Fluor (NYSE: FLR)
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Fluor Company Info
Fluor Corp. operates as a holding company. The firm engages in the provision of engineering, procurement, construction, fabrication and modularization, operations, maintenance and asset integrity, as well as project management services, on a global basis. It operates through the following segments: Energy & Chemicals, Mining & Industrial, Infrastructure & Power, Diversified Services and Government. The Energy & Chemicals segment focuses on opportunities in the upstream, midstream, downstream, chemical, petrochemical, offshore and onshore oil and gas production, liquefied natural gas and pipeline markets. The Mining & Industrial segment provides design, engineering, procurement, construction and project management services to the mining and metals, transportation, life sciences, advanced manufacturing and technologies sectors. The Infrastructure & Power segment provides design, engineering procurement, construction and project management services to the infrastructure sector. The Diversified Services segment provides asset services, asset integrity services, equipment solutions and staffing services. The Government segment provides engineering, construction, logistics, base and facilities operations and maintenance, contingency response and environmental and nuclear services to the U.S. government and governments abroad. The company was founded by John Simon Flour, Sr. in 1912 and is headquartered in Irving, TX.
News & Analysis
A rise in oil prices helped boost the infrastructure stock.
The construction company backed a start-up, and that company is going public via a blank check company.
Fluor's end markets are reviving, and it sees stronger days ahead.
Investors got excited by a major contract win.
The construction company plans to raise some cash, but investors appear a little worried about the way it's doing it.
The engineering and construction services company disappointed its investors.
The market foresees a turnaround in the construction and engineering company's fortunes.
Those waiting to see an uptick in infrastructure spending could have to wait a little longer.
FLR earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2021.
FLR earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2021.
FLR earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2021.
FLR earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
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