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Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
*3rd quarter EPS 86 cents vs 97 cents expected by Wall Street. Sees 2013 EPS $3.85 to $4.35, short of estimates. The breakdown of the two projects was about two-thirds Peru and a third Australia, Fluor said, and their removal knocked the overall backlog down to $40.8 billion at the end of the third quarter from $43 billion three months before.
Nov 1- Engineering company Fluor Corp reported on Thursday a rise in quarterly profit but said there was a decline in its backlog of work due to mining project cancellations, and gave an outlook for 2013 that was short of analysts' estimates.
*Secures role on U.S. Army Global Logistics Services Program. *Says the financial details of the award were not disclosed. *Source text* Further company coverage ().
*Captures EPC contract for Malampaya deep water gas-to-power project in the. *Says Fluor booked the undisclosed contract value in the third quarter. *Source text* Further company coverage ().
*To build shell's quest carbon capture facility in Canada. *Says booked the undisclosed contract value in the third quarter. *Will provide full epc services for a 1.1 million tonne-per-year carbon capture facility.
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Officials in California fell victim to a mindset that says China is automatically cheaper, says one analyst. “We shot ourselves in the foot,” she says. “We never even took seriously the domestic bid.”
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