Map Awards Delayed Coker Job To Bechtel Project To Build World´s Largest Two-drum Coker In Louisiana

Map Awards Delayed Coker Job To Bechtel Project To Build World´s Largest Two-drum Coker In Louisiana

16 November 1999

Marathon Ashland Petroleum LLC (MAP) has awarded Bechtel Corporation a lump-sum contract for the technology license, design, and construction of a 34,500-barrel-per-day delayed coker at its Garyville refinery in Louisiana. MAP is owned 62 percent by Marathon Oil Company and 38 percent by Ashland Inc.The MAP delayed coker will be the world's largest two-drum coker, with 30-foot-diameter coke drums. Construction is scheduled to be completed in September of 2001.

Robert Dove, Thomas Hash, John Macdonald, Ronald Naventi Elected Senior Vice Presidents Of Bechtel

Robert Dove, Thomas Hash, John Macdonald, Ronald Naventi Elected Senior Vice Presidents Of Bechtel

08 November 1999

Bechtel Corporation announced today that Robert W. Dove, Thomas F. Hash, John A. MacDonald, and Ronald F. Naventi have been elected senior vice presidents.Dove, 45, is a managing director of Bechtel Enterprises Holdings, Inc., a wholly owned Bechtel subsidiary, and has primary responsibility for the unit's corporate finance transactions, telecommunications development business, and portfolio of technology venture investments. He is a director of the telecommunications development company, Incepta, as well as the joint development power companies, InterGen and InterGen North America. In addition, Dove is a director of BCN Data Systems, BOLT, Concrete Media, and Blueline Online, all companies in which Bechtel Enterprises has investments. Dove joined Bechtel Enterprises in May 1996 after an extensive career in investment banking.

Equinix And Bechtel Form Strategic Alliance For Global Buildout Of Equinix Ibx™ Facilities To House

Equinix And Bechtel Form Strategic Alliance For Global Buildout Of Equinix Ibx™ Facilities To House

04 November 1999

Bechtel Corporation is entering into a strategic alliance with EquinixSM, Inc. to carry out the largest expansion of Internet interconnection facilities ever contracted. Under the company's $1.2 billion program, Bechtel will build or expand for Equinix more than 30 facilities around the world over the next four years. Equinix and Bechtel will set forth in the final agreement the specific services to be performed by Bechtel at each IBXâ„¢ (Internet Business Exchangeâ„¢) facility location. The IBX facilities will allow content providers, Internet service providers (ISPs), and specialized Internet service companies to install and operate equipment in strategic locations, easing the problems associated with interconnecting disparate systems, services, and networks.