Fluor // 2023 Integrated Report

20 Fluor Corporation PROFILE Client: LNG Canada, a joint venture between Shell, Petronas, PetroChina, Mitsubishi Corporation and Korea Gas Corporation Location: Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada Type of Project: Liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal Duration: Mobilized to site in October 2018 with target completion in mid 2025 Scope of Work: Engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction and commissioning (EPFCC) services for Phase I Fluor, along with our joint venture partner JGC Corporation, is delivering EPFCC services for the LNG Canada project. It is Fluor’s largest lump-sum project, as well as the largest Energy Solutions self-perform construction project. Upon completion, this facility will help meet the world’s rising energy demand and displace carbon-intensive forms of energy such as coal. The facility encompasses two LNG processing trains, each with an LNG production capacity of 7 million tons per year, as well as a natural gas receiving facility, marine terminal, LNG loading lines, tugboat dock, storage tanks, railyard, water treatment facility and flare stacks. The project workforce peaked at 8,200. The construction process is unique due to the utilization of a cost-effective modular approach. Large and complex modules were assembled by several existing local and international fabrication yards and transported to site, minimizing construction congestion and disruptions in the community. In total, 215 modules were built and transported to the site, with the final module from Zhuhai, China received at the site in July 2023. As an EPFCC greenfield project, covering 400 hectares of land in the Kitimat industrial area, the facility’s design had to meet some of the strictest regulatory standards in the world for safety, sustainability and environmental protection. In consultation with First Nations, work activities were planned to minimize potential impacts to the environment. Utilizing advanced work packaging, Fluor also achieved our goal of a safer project site. In parallel, we decreased risk and improved productivity to ensure cost and schedule predictability. “We are proud to build Canada’s first large LNG export facility, which will support global energy security for years to come.” JIM BREUER Group President, Energy Solutions Members of the LNG Canada team // Kitimat, B.C., Canada LNG CANADA EXPORT FACILITY ENERGY SOLUTIONS PROJECT SPOTLIGHT