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fluorspar

, fluor (US and Canadian), fluorite
a white or colourless mineral sometimes fluorescent and often tinted by impurities, found in veins and as deposits from hot gases. It is used in the manufacture of glass, enamel, and jewellery, and is the chief ore of fluorine. Composition: calcium fluoride. Formula: CaF2. Crystal structure: cubic

fluor

[′flü‚ȯr]
(mineralogy)

FLUOR

On drawings, abbr. for “fluorescent.”
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FLUOR Corporation has announced that it has been awarded a contract by the joint venture comprising Maaden and Alcoa to provide engineering, procurement, and construction management (EPCM) services for the previously announced automotive sheet facility at Ras Al Khair in Saudi Arabia.
Fluor's Greenville, S.C.; Manila, Philippines, and Shanghai operations are performing FEED, detailed design and procurement, with the construction management team located in Xinyu City.
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Fluor plans to book its share of the contract value later this year.
Jim Brittain, president of Fluor's energy and chemicals business, said in a statement the project would be led by Fluor Philippines, following the company's 'successful delivery of the Malampaya Phase 3 project here.
Durante el siglo XX el fluor fue considerado desde un elemento perjudicial para la salud, al principal responsable de la reduccion de la caries en los paises industrializados (1).
(NYSE: SXC), a company that supplies coke to the integrated steel industry, has chosen Fluor Corporation to provide maintenance and capital project services for SunCoke's Domestic Coke facilities.
Despite the low oil price environment posing challenging times for doing business across the entire Middle East resulting in a reduced number of projects, engineering procurement and construction (EPC) major Fluor has been winning contracts and improving its bottom line thanks to its focus on capital efficiency and cost and schedule certainty.