ton/day on existing 420 MW Gas Power Plant. Once built it will be the largest CO2 capture facility in the world on gas plant.

Nuclear Energy Capability Fluor’s nuclear diverse experience begun in 1940s Designed 3 Nuclear Power Plants Constructed 10 Nuclear Power Plants, and supported construction of 10 others From 1977 focused on modifications and maintenance (90million hours) In 1990s expanded services for decommissioning and environmental cleanup Fluor has performed about $1 billion annually in nuclear facility decommissioning over the past 10 years Since 2007, again all licences in place and full EPC capabilities focusing on new builds and modifications Experience with PWR and BWR reactor technologies 2,750 personnel with nuclear experience

Nuclear Energy – Current Projects Highlight South Texas Project, Bay City, Texas, U.S. Engineering, Procurement, Consturction and Commissioning 2 new Advanced Boiling Water Reactors (ABWRs) Total capacity of 2,700MW Toshiba will provide reactors 6,000 craft planned on site First 2 new units built in U.S. for more than 2 decades Oconee Nuclear Station, Lake Keowee, South Carolina, U.S. Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning Major capital modifications Installing tornado barriers, replacement of 1,5 MW pump (nuclear safety item) with all associated piping, new reinforced concrete building to house emergency switchgear and about 80 km of wiring Construction started in June 2008 Currently 55 craft on site; 300 planned in peak

25 WHY FLUOR? Executing of all type of Power Plants worldwide
Financial stability ‏Sourcing material globally Strategic Relationship Agreements (SRAs) Linking global engineering resources Meeting compressed schedule Having excellent safety records, unmatched by competition European Power Market is changing – EPC Contractors have larger role on projects Number #1 in Fortune Magazine’s “EPC Category” of America’s largest corporations

Thank You Dariusz Kiełtyka


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