Fluor Corp (FLR) CEO David Seaton on Q4 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

There's somebody that don't win one project that decides that the next project is absolutely critical and strategic, whatever words you'd like to use to describe it, and people are still in the mode right now of some pretty predatory behaviors. Read through some submission tips before you film your video question or People's Panellist audition. I know it's very early on LNG Canada, and you provided a great sort of framework of how we should watch and think about the project.

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December 26, We'll be using a fair amount of our free cash to start up those programs as we go forward in the first half of Scott Mulvahill: Same thing going forward into this year, into Many people take refuge in headphones, but they turn big, public spaces like this, shared soundscapes, into millions of tiny, little personal sound bubbles.

Mountain Man: Manager for Apple records when the Beatles played their final gig on a rooftop in London — and one of the few people who was actually with the band to witness it. I feel really confident that we can continue to grow the organization organically from a resource standpoint, but notwithstanding that, there's going to be tangential things that we're doing in new markets where we may require a shot in the arm in terms of some of the specialty resources and we'll look at that when those things arise.

What we're seeing is some change in behaviors of some of the key customers around the globe where they believe the market is needy, and they're taking advantage of that and trying to pass the risk on to the contracting community. We do have good visibility on projects and backlog today that will deliver significant contributions in and beyond. I guess, I wanted to understand how you guys are thinking about that amount that you need this year in a historical context just given that that's a component of your overall revenue growth that you're expecting this year.

And it wasn't just oil and gas, but that's the one that probably hurt us the most in terms of growth. And I look for improvements in margin to come from there. Let's begin with our full year results on Slide 6. So that's just a little color on kind of how we're looking at Diversified Services, because it's not just Stork.

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And we've been very lucky in part of this because of our challenges in being more disciplined and making sure that we're making decisions that fit Fluor's needs. And finally, our Diversified Services group had a solid year with Stork winning new technical support and operations and maintenance contracts for clients that include Shell, Ecopetrol and Chrysador. Register here. And clearly, TRS, our temporary staffing business, allows us to kind of flatten the peaks, if you will.

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The anticipated margins, I just mentioned, exclude the NuScale expenses. Patty Hill was a kindergarten principal in Louisville, Kentucky , developing various teaching methods at what is now the Little Loomhouse ; [6] her sister Mildred was a pianist and composer. But even without that, we are -- we still started with -- the number still started with a two, and I wouldn't expect anything less as we go through ' Each year in early May, tens of thousands of Warren Buffett disciples come to Omaha for Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting, featuring a marathon 6-hour question-and-answer session with Buffett and his business partner Charlie Munger.

Why did I say that? November 6, So it is a longer-term play than the typical EPC burn on a project, I guess. The next exercise is probably the most important of all of these, if you just take one thing away. How big of an investment in personnel capabilities will be needed to actually get there?