VIDEO: Fluor wins power plant contract for American Electric Power in Oklahoma

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Fluor Corp. won a construction contract from American Electric Power (AEP) to provide environmental retrofit services at the utility company’s Northeastern power station in Oologah, Oklahoma. Fluor booked the contract for an undisclosed value in the third quarter of 2014.

The environmental retrofit project involves adding activated carbon and dry sorbent injection systems for Unit 3 at the plant to control emissions of mercury, sulfur dioxide and acid gasses. Fluor will also install a new pulse jet fabric filter to remove particulates from the emissions of Unit 3.

Fluor will be responsible for the demolition, installation and erection of the above-ground mechanical and structural systems and components, and the work will be performed by Fluor’s direct-hire construction staff. The company will also provide other associated engineering and procurement services.

Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, AEP is one of the largest electric utilities in the U.S. and serves more than 5 million customers in 11 states. The Northeastern power station is operated by AEP’s Public Service Company of Oklahoma.

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