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Fluor chief sees opportunities in shale-gas boom

December 24, 2012 | —Natasha Alperowicz

Seaton: Shale boom may challenge fabrication capacity. The engineering and construction (E&C) industry will see an upsurge in work, particularly in the United States, where about $140 billion of investment is planned in monetizing shale gas. Fluor, one of the largest and oldest E&C firms—it celebrates its 100th anniversary this year—is well positioned to benefit. David Seaton, chairman and CEO, told CW in an exclusive interview recently that Fluor is involved in many projects, which are in the early stages of implementation, on the US Gulf...

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