Fluor had the lead advisory role in preparing and delivering a liquefied natural gas terminal project. The contract had nine distinct tasks, and liquidated damages were associated with each. The project - highly visible in Lithuania and World, both politically and socially – was undertaken in an effort for the country to become energy independent.
The scope included management of subcontractors for financial planning, pipeline work, marine work, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and risk management. Fluor also performed pre-front-end engineering and design (pre FEED) and FEED and was the project management/construction advisor.